The Heads of Delegation of the competing 37 countries have discussed their staging plans during the Heads of Delegation Meeting of the Eurovision Song Contest 2023 in Liverpool, United Kingdom.
All the Heads of Delegation has their first playback yesterday when it comes down to the performances they want to do on the grand Eurovision stage. This meant that each and every of the 37 Heads of Delegation had a speed date with the production team of this year’s contest. The creative teams of every competing country have prepared a plan for their contestant(s), which includes: camera work, lighting, choreography, and an overall look and feel of the act.
What is possible and what is not?
The plans were reviewed by the production team of this year’s contest, and they have decided on what is possible or not. Yesterday it was the first time that the Heads of Delegation discussed alternatives for each country, and that there is an understanding created between the production team and the delegation of each competing country.
All delegations kept in the loop
All delegations will be kept in the loop about the progress of their performance plans in Liverpool by periodical newsletters. There will be more conversations between the Heads of Delegation and the production team in Liverpool.
The Eurovision Song Contest 2023 will take place on May 9th, 11th, and 13th 2023 in Liverpool, United Kingdom. 37 countries will compete for the crown. This year’s Eurovision Song Contest will be a joint venture, since last year’s winner Ukraine cannot organize the contest on home soil because of the ongoing war with Russia.