Veneno

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Veneno is a production company based in Los Angeles, CA founded in 2000 by producer/director Dago Gonzalez and specializing in concert video design, music videos, and EPKs.

Veneno’s primary work continues to be the creation of original live-action and graphic animation video content for concert tours. These include traditional ‘backplate’ videos that play on screens behind and surrounding the artist while he or she performs, as well as introductory and interstitial music videos that play as stand-alone pieces on stage.

Exciting original video content continues to be expected more and more from artists on tour and Veneno has been growing in reputation ever since its work for Madonna on her Drowned World Tour, which marked her return to touring after an eight-year hiatus.

With longstanding relationships with artists like Madonna, Spice Girls, and Britney Spears, Veneno has solidified itself as a premier company for the creation of original live-action and graphic animation video content for A-List artists on tour.

Selected Tours[edit]

Year Artist Tour
2012 Madonna MDNA Tour
2009 Britney Spears The Circus Starring Britney Spears
2008 Madonna Sticky & Sweet Tour
2008 Céline Dion Taking Chances Tour
2007-2008 The Spice Girls The Return of the Spice Girls
2007 Jennifer Lopez/Marc Anthony Vivo En Concierto
2007 Ricky Martin Black & White World Tour
2006 Christina Aguilera Back to Basics Tour
2006 Rain Rain's Coming Tour
2006 Madonna Confessions Tour
2005 Ricky Martin One Night Only Tour
2005 Paulina Rubio Pau-Latina Tour
2004 Christina Aguilera Stripped Tour
2004 Madonna Re-Invention World Tour
2003 Bette Midler Kiss My Brass Tour
2003 Pink Try This Tour
2001 Usher 8701 Tour
2001 Madonna Drowned World Tour
2000 Britney Spears Oops!... I Did It Again World Tour
1999 Ricky Martin Livin' la Vida Loca Tour

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