Listen: The Show Mustn’t Always Go On with Trey Merritt of Elite Multimedia


Trey Merritt, a rigging expert and safety guru in charge of the important task of keeping concerts, venues, and events safe for everyone, came on today’s episode, to discuss the importance of safety on the stage. In Merritt’s eyes, the show mustn’t always go on if it means the audience or performers will be unsafe in the process. Merritt discusses the Indiana Stage Collapse, how it affected his field, as well as how businesses have adopted new safety measures for their venues.

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