It took some time to get used to how at bigger outdoor festivals they tend to put way more importance on how things are presented throughout the day (compared to most indoor night-time events).

You have to use the correct logo / featured artist animation / in-house advertisement at the right time. Taking into account the individual demands of all supervising players involved.

In a way, this means that an outdoor event spread over multiple days becomes more of a 'video operating' gig, compared to the more organic nature of indoor all-nighters.

More 'video operating' means less effort. More VJing means less bullshit.

Basically, you're trading in sweats for tears. :'-)