Like A Kite. The Inspiration Behind The Junior Eurovision 2019 Stage

Junior Eurovision 2019 stage design has been revealed!

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The EBU together with the Polish national broadcast TVP has revealed today how’s this year stage is going to look like.

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The stage has been designed by one of Poland’s most recognizable production and stage designers Giorgos Stylianou-Matsis. Matsis has more than 20 years of professional work designing stages foe many music festivals, TV shows, and music concerts of superstars such as Ricky Martin and Sines O’Connor.

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The stage will be decorated with wave shape LED Ribbons that will give the stage a wind-like feel. Two curved catwalks will be on both sides of the stage. the first one will lead to a small stage, and the second one is leading to the artist’s greenroom. the soft airy look will communicate with the kite appearing on this year logo and the freedom feeling of sharing the joy.

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The 17th edition of the Junior Eurovision Song Contest will be held on November 24th, 2019, at the Gliwice Arena in Gliwice, Poland. 19 countries will participate in the show including Spain that returns to the contest after 13 years! Follow Junior Eurovision 2019 Homepage for all the latest updates of the show

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