This is the Junior Eurovision 2022 stage!

We’ve had a busy week with all the news surrounding the United Kingdom’s hosting of the Eurovision Song Contest in 2023, not in the least the reveal of next year’s host city, Liverpool! But in the meantime, the Junior Eurovision Song Contest is coming closer rapidly as well, taking place in December and today we get a first look at the stage!

So far in the form of renders, so we get to see what the stage will look like once it’s been built up inside Karen Demirchyan Sports Complex. But these renders down below will give you a first impression (you can slide through the gallery and even click an image to see it in full size):

As you can tell from the pictures, the audience will be very close to the artists, as they’ll be performing for them on a centre stage directly on front of them.

On the thought process behind the stage, artwork and overall concept, David Tserunyan, the Executive Producer of the Junior Eurovision 2022 contest, has stated:

The stage is a creative visual representation of the official artwork. The centre stage is the spinning top surrounded by strings of light that represent the ‘spinning’. These colourful strings are also reflected above the stage and radiate the energy from every single performance.  While being minimalist, yet technologically advanced, the stage design offers multiple staging possibilities for all of the performers.

The same energy can be felt throughout the video released to make us familiar with this year’s theme, ‘Spin The Magic’:

The Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2022 will take place at the Karen Demirchyan Sports Complex in Yerevan, Armenia, on Sunday the 11th of December, starting at 16:00 CET.

What do you think of this year’s stage, based on these renders? Will you maybe even go and see it in real life in Yerevan? Let us know in the comments below or on our social media channels: @escbubble!

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