Junior Eurovision: Stage construction well underway inside Mediterranean Conference Center

The stage for this year’s Junior Eurovision has almost been built 100% inside Valleta’s Mediterranean Conference Center, where the contest will take place next week.

Not only the live show coming on the 20th of November but also producers of the show will also have to test and check lights, LED screens, cameras and how to set them correctly in order to give the opening part, interval acts, individual rehearsals and voting their respective part on the program schedule.

Some pictures have been recently uploaded to PBS’ official Facebook page dedicated to Eurovision, delegations will start arriving in Malta on Sunday, but before technicians must begin testing everything out. Check them below:

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About Adrián Valiente (Spain)

Adrián Valiente (Spain)
I love the Eurovision Song Contest not only because of its amazing production but it also gives me the chance to discover new music every year. I've been watching it since 2002, since then I became a huge follower, mostly because of the interest TVE put on it with Rosa from Spain. I've attended the contest several times in the last few years. I also attended the Junior Eurovision in Malta and Bulgaria where we lived an amazing experience thanks to all delegations and PBS/BNT organising team.

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