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HITTING THE SLOPES Big Air Fun in Innsbruck

Metallica & EDC in Mexico BRIT Awards 2017 Brandenburg Gate Festivities Carcassonne Goes Skating SPRING 2017

Ahoy, Topperdam! X Games Return To Norway Helene Fischer TV Special Flashback: The Police Reunion W W W. S TAG E C O. C O M


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3 METALLICA: WIRED FOR MEXICO 5 BERLIN WELCOMES 2017 6 CARCASSONNE’S MONTH OF MAGIC 8 AHOY, TOPPERDAM! 10 THE X GAMES RETURNS TO NORWAY 12 EDC’S MEXICAN WAVES 14 HELENE FISCHER’S CHRISTMAS SPECIAL 15 THE BRIT AWARDS 2017 16 AIR + STYLE AT OLYMPIAWORLD

Photography: Mark Cunningham

20 FLASHBACK 2007: THE POLICE REUNION TOUR 23 THE MIA’S IN BRUSSELS

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Welcome to the Spring edition of the Stageco news bulletin. It’s a relief when the days become warmer and brighter because it reminds us that new challenges in the great outdoors are not far away. As with any seasonal business that relies heavily on the summer period, keeping things moving during the winter has always an issue but, as I hope this edition demonstrates, the cold weather doesn’t prevent us from getting the best from our people and resources. I was delighted to be in London to attend the annual TPi Awards [above] and the ILMC conference, where I caught up with so many old industry friends. It was a great thrill to come away with another TPi Favourite Staging Company award – and see our colleagues from Coldplay win Live Production of the Year – especially as most of our fellow nominees tend to be British, so we thank everyone who voted for us. Some of the topics covered at the ILMC meeting were quite sobering. One session about the risks of terrorism make me realise how vulnerable public events can be, but this is an ongoing threat that we must learn to live with. Another session dealt with how obtaining the correct travel Visa is being influenced by Brexit and President Trump, and affecting people in our business, from artists to production crew and everyone else in the middle. Only recently, multiple bands booked to play the SXSW festival in Austin, Texas were refused entry America, and we are really just seeing the start of it all. Between now and our next edition, we will be out and about on U2, Jeff Lynne’s ELO, Metallica, Guns N’Roses, Robbie Williams, Take That, Céline Dion, Coldplay, Depeche Mode, Vasco Rossi and a number of our regular European festivals and events, so we hope to see some of you along the way.

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Wired For Mexico

Stageco supports American metal titans as they rock Foro Sol March 1st saw Metallica kick off their 2017 WorldWired Tour in earnest with the first of three consecutively sold-out performances at the Foro Sol baseball stadium in Mexico City, where a grand total of almost 200,000 thrilled fans gathered to watch James Hatfield, Lars Ulrich, Kirk Hammett and Robert Trujillo at the top of their game. Stageco US was “happy and excited” to have taken part in the band’s first full-on shows of the year, marking 20 years of Stageco’s participation in events at Foro Sol. [Less than a

fortnight earlier, Stageco had also worked at the venue on three shows by Justin Bieber, as part of his Purpose tour.] The company provided two crews of 11 persons, headed by Jim Ramacus and Ray Mangum respectively, to work around the clock in day and night shifts to build the stage, which was painted white in an effort to match production manager Dan Braun’s vision of the cover art for Metallica’s latest album, Hardwired… To Self-Destruct, their first studio release since 2008’s Death Magnetic.

Photography: Chino Lemus & Stageco US

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Above, clockwise: Building with the exceptional OCESA team; the 11,000lb capacity cantilever; programming; ready to roll at Foro Sol.

trailers, bringing the total weight in material to approximately a million pounds. Mary Lou Figley added: “Through the well-organised co-operation of the local production team from OCESA, Lourdes Skipsey, Phil Guiliano, Albert Lawrence, John Bugzee Hougdahl, John Zajonc and Dan Braun, Stageco US helped to make an amazing event happen.” The special guest opening act for all three shows was punk icon Iggy Pop (below) who, on the last night, joined Metallica on stage to deliver a fiery rendition of The Stooges’ classic ’TV Eye’. The WorldWired Tour continues through Latin America and North America, before arriving in Europe in September, and is currently planned to extend until spring 2018.

Photography: Stageco US & Chino Lemus

Another major contributor, Airworks, leaned on its expertise in the specialist field of inflatables to create the outstanding ‘M’ and ‘A’ set pieces. One of the most interesting aspects of working with this stage was incorporating a 9m cantilever to support around five tonnes of audio and set. “Our big thanks go to our US engineers, Theta Consulting for helping make this dream a reality!” said Mary Lou Figley, Stageco’s vice president of US operations. After three days of around the clock shifts and another two full days and nights of production, all elements had converged at Foro Sol for Metallica. There were 17 steel trucks equaling almost 750,000 pounds of steel and 32 production

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Berlin Welcomes 2017 A New Year spectacular at Brandenburg Gate... Welcome 2017 extended for two kilometres with breathtaking fireworks ushering in the New Year. Up to 350 national and international TV broadcasters were present to report live from Berlin and transmit the images throughout the world.

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One of Europe’s biggest, boldest and most colourful New Year street parties can be found every year in Berlin, where audiences of around one million people gather to celebrate on the evening of December 31st across the Tiergarten on Straße des 17. Juni, between the Brandenburg Gate and the Siegessäule (Victory Column), with a crew from Stageco Deutschland in place to help ensure that the associated entertainment goes to plan. For the latest edition that witnessed live performances from a vast array of international acts (among them Jermaine Jackson, Bonnie Tyler, Peter Schilling, Fun Factory, Vengaboys and Ray Wilson), Stageco built all the necessary structures including two Micro-Arches, a Genesis or Band roof – a lightweight steel construction with transparent skins – and the 1,300 square metre stage itself, based on Layher Allround scaffolding. In addition, the Stageco team constructed the main PA towers, a pair of video/PA towers and a spot tower with an eagle’s nest.

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A Month Of Magic Stageco France builds Carcassonne’s seasonal celebration As December begins in the French city of Carcassonne, so does ‘La Magie de Noël’ – an enchanting Christmas-themed festival for all the family that offers a multitude of activities, from a giant ferris wheel, fairground rides, inflatable games and live music to ice skating… and that’s where Stageco France comes in. For more than 10 years, Stageco’s French office has been involved in building the strong, flat and levelled platform that receives a layer of 10-15cm of ice for the large ice rink that is enjoyed by the many thousands of skaters visiting from Carcassonne, its neighbouring towns and even further afield.

This year, the platform once again measured 890 square metres and was transported to the site in two trucks, ready to be built by a pair of Stageco supervisors (led by Olivier Daulon) and a locally sourced crew of 10 people. As he has done many times before, lighting designer Sébastien Abatut transformed the centre of Carcassonne – and especially its ice rink – into a beautiful environment, with lighting fixtures sharing space on a central aluminium grid with the sound system that provides background music and announcements. During the two and a half build phase, the team also created anoth-

er structure at Place Chenier, for the town’s children’s park area. Highlights of the 2016 season included the famous torchlight march during the weekend Feast of St. Nicholas, the ever-popular Christmas market and, of course, some exciting skating action. The festivities always begin with the switching on of the city lights by the Mayor of Carcassonne, Gérard Larrat, who originally created the event in 2004 as a means of bringing together people of all ages. ‘La Magie de Noël’ is traditionally managed for Stageco France by Thierry Nataf while R&D is handled by Dirk Van de Goor. Photography courtesy of Sébastien Abatut

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Ahoy, Topperdam! Dutch pop act sells out six winter shows at Rotterdam arena

Photography © Floris Heuer & J Lousberg

Founded in 2005, The Toppers remain one of The Netherlands’ most popular native acts. Their hit song ‘Shine’ took them to Moscow in 2009 to compete in the Eurovision Song Contest, where they reached the semi-final, and every year sees them – René Froger, Gerard Joling and Jeroen van der Boom – play a series of sold-out shows in their home city of Amsterdam. Last year, for the first time after 40 annual summer concerts at Amsterdam ArenA, The Toppers decided to play a string of six winter shows in December to a live audience total of 85,000 at Rotterdam’s Ahoy to celebrate 12 and a half successful years, and they did it with the assistance of Stageco Nederland.

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The planning of the project was the biggest challenge. While the Ahoy received a complete facelift, themed around the imaginary, nostalgic village setting of ‘Topperdam’, the décor and staging (as well as most other aspects of production) had to be returned to its normal state by Stageco’s crew after the first show on December 10th to accommodate three concerts by fellow Dutch act Nick & Simon. From December 20th through to Christmas Eve, The Toppers were reinstated at the Ahoy, where they thrilled their audiences with a ‘singalong’ set featuring their hits ‘Can You Feel It?’ and ‘Toppers Party’, as well as a selection of festive favourites.

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Photography © William Rutten, Stageco Nederland & b2s

NEW YEAR A week later, Rotterdam hosted a huge national firework display to welcome in the New Year. Stageco Nederland’s team built a black steel structure to support a major part of the display (above right), which was seen live on television by around 2.7 million viewers.

HARDSTYLE Earlier this year, on February 4th, b2s’ annual Hard Bass event took place again at the Gelredome in Arnhem with four formations of DJs – teams Blue, Green, Yellow and Red – delivering euphoric ‘hardstyle’ dance sounds and raw beats to a packed audience until sunrise. Stageco Nederland built two huge dance decks, calculated to cope with a full-capacity dancing crowd (see below). The stage was a scaffolding structure which featured an entrance for the DJ teams who battled against each other during the show. The load-in was managed by the Stageco team across five 12-hour shifts while loadout was completed in two equivalent shifts.


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X Marks The Spot The Stageco team heads back to the Norwegian slopes

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Photography Š Paulo Pettigiani & Stageco

Popular extreme winter sports tournament, the X Games returned to Norway in March and showcased more death-defying stunts on skis and snowboards in the idyllic location of the Hafjell ski resort. An ESPN presentation in collaboration with Norway’s TV2 and local organiser SAHR Concepts, the four-day event, famed for its dynamic, world-class competitions, saw Stageco reprise its role in the design and construction of a wide range of temporary structures including a very steep ski slope that was uniquely shaped for the Big Air and Slopestyle challenges. Stageco provided nine trailer loads of equipment in total, with a 12-person crew from Belgium and Germany led by Kevin De Meyer, who worked to technical drawings created by Manolis Kassanis and Gert Hulsmans. Due to the harsh landscape, the structural assembly was carried out with snow cats and a helicopter replacing the usual fork lift and crane methods. Over the course of 10 days, the team used scaffolding to build 13 TV camera platforms, three scaffold-based start gates that were branded and equipped with a video screen supplied by local production, and five 24m high lighting towers. They were also responsible for a cube-shaped structure that combined a stage with screen support and a VIP platform, measuring 18m wide x 12m deep x 14m high. This structure accommodated two integrated lighting towers, a video screen at the front, a deck on top and a 10m x 8m stage roof inside.

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Mexican Waves Repeating the formula of last November’s spectacle in Orlando, Insomniac’s genre-defining Electric Daisy Festival headed across the border to the Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez race track in Mexico City for two days of heavy dance action on February 25th-26th. Past masters at building the most outlandish structures for EDC, Stageco US referred to the original, large-scale Las Vegas design from June 2016 when constructing the smaller touring version of Stage 1, a.k.a. the kinetic TEMPLE. A crew of seven Americans and one European, headed by Farley Gross, worked on the project using 14 trailer loads of black steel.

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Helene ‘Steels’ The Show Attracting a viewing audience of nearly six million, singer and entertainer Helene Fischer’s Christmas special for German TV was a colourful mix of music, comedy, acrobatics and elaborately choreographed performances, featuring guests including Sir Tom Jones, Olly Murs, Gregory Porter and… Elvis Presley. Originally born in Russia, Helene Fischer is currently one of the most popular acts in the German-speaking world and her latest televisual smash was in no small way helped by the presence of Stageco Deutschland. Recorded on December 4th-5th in Hall 6 at Messe Düsseldorf and broadcast during prime time on Christmas Day by ZDF, the production saw Stageco create a steel supporting structure for the set, based on four steel towers with

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an overhang of 12 metres. This overhang enabled a moveable, 10-tonne kinetic video construction to be installed. Connected with steel cables, four steel towers were also assembled for an aerial stunt that featured the hostess flying over her audience as ‘Mary Poppins’, during a condensed version of the hit musical. Stageco’s load-in was limited to a 10-hour window, during which its crew overcame the difficult task of working with a crane in the relatively tiny half metre space between the roof of the hall and the top of the construction. One of the highlights of ‘Die Helene Fischer Show’ came when in the presence of Priscilla Presley, Miss Fischer performed a ‘virtual’ live duet of ‘Just Pretend’ with the king of rock’n’roll himself, Elvis, who appeared on screen.

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The ‘Heavy’ BRIT Awards was required to increase its contribution. “The production was going to be too heavy in the arena roof,” he says, “so we had to reduce that burden by installing a grid and tower system on which to hang the video wall and the scenery in front of it, in order to compensate.” Stageco increased its crew total from eight to 14 this year at London’s O2 Arena, working with support from the event’s local crew to load in, build the production and then load out. “We used more equipment this time with eight trucks in total, but we had a shorter period in which to build, which meant that we needed to add two night shifts to our schedule,” comments Dardenne, pictured below. “The timing of the build was a little more compressed than in previous years because everyone began work just six days before showday.” He continued: “The BRIT Awards always carries the highest production values and is consistently very well organised. This February’s edition was no exception. We always look forward to working together as a team on it each year.” BRIT Awards 2017 trophies designed by the late Zaha Hadid

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Photography © John Marshall / JM Enternational & Mark Cunningham

Opening with a dazzling performance by Little Mix, the BRIT Awards 2017 – the 21st consecutive edition to benefit from Stageco’s involvement – possessed all the hallmarks of a classic, all-star production. While Bruno Mars, The 1975, Skepta, Robbie Williams and Katy Perry (with her dancing white houses) were also among the live acts, the most poignant moments came when David Bowie was posthumously awarded Best British Male and Andrew Ridgeley, ‘Pepsi’ DeMacque and Shirlie Holliman paid tribute to their late Wham! colleague George Michael, followed by a performance of ‘A Different Corner’ by Coldplay’s Chris Martin with live footage of Michael. As always at the BRITs, Stageco’s responsibility is to build the basic foundations of the stage, along with the front of house control platform, numerous risers and platforms for spotlights, cameras, jib cranes, monitoring and video. However, according to Luc Dardenne, a Stageco regular on the event alongside project manager Dirk De Decker and Stefaan Vandenbosch, due to the nature of this year’s design, the company


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Ramping Up In Style For the last 22 years, Stageco has been proud of its responsibility for building the temporary structures at Air + Style, an international event that has not only created a new environment for winter sports, but also established new disciplines with its original aim to bring snowboarding from the mountain top down to an urban area. The combination of sporting action with live music and parties became a trademark, and is still the model for many events worldwide. Cont’d >>>

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Air + Style: the daytime view.

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The festival successfully changed its location in the Tyrolean city of Innsbruck, Austria last year from the Bergisel Stadium to Olympiaworld, where the already high production values have were raised even further for 2017 along with the introduction of female competitors for the first time. During the last 10 days of January, Stageco Deutschland’s crew of 50 set up a range of structures for 2017’s two-day event – the 34th edition, held on February 3-4 – such as the iconic, 100 metre long snowboard ramp. Standing 45 metres SPRING 2017

high and 25 metres wide, the ramp was marginally larger than last year’s model and was created with 310 tonnes of Layher Allround scaffolding. The crew also built a Stageco 2914 system for the outdoor (main) concert stage adjacent to the ramp – featuring Friday night headliner Bilderbuch and Saturday’s Biffy Clyro, Fünf Sterne Deluxe, The Naked And Famous (pictured opposite), Lucky Chops and Beginner – while also constructing four lighting towers along with a number of other scaffold structures.

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From Stageco’s perspective, the main practical change this year was the closure of the space between the in-run and landing area, meaning that construction was accessible only with a snowcat. Coming 10 weeks after its Beijing edition, Air + Style Innsbruck was the second of three stops on the latest world tour, which completed in Los Angeles later in February.

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Ten years ago, Sting, Andy Summers and Stewart Copeland came together to tour as The Police for the first time since 1986. Stageco was very proud to be onboard.

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The announcement of The Police’s reunion in 2007 provoked the kind of disbelief that accompanied Pink Floyd’s Live 8 miracle and Led Zep’s one-off tribute to Ahmet Ertegün. No one really believed it would ever happen… not least Stageco. Coming 30 years after the band’s formation, the internal differences had dissipated enough for Sting, Stewart Copeland and Andy Summers to not only tread the boards once again but deliver performances that defied age. Time apart had given them a greater respect for their back catalogue and the experience that they were now bringing to the fore resulted in a more assured authoritative on-stage aura. On some levels, they were even more convincing than they were first time around. A stellar CV and positive word of mouth earned Charlie Hernandez the role of production director and a seat oppo-

site tour manager William Francis in the production office, where stage manager Dug Wuest also pitched camp. Initial band rehearsals began in Italy at Sting’s 900-acre Tuscan estate, Il Palagio, where The Police prepared for their opening spot at the 49th Grammy Awards in Los Angeles in February ’07. “We then shipped out to Vancouver where we moved between three venues for different aspects of tour rehearsal,” explained Hernandez. “The preparation and logistics came together really well in Vancouver. About a mile away from where the band were rehearsing, we found a disused railway track in the Squamish National Reserve that we used to test-build the Stageco stage. Eventually we were able to bring all the elements together at GM Place for final programming and dress rehearsals, and then play the first show of the tour on May 28.”

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By late summer, the band had already taken North America by storm and looked forward to repeating the process as they arrived in Europe. “The Police were one of the first bands to play everywhere and anywhere, including some of the most exotic places in the world,” said Hernandez (pictured centre). “This time round, in designing the show, we didn’t want to restrict that capability. “It’s important to us that the kids in Giants Stadium, Twickenham, Paris and Rio see the same show. Therefore, we’re using ‘gold standard’ vendors who have a global network that can replicate the design without compromise.” APPLICATION Some suppliers, such as Stageco, were automatic choices for Hernandez, who was also credited as set consultant. “We worked with Tom Bilsen and Hedwig de Meyer from Stageco’s Belgian HQ and Mary Lou Figley at their US office. Their technology, their application of structural design, rapid deployment, work ethic and level of support is without rival. I can’t say enough about those guys. I always use them whenever I can and somehow they always seem to top their previous project.” Stageco was involved on all outdoor shows, which accounted for around 50% of the world tour. The system was the company’s classic 4 Tower roof with a few adaptations. While the standard version had a 20m x 27m performance area, The Police needed 22 metres of width. SPRING 2017

“The 20m version meant the rigging would be too wide; the 25m version could not take the required rigging loads, but they wanted a larger area than the 20m offered, so it was a compromise,” said Tom Bilsen at the time. “We created a new skin for the roof, with new trusses, and have built two systems for the USA with three for Europe, with possibly another two to be added.” Hernandez commented: “The Police have such a long history with a lot of the chosen companies and there’s always been a sense of family and loyalty, so they were very happy to maintain these relationships. We’ve created a very comfortable ‘bubble’ for the band — a calm and productive environment that, regardless of any exterior variables, remains consistent for the time they spend in each venue.” One of the most successful tours of the decade, it ran for a further year and by its close on August 7th 2008, The Police had played 151 shows to a combined audience of approximately 3.4 million.

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Celebrating Flemish Music Working to a very tight schedule, the team from Stageco built a triangular catwalk with all of its components including chambered decks prepared using CAD drawings. Further temporary structures were constructed by Stageco for the event, such as towers, additional platforms and an 80 metre long cable track for a ‘flying camera’. This year’s winners included Bazart, who took away several awards including Best Group and Hit of the Year (for ‘Goud’). Lost Frequencies (Dance) and Goose (Best Live Act) were among the other victors, while Herman Schueremans and the late Toots Thielemans were honoured with Lifetime Achievement Awards.

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Photography © Stageco Belgium & VRT - Jokko

Organised by Belgium’s national broadcaster VRT in collaboration with Music Centre Flanders, the Music Industry Awards – or MIA’s – is an annual celebration that acknowledges outstanding achievements within the Flemish music business. In 2007, the MIA’s – an abbreviation coined in respect of Gorki’s winning song ‘Mia’ – replaced the previous ZAMU Awards and is now presented at Paleis 12 in Brussels. Stageco Belgium was delighted to be selected as one of the key production partners for this year’s 10th anniversary event on February 2nd, which attracted its biggest live audience to date as well as high TV ratings.


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The official Stageco Staging Group news journal.

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