In a month from today, 13 countries will compete in the 18th edition of the biggest young talent show worldwide, the Junior Eurovision Song Contest.
This morning a special announcement was made by the EBU with the spectacular stage designed planned for the show. setting out with the fact that the contest is a celebration for the generation of the future the stage this year will have a very modern look and will include elements of augmented reality with will be combined in the stage for the first time.
The stage will be shaped with Spherical, different sizes of circles and hundreds of lights all around that will complete the “out of this world” look. The author of the concert’s scenography Anna Brodnicka explains the inspiration behind the symbolic shapes saying: ” The circle has always been a symbol of perfectness, life and unity. We move around the circle of life… We all experience many changes during this journey: Starting as children, then becoming a teenager and finally moving into adulthood”.
The 18th edition of the Junior Eurovision Song Contest will stay in Poland as of last winner’s winner Viki Gabor. there 13 countries will #MoveTheWorld on the night of November 29th where a new star will be born. this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic and in order to keep the artists and delegations safe, the acts will be pre-recorded on a local studio in each country together with an online voting making its comeback!
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