The 2018 Portuguese hopefuls Claudia Pascoal and Isaura paid a visit to the 2018 Eurovision venue, the Altice Arena. Preparations for the 2018 Eurovision stage construction have kicked off in Parque das Naçoes as in 2 days time the technical and logistic teams are expected to move in with their equipment.
The whole of the area surrounding the 2018 Eurovision venue is undergoing major changes as the premises are being prepared for the forthocoming 2018 Eurovision Song Contest.
Cláudia Pascoal and Isaura visited the Altice Arena, the venue which will host the three Eurovision Song Contest shows next May. Eventhough the core work force will be hitting the venue in 2 days time, the technical team has already started work inside the arena.
The Portuguese hopefuls visited the arena along with António Raminhos in order to film for RTP’s Missão: 100% Português show and we were spellbound when they saw the ongoing preparations for the upcoming contest.
— RTP (@rtppt) 2 de abril de 2018
The 2018 Eurovision stage has been designed by Florian Wieder and has been inspired by Portugal seafaring nautical history and heritage.
The 2018 Eurovision Song Contest is scheduled to be held on 8, 10 and 12 May at the Altice Arena.