The heads of delegations have descended upon Copenhagen to present their entries, and get an update on the progress of the Eurovision Song Contest 2014.
With less than two months to go until the first semi-final on 6 May, fans are anxiously waiting to hear the progress on B&W Hallerne, the venue for the big event.
During the heads of delegation summit, members got a chance to see the site and the plan for the stage and lighting that will bring the show to life in May, and according to Swedish delegation member Christer Björkman in an interview with SVT, we can expect a stage as grand as the one seen for the Eurovision Song Contest 2009 in Moscow.
The stage is being designed by Claus Zier, who has previously done stage design for the Danish editions of X Factor, The Voice, and the Melodi Grand Prix shows. In an interview with eurovision.tv, Zier stated, “we have a fantastic amount of height that we want to take advantage of, and we want to make magic in this space.”
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