Lisbon is ready to welcome Europe for the forthcoming Eurovision Song Contest whilst the first rehearsals are scheduled to kick off at the Altice Arena on Sunday 29 April. The stage construction in Lisbon has reached its final phase with the tehcnical team working round the clock in order to put the final touches. We bring you the latest pictures from M&M Production’s 2018 Eurovision Diary.
The tehcnical and stand in rehearsals will be taking place in the Eurovision venue in due course, many of the props that will be used during the perfomances have already arrived in Lisbon.
The props requested by the participating countries have also arrived and are in the process of being assembled as is the case of the Swedish one. The scrutineer’s desk where Mr. Jon Ola San (EBU’s ESC Executive Supervisor) will supervise and scrutineer the voting and the show is ready to go!
About M&M Production Management
M&M Production Management is the company in charge of constructing the Eurovision stage, they have been responsible for the construction of many of the Eurovision Song Contest and Junior Eurovision Song Contest stages in recent years. Ola Melzig and M&M Production Management have launched a Eurovision diary where the latest photographs from the stage construction are posted every day showcasing both the work, progress and construction of the 2018 Eurovision stage.
Eurovision 2018 Diary
M&M Production Management will be running the Eurovison Diary for the 12th time, having it kicked off in 2002 when it was responsible for the stage construction back in 2002 when the Eurovision Song Contest was held in Tallinn, Estonia.
The 2018 Eurovision Song Contest is scheduled to be held on 8, 10 and 12 May at the Altice Arena in Lisbon.