04 December 2023

Leading drone display business Celestial appoints Boldspace as global agency 

Nicole O'Neill

Celestial, one of the world’s leading drone art display show companies, has appointed brand value agency Boldspace as its global PR agency to promote its immersive experiences and innovative installations.

Celestial is known internationally for delivering super-premium drone shows for some of the biggest brands in the world, including Amazon Prime, Puma and Greenpeace. The company has also delivered work for some of the highest profile shows in the world including the Eurovision Song Contest, London New Year’s Eve and Secret Garden Party. 

Founded in 2020 on strong ethical values to balance people, planet and profit, the company strongly believes that drone art has enormous potential as a force for good in the world. As well as bringing the ‘stars to life’ through show-stopping digital art and LED technology, Celestial offers a safe and carbon-neutral alternative to traditional fireworks.

Boldspace is fast establishing its credentials within the entertainment sector and capabilities as an international agency, with a global scope of work for Celestial that will be activated by teams working in the UK, US, and Lisbon, led by Boldspace’s Head of Consumer, Lou Kelly. 

Commenting on the partnership, Lou Kelly said: “As a PR team we are regularly exploring the use of drone shows to help tell stories for our clients so we are hugely excited to have this technology at our fingertips. Our goal is to help position Celestial as the brand leader in creative entertainment solutions to global challenges – in our industry you do not get more exciting briefs than that.”

Tony Martin, Founder and CEO of Celestial said: “We were really impressed with Boldspace’s creative ideas and agency approach. Our brief was to deliver ideas, not just press releases, and to have a profound, emotional impact with those ideas. Boldspace did just that. We are excited to work with them to further promote the work we are doing on a global scale and use our drone technology to tell stories that move people globally.”