Junior Eurovision 2022 Stage Concept Revealed!

In a perfect timing, exactly Two months before the 20th edition of The Eurovision Song Contest little sister “Junior Eurovision” begin, the Armenian broadcaster AMPTV warms the engines and shares some hints from what we should expect.

Following the 2022 graphic art and “Spin The Magic” slogan announced last month, the new images of the stage, where the 16 young candidates from across Europe will perform, definitely adds another layer to this year’s concept and brings it to life. This translates into a smart design that conceptualize movement such as the “Hola-Hop” rings encircled the stage, the audience being set closer than ever to the stage, and using the latest lightning techniques to illustrate the neon energy frequencies as seen in the graphic presentation video

Executive Producer of Junior Eurovision 2022, David Tserunyan, explained:

The stage is a creative visual representation of the official artwork. The centre stage is the spinning top surrounded by strings of light that represent the ‘spinning’. These colorful strings are also reflected above the stage and radiate the energy from every single performance.  While being minimalist, yet technologically advanced, the stage design offers multiple staging possibilities for all of the performers.

Our goal was to create a modern and technologically advanced stage that both reflects our vision and is versatile enough to fit the creative needs of the participating broadcasters. We have already started working with our colleagues from all 16 countries and are very excited to deliver a truly magical show this December!’

The Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2022 will take place in the Karen Demirchyan Sports and Concerts Complex, in Yerevan, Armenia, on Sunday 11 December at 16:00 CET.

Keep updated with all the news about the upcoming JUNIOR EUROVISION 2022 on our HOMEPAGE

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