Eurovision stars present a magnificent show accompanied by Azerbaijan’s national instruments at the Baku Crystal Hall
The Baku Crystal Hall, the arena for the Eurovision Song Contest (ESC) 2012 to be held in Baku, is complete and ready to host this magnificent show. Technical tests are currently held at the Baku stage featuring extraordinary sound and light effects for the forthcoming contest. The Crystal Hall is eager to welcome representatives of the participant states as of May 13.
At this point, rehearsals for semi-finals and final, as well as interval act shows are to be held.
Along with diverse and versatile performances of this year’s ESC participants, a breath-taking opening ceremony and numerous interval act shows will be offered to millions of viewers all over the world.
The opening ceremony and interval shows will feature an extraordinary stage design, scenarios and outstanding participants indeed, with the winners of the recent five Eurovision Song Contests gathering in Baku at the same time. Maria Sherifovich, Dima Bilan, Alexander Rybak, Lena, and Ell & Nikki will appear at the interval act show in the second semi-final on May 24. The Eurovision starts accompanied by the Azerbaijani national instruments will present an extraordinary performance in a manner unprecedented so far. We are pleased to welcome the Eurovision winners in Baku as of May 18./eurovision.az/