The Eurovision Village is a new concept created by the European Broadcasting Union and host broadcaster NTU and will be used for the first time in Kiev.
“The Eurovision Village is a special meeting place for fans, ticket holders, journalists and delegation members. A place, next to the venue, with lots of action and events”, Svante Stockselius said to esctoday.com. Eurovision Village will be open throughout the evening.
The EuroClub concept has been revamped. “Instead of having local parties spread all over the city – for the first time we want to allocate all party actions to one and the same place”. Kyiv Arena, a huge entertainment complex in the middle of the city at a five-minute walk from the venue, will be open for delegations, fans and journalists.