MAP32 Mobile Stage

32 ft x 32 ft. roof with a 32 ft. x 24 ft. stage deck.

MAP32 Mobile Stage NEW!

MAP32 mobile stage is a one-of a kind – A lightweight heavy-duty mobile stage that can be easily towed by a pickup truck and operated by a hand held wireless remote control.

Features

Features of the MAP32

Enclosed stage trailer. The stage trailer is fully enclosed for safe equipment storage Security panels The security panels convert to 4 ft. x 8 ft. decks Roof operation The stage roof is operated by wireless remote control Canopy adjustment The canopy can be adjusted up to 10 degrees in either direction
Security system panels convert to four (4) removable 4’x8’ decks
Stage features Features of the MAP32

32 ft. x 24 ft. mobile stage deck

32 ft. x 32 ft. mobile stage roof

Clean looking four post canopy lift

2,500 lb. capacity on each of the 4 fly bays

17,500 lb. total roof structure load bearing

Canopy adjustments The canopy is tilted 10 degrees downstage Canopy adjustments The canopy is tilted 10 degrees upstage
Canopy tilts 10 degrees in either direction
Wireless remote The roof system is controlled by wireless remote
Wireless Remote Control

Controls 4-way independent hydraulically powered screw/chain lift roof system

MORE STAGING FEATURES:

  • • Hydraulic leveling
  • • Outrigger stabilizer floor supports
  • • Easily removable power unit
  • • Floor hinge system does not require hinge filler panels
  • • Attach decks anywhere along the mobile stage perimeter
  • • Five (5) transverse canopy trusses w/standard 2” round tube construction
  • • Stage reversibility
  • • Canopy support columns
  • • Adjustable Stairs
  • • Guardrails
  • • Quick release wind wall system
  • • Windwalls
  • • Skirts
  • • Standing height installation of sound & lighting equipment
  • • Fully enclosed trailer for safe equipment storage
  • • Locked equipment compartments/fenders
  • • Work lights overhead and under the mobile stage floor
  • • Powered gooseneck that completely folds to the ground

Specifications

MAP32 Specifications

TRAILER

Length 36 ft. (10.97 m)
Width 8 ft. 6 in. (2.59 m)
Height 13 ft. 4 in. (4.06 m)
Weight 16,560 lbs. (7,512 kg)
Axles Three – 8000 lb. (3,629 kg) Torsion Axles
Electric Brakes All wheels
Storage Compartments Two – 7’8” x 13’’ x 2’ (2.34 m x .33 m x .61 m)
Equipment Space 30 ft. x 8 ft. x 5.5 ft. (9.14 m x 2.44 m x 1.65 m)
Equipment Capacity 5,940 lbs. (2,694 kg)

STAGE FLOOR

Length and Depth 32 ft. x 24 ft. (9.75 m x 7.32 m)
Stage height (from ground) 60” to 78” (1.52 m x 1.98 m)
Surface .030 in. (.76 mm) polypropylene laminate on ¾ in (19.05 mm) plywood over aluminum structure
Design live load 100 lb./ft² (490 kg/m²)

ROOF

Length and Depth 31 ft. 9 in. x 32 ft. 9 in. (9.68 m x 9.98 m)
Clearance 19 ft. 11 in. (6.07 m) – stage left & right
20 ft. 11 in. (6.38 m) – center stage
22 ft. 2 in. (6.76 m) at 10% incline
Type of Surface Aluminum laminated honeycomb panels
Speaker fly bays 2500 lbs. (1,134 kg) capacity per fly bay
Total roof structure load bearing 17,500 lbs. (7,938 kg)
Lifting capacity 7,500 lbs. (3,402 kg)
Lift mechanism Wireless remote controlled 4-way independent hydraulic powered screw/chain lift
Tilt Roof tilts 10 degrees front and rear
5 Transverse Trusses (Central (3) Downstage & Upstage) Standard 2 in. (.05 m) round tube construction
Truss rigging 50 lb. /lin. ft. (74.4 kg/m)

MODE OF TRANSPORTATION

One ton dually pickup truck

QUICK-RELEASE WINDWALL SYSTEM

6 point cable release

4 SIDE SPEAKER RIGGING BEAMS

Reversible Slide Out Steel Beams

Specifications are subject to change.

Options

MAP32 Options

Monitor World/Guitar Land
(8 ft. x 16 ft. shown)
Vinyl Windwalls, available with roll up doors
Adjustable Stairs

Banner Options

Banner Package
(includes banner hardware and banners)
Backdrop Banner
MAP32 Options

MORE STAGING OPTIONS:

  • •   4′x8′ and 4′x4′ mobile stage decks
  • •   Mesh windwalls
  • •   Roof high anemometer
  • •   Electric auxiliary hydraulic system

Safety

MAP32 Regulatory Compliances:

  • IBC 2009 – International Building Code
  • ASCE 7-05 – Minimum Design Loads for Buildings and Other Structures
  • ASCE 37-02 – Design Loads on Structures During Construction
  • ESTA E1.21-2006 – Entertainment Technology Temporary Ground-supported Overhead Structures Used to Cover the Stage Areas and Support Equipment in the Production of Outdoor Entertainment Events
  • OSHA 1910 – General Industry Standards
  • SAE J2638 – Society of Automotive Engineers
  • NATM – Annual Compliance Review
  • DOT – Department of Transportation
  • NHTSA – National Highway Traffic & Safety Administration

Event Photos

MAP32 Event Photos

Pricing


Prices are quoted based on your requirements.
Please write or call us (toll-free) at 1-866-988-5550
 

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As a performer and/or emcee, I’ve been on countless numbers of stages going back to 1970. As a show producer I’ve used smaller stages, like the MAP24 and the SL100. As a member of the production staff and crew, I’ve been on stages as large as the SL550. In every single case, the Marshall Austin MAP32 kills. The design was thought up by someone with experience playing on and/or doing production on a stage. As someone standing in the audience with an eye on visual aesthetics this stage sets a standard the others can really only aspire to. It is a truly magnificent visual presence.

We just used the MAP32 at the 2011 Carbon Valley Music Festival (Dacono, CO). My client (the city of Dacono), the several thousand fans in attendance and each and every single musician and crew member who participated was absolutely blown away. Nothing but complete praise … oh, and the two man crew, consisting of “Senior” (age 72) and Greg (age about 30 something, I’m guessing) had no problem putting the stage up, taking it down, and driving it off on a 1 ton dually. I rebooked it for next year on the spot. Best value for the dollar you can imagine if you want a stage presence that really impresses everyone.

Chris K. Rocky Mountain Music Network

The new MAP32 stage was the “crown jewel” of the 2009 Parker Days Festival, an annual community festival in Colorado that regularly attracts in access of 100,000 attendees. All festival management and volunteers could not get over what a physically beautiful addition the stage was to their beloved festival.

The MAP32, like its little brother – the MAP24 – are destined to re-set the bar and the standard for what a mobile stage should be. Good luck to the competition after seeing this beauty!

Patrick Emerine, Phantom Productions

Swallow Hill Music produces over 200 concerts per year and our summer season happens mostly outdoors. We can rely on Marshall Austin’s MAP 32 mobile stage for our big events. It’s big enough to host a big band, high enough for excellent visibility for thousands of patrons, flexible enough to be set up quickly, and versatile enough to be pulled into the venue by a one ton pickup truck. I’d have to say, of the many stages we’ve utilized, The MAP32 is the most attractive and the easiest to use.

Tom Scharf, CEO, Swallow Hill Music.

The MAP32 stage is amazing!

Scott Ensminger, Nationwide Youth Roundup

We at Jacobs Audio, Love using the MAP32 stage. We can hang a ton and this mobile stage is pretty too.

Chris Jacobs, Owner of Jacobs Audio

We utilized the Marshall Austin MAP32 at the 2010 Greeley Stampede and look forward to its return in 2011. The MAP32 is an engineering marvel and an attraction by itself!

Bill Ogg, Executive Director Greeley Stampede

I’ve seen them all go up, but there is nothing like the MAP32

Ryan Knutson Owner, Brown Note Productions

Awesome stage

Kris Allen American Idol Winner

I loved the new MAP32 stage, plenty of room, monitor world was great! And the stage wings gave us just the extra room we needed.

Shane Houts, Pro Audio Sound

Your MAP32 stage is a great showcase for our performers!

Pam Bricker, Greeley Blues Jam

Love the MAP32 mobile stage

Charlie Tualatai, NC Entertainment Group Nashville TN

I have always had great success using Marshall Austin mobile stages. Their latest edition, the MAP32 mobile stage, knocked my socks off!It’s absolutely the best designed and best looking concert stage on the market. Hats off to you Marshall Austin, you’ve hit another one out of the park.

Robert Potrykus, Red Stag Productions, LLC