Bar Rescue uses Blizzard Lighting again, this time in Hookah Bar!

May 12, 2014 by Mobile Beat

Torrent Xray, RokBox, and PixelStorm 240 LED fixtures used in Spike TV’s Bar Rescue Episode

Waukesha, WI. – For the second time in recent months, Blizzard Lighting products were brought into action and installed on the scene of a new episode of Spike TV’s Bar Rescue. Bar Rescue: Episode 332: “I Smell A Rat”, first aired Sunday 4/27/2014.

Products that were installed to help transform “The Oasis”, a failing hookah bar in Omaha, NE into a successful Moroccan themed night club included Blizzard Lighting’s Torrent Xray™ moving head fixtures, RokBox™ LED par fixtures, and PixelStorm 240™ LED wash fixtures.

Episode Synopsis: Profits are going up in smoke due to the overwhelming odors and frat house behavior at this hookah bar.

Bar Rescue is an American reality series that premiered on Spike TV on July 17, 2011. It stars Jon Taffer (a long-time food & beverage industry consultant specializing in nightclubs and pubs), who offers his professional expertise—at no charge—to desperately failing bars in order to save them from closing.

Episode highlights of “Bar Rescue: I Smell A Rat ” are currently available for viewing on, and the full episode will be available 30 days after the original episode premiere, indefinitely.

Descriptions of the Blizzard Lighting products used in the show are:

The Torrent Xray™: 5 pixel moving head fixture that features 5x CREE® XLamp MC-E 4-in-1 10W RGBW LEDs with beam color splitting effects and an incredibly sharp 2 degree beam angle. Retail: $ 1,499.99.

RokBox™ RGBW & RGBA: 18x 10-watt 4-in-1 LEDs with amazing color mixing abilities, 3/4/5/8 or 9 DMX channel modes, 31 built-in programs, & ultra smooth flicker-free 32-bit dimming. Retail: $499.99.

PixelStorm 240™: 1-meter color/pixel bar fitted with 240 ultra-bright R/G/B 10mm LEDs (96 Red, 72 Green, and 72 Blue). It’s a powerful wash fixture with an impressive selection of eye-catching pixel effects. Retail: $ 279.99.

And of course, all these products are backed by Blizzard’s 2-year warranty.

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Blizzard Lighting, LLC, headquartered in Waukesha, WI., is a leader in LED entertainment lighting, with products like its well-known Puck® series in use throughout the US and world.

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