It took a very long time to put the stage together, almost three months, and in less than one day it has been dismantled. Jan Lagermand, head of show, stated that
We are very proud of the work we have delivered , and as a department tremendously honored to have been part of the big thing. We are ready to do it again.
He further went on to explain that they submitted the bid for the stage design on 6 January and by 3 February the began the work to get everything in place for the contest to be held in May. He said that, generally, the work was not much more complex than anything they had done before, but that there were elements, like the interplay of water, fire, wood and light that presented some challenges.
So this is the last goodbye to what some have referred as the best stage in the history of Eurovision. Lagermand says that
it took three months for the set design to build up and only 17 hours to bring down. From Saturday night until late Sunday afternoon.