The eurovisionlive.com team has been invited for an exclusive backstage tour, behind the scenes of the Eurovision Song Contest. The tour went through the arena to the dressing- and make up rooms, to the storage rooms for all the props used on stage by each individual country. A very interesting part was the way from the delegation bubble to the in-ear section, where the artists receive their in-ear cabling. Everything is very well organized, with numbers, colours and a very attending staff and lots of security at every corner.
In the delegation bubble the singers, delegations and organizers can prepare for their entry and meet others. Big transmission van guarantee a smooth show and extra power stations supply enough energy for all the sound and lightening.
Editor in Chief of eurovisionlive.com
About me: Due to the fact that my parents are musicians, I have a gained a great enthusiasm for music. Since 1979 my interest in the Eurovision Song Contest has grown enormously. My first ESC I joined was in Dublin 1995. Six years later I founded the website eurovisionlive.com in the year 2001. The most fascinating part for me is the original idea of the Eurovision Song Contest – the peaceful contest of the European countries. I am very happy that I have the chance to contribute my little part for the greatest music show in the world.