At lunch time today, the EBU revealed the proposed set design for the stage at next year’s Eurovision Song Contest. Back at the helm is stage designer Florian Wieder. He is the man behind the stages at Eurovision 2011, 2012, 2015 and for the past three years 2017-2019.
Florian Weider is back at the helm to oversee the design of the Eurovision 2019 stage. The German has been responsible for some of the best set designs in Eurovision’s recent history including the 2018, 2015 and 2012 designs.
Earlier today, 5 December, Eurovision organisers gave us the first sneak peek at their proposed designs for the stage at Eurovision 2018.
Eurovision news has kicked into overdrive this week with more countries beginning their national selection searches, news regarding the Eurovision proceedings in May and more details on announced artists’ songs.
Eurovision 2017 has picked up pace this week. Not only have participating countries been announcing their acts, songs and selection shows been taking place, we got the official hand over of host city from Stochkolm to Kiev, the semi final allocation draw, but that’s not all.
As we enter 2017, Eurovision national finals are in full flow. To keep you up to date with all the Eurovision happenings, we have brought back our feature; ’15 Things We Learned This Week’ which we will continue to post every Sunday evening to recap the Eurovision news for the past week! So without further ado, here is the 15 things we learned this week…