About Operation Glow

Give Life Color

FIRST STARTED

2012
 2012 - First Operation Glow Show

2012 - First Operation Glow Show

Operation Glow (OG) started in 2012 by Clik Entertainment, LLC was the first mobile paint party package (Paint Splash) in the United States. Its mission was simple, to give colleges and festivals an experience they will remember forever. OG promised to maintain the integrity of 3 points and still stands by them today. They are: to be safe for each attendee and location, to be the most extreme show one can attend, and to have attendees raving for more. In 2014, OG expanded drastically across the United States. By 2015, OG introduced Glow in Foam, a successor of Paint Splash, to a number of colleges and cities. Through the constant success, OG developed Color Storm, a less intense event that used glow powder. Today, OG continues to operate in all areas of the United States with premium glow concerts containing intense visuals, powerful sound, EDM DJs, and so much more.

OG Headquarters

Chicago, IL – Travel Nationally Year-Round

We Create Awesome Concerts

Highlights of an Operation Glow Event

The Main Effect

Whether it is UV Paint, UV Powder, or a UV Foam show, the effect makes the night unique and is guaranteed to pack an audience.

Lighting & Visuals

OG uses high-end state of the art lighting equipment including: moving heads, video systems, Class IV lasers, and so much more.

Special FX

Depending on the Host’s choice of event, OG can provide: sparks, confetti cannons, glow bubbles, balloon drops, fog atmospherics, and so much more.

Music & DJ

OG brings in Chicago Club DJs for every event. In some cases, OG works with well-known artists if the Host is up for it!

High Definition Audio

OG only carries HD tour-grade sound. All events are tiered to have at-least 50W of sound per person for maximum receptiveness.

Structures & Trussing

As any large setup needs, OG is able to provide the stage platforms, steel barriers, mojo barriers, and all trussing structures for sound and lighting.