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Twenty One Pilots ‘Scaled and Icy’ Livestream: By-The-Numbers

Check out our by-the-numbers below (figures provided by 21P management):

Number of production and support staff involved in the production: 150

Number of people hours from the first Zoom call in July 2020 until showtime: 50,000+

Square feet of floor space taken up by the show’s set on the floor of the arena: almost 30,000

Height of “Mulberry Street” set: 40 x 40; the facade based on the street in New York’s Little Italy where the band had dinner before they signed their record deal in 2012 was assembled in Nashville and shipped to Columbus in 25 pieces for the brick portions and another 50 for the support structure. It was shipped in six trucks and built over four days in the arena by a team led by production manager Rodney Johnson

Height of projection wall with additional street facade: 60 x 50

Total days in the Schott for set-up, rehearsal and show: 13

Cameras used on the shoot: 12

Costume changes, according to stylist/wardrobe director Laura Proepper and wardrobe assistant Colleen Naughton: 68

Number of dancers: 9

Rehearsal hours: 130+

Sessions on livestream experience page since April 7: 3.6 million (as of 1 p.m. on Thursday); that includes 3.48 million hours of watch time and log-ins from 202 international territories on one million unique devices, with more than half of the visits (56%) coming from outside the U.S.