The Dove Awards are an annual awards show hosted by the Gospel Music Associateion. They're the longest-running awards for Christian music, and have a very strong attendance by the top players in the Christian music industry.
The setup for the Doves is very similar to a concert, with two exceptions - a full 96-channel input list, and thirteen completely separate artists performing in a two-hour time span. The time allotted to get one band off the stage and the next band onto the stage ready for the curtain to open averaged less than 5 minutes. Pre-planning, communication, and coordination are extremely critical for the success of the show.
Since 2012, I have filled the role of the Stage Patch tech. This involves ensuring every person and instrument is patched to the correct input on the dual 3-way splits. While a digital console can recall the next band at the push of a button, the Stage Patch must physically move microphones between the acts. It can get a bit frantic with the amount of work that needs to be done in the short 5-minute changeover time, but with solid communication and an excellent team, it runs incredibly smooth.