This is what the stage will look like!

Next to the graphic design of the contest in Kiev, a sneak peek of the stage has also been given to us.
German designer Florian Wieder, who designed the stages of the Eurovision Song Contests of 2011 (Düsseldorf), 2012 (Baku) and 2015 (Vienna) is also the man behind this year’s stage in Kiev.

This is what the stage looks like a little right from center (if you click on the pictures you will get a bigger version):

Source: UA:PBC
The stage from a semi-side view (Source: UA:PBC)

And this from right in front of it:

The stage from up front (Source: UA:PBC)
The stage from up front (Source: UA:PBC)

The stage is circular, symbolising the unity in diversity this contests slogan ”Celebrate Diversity” stands for.
The Eurovision website further states:

The design for 2017 symbolises Ukraine being the centre of Europe in May and allows fans to be as close to the performers as possible. The dynamic stage design, which incorporates multiple media surfaces, will create a unique setting for each act, allowing every performer to shine on the night.

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