The next major piece of information to emerge from the Junior Eurovision Head of Delegation is the stage in which the contest, and subsequently the Maltese National Final will be held on.
The stage, designed by Claudio Santucci from Milan based firm Gio’Forma and was inspired by the origami triangle in this year’s logo. John McCullagh who is the creative director of this year’s show said that
The ancient art of Origami shows us how something simple can be transformed into something much more complex with just a little patience, practice, and understanding. Our origami set is, therefore, the blank canvas on which the delegations can tell their story.
The stage contains a 28 metre wide stage containing LED elements with a 9 metre LED backdrop. Two catwalks are also available to be used. Overall 508 metres of LEDs will be used.
Check out the stage below
Other news from the Head of Delegation meeting is that all songs have now been submitted, although some are yet to be revealed on the website due to national reveals back home. Details surrounding the press centre location, accreditation, interval and opening acts, postcards, and rehearsals have also been revealed.