In the early ’80s, Téléphone was one of the biggest-ever French bands, touring the world as special guests of The Rolling Stones and recording with such legends as The Who’s John Entwistle. Breaking up in 1986, there was clearly some unfinished business and this became clear nearly 30 years later when original members Jean-Louis Aubert, Louis Bertignac and Richard Kolinka reunited under the name Les Insus? for a one-off concert. So successful was the reunion that further appearances prompted a full-length tour last year, leading to a much anticipated festival run in 2017 along with an extraordinary pair of shows at the Stade de France in Paris on September 15th and 16th. For these performances, Gérard Drouot Productions hired the services of Stageco France to build a regular 4-Tower roof (minus a back wall), four delay towers, a pair of front of house risers and four camera platforms, as well as the Mojo crowd barriers. This was Stageco's fourth job at the Stade de France this year, following Depeche Mode, Guns N’Roses and Coldplay, so there was a lot of consistency in the way there was planned ahead for it.