Saku Suurhall, the venue of the ESC 2002, will be surrounded with huge tents, which must contain enough room for thousands of people.
The building of the so-called Euro-city started last weekend.
There will be floors, computers, and even carpets in the tents, so the meaning of tents is a bit different of the regular tent's definition…
The so-called Green-room will be built next week, it must accomodate about 1500 people.
The building of the stage will begin this week. Several journalist who have seen the different parts of the stage have said that it's the most unique stage in the history of the ESC. The stage will contain movable parts, which will change for each country (if the country's performer(s) want it) and a cakewalk. It's all hand-made. It'll be ready on May 16th.
There won't be a problem, if there's a electricity-cut in Tallinn – in case of that 2 generators will be built.
The whole territory is heavily guarded by the security-company Falck. You can see a map of the set-up here.