Today, the tent building in the so-called Euro-zone at the Saku Suurhall will go on. Also the cables will be placed.
Production manager Kalle Kingsepp said the concept of 'tent' is quite conditional, because there will be floors in the building, which will even have carpets. An enormous green-room or the rest-room for the contestants will be builded at the back of Suurhall next week, where about 1500 people can relax and prepare themselves for their performance.26 tents and 40 additional rooms are waiting for erection one after another. The lifting of the first of them � the tent for the press centre that will seat up to 1000 journalists and include 200 telephone lines � already started yesterday.
About 40 trucks arrived yesterday at the Saku Suurhall, carrying necessary sound and lighting equipment. It is known that up to 70 km of cable lines will be 'hidden' in the hall for cameras, microphones and spotlights. The building of the stage is on schedule.
The first pictures of the stage are expected somewhere around the end of next week or at the beginning of the Eurovision week.