The 2019 Eurovision host city, Tel Aviv, is planning to hold the 2019 Eurovision Red Carpet and Opening Ceremony at the Tel Aviv Museum of Art, one of Israel’s modern architectural marvels.
The City of Tel Aviv is in full steam, working round the clock along with ESC 2019 host broadcaster KAN in their quest to showcase a spectucular Eurovision Song Contest come May. Both the host city and the Israeli national broadcaster are working from strength to strength planning and preparing for the upcoming Eurovision edition in Tel Aviv.
Last week, Israeli broadcaster KAN unveiled the potential venue for the 2019 Eurovision Red Carpet and Opening Ceremony in Tel Aviv.
The city of Tel Aviv is planning to host the 2019 Red Carpet and Opening Ceremony at the Tel Aviv Museum of Art complex.
During the Red Carpet event, competing acts at the 2019 Eurovision Song Contest will be able to meet and greet their fans and the assembled press. The 2019 Eurovision hopefuls will be seen in their best attire and designer outfits.
At the opening ceremony, the Mayor of Tel Aviv Mr Ron Huldai and officials from KAN, the EBU, City of Tel Aviv and Israel will officially welcome the 2019 Eurovision participating countries, delegations and artists to Tel Aviv.
The Tel Aviv Museum of Art
The Tel Aviv Museum of Art was founded in 1932 and currently consists from three buildings:
- The Helena Rubinstein Pavilion for Contemporary Art (opened in 1959)
- Main Building (opened in 1971)
- Herta and Paul Amir Building (opened in 2011)
The musem’s Main Building and the newly built Hert and Paul Amir Building are located at Tel Aviv’s Shaul Hamelech Boulevard. The newly built structure has become Tel Aviv’s iconic landmark showcasing the city’s rich culture and modern vibe. The building has been designed by American architect Preston Scott Cohen.
Video mapping at the Tel Aviv Museum of Art
Both the ESC 2019 Red Carpet and Opening Cereomy are planned to take place at the museum’s complex and newly built wing.
The new wing at the Tel Aviv Museum of Art video
The 2019 Eurovision Song Contest is set to take place on 14, 16 and 18 May at the Tel Aviv Convention Centre in Tel Aviv, Israel.