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.
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.
We got our first look at the Eurovision 2016 stage today. Check out the video realisation of this and let us know what you think:
The 2015 Eurovision stage at Vienna’s Wiener Stadhalle Arena was completed earlier today. Work began on the stage late last week and it is now fully assembled and ready to receive the 40 acts vying to win the contest for their country next month. Check out the photos of the stage below and tell us what you think.
Today the first pictures of the stage for the Eurovision Song Contest were revealed. The host venue will be Vienna’s Wiener Stadthalle and earlier this week they relinquished all control to the Eurovision Song Contest for the next month. Eurovision organisers got stuck right in, and began unloading the first of 300 trucks with all the equipment needed to set up the stage for the week long competition which will kick off with Semi Final 1 on 19th May and will culminate with the Final on Saturday 23rd May.
1. Vienna officially became the host city for Eurovision 2015 this week when the Host City Insignia Exchange took place on Monday 26th at Vienna’s City Hall.
2. Shortly after this ceremony, the semi final draw took place and we now know which countries will compete in which semi finals. For more info read our story here.
Eurovision Stage for 2015
3. The host venue Weiner Stadthalle has released official plans for the stage for the Eurovision 2015. It will consist of 1288 individual pillars and measures 44 metres in width, 14.3 metres in height and up to 22 metres in depth. The LED pillars can produce a wide variety of lighting effects as can the 11 metre diameter