Dubuc enjoyed a good relationship with set designer Stéphane Roy, and worked closely with him on placement on the band, which sits in two 28'-tall, 9000-pound Eagle-headed platforms, one on either side of the stage. “They were originally meant to be Faberge eggs enclosed in glass, and band would have been in an air-conditioned space, but they wanted it to be open and big, which was more of a challenge,” explains Dubuc. Not to mention that these heavy band platforms move in from the sides of ...

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