Eurovision 2012: Construction on Stage BeginsWritten by Garrett Mulhall
The Eurovision Song Contest is being staged in Baku, Azerbaijan for the very first time since the inception of the renowned music event but nevertheless, the concept remains somewhat the same or does it in reality noting that in recent years, countries have made sure to organize the competition in the best possible way and it seems that this Eastern nation is doing just that by virtue of being a brand new venue from scratch before moving onto start the construction of the stage which is set to be a lot different than the one which the people have become used to in recent years. The last time that a stage took artists' and fans' breathe away was the one in Moscow as the large screens managed to create an atmosphere which had never been held beforehand.
The venue was completed in recent days just as the hosts for the competition where revealed actually with Eldar, Leyla and Nargiz given the respective roles. The stage needs to be complete just in time for the premier rehearsals on the 13th May 2012 but then again, many have noted that there is a new concept on the way, one which the people will not have been expecting actually. This idea has been promised but is yet to stuface despite the impressive infrastructure. Stay tuned to escflashmalta.com for all of the latest prior to the Eurovision Song Contest 2012. Remember, Kurt Calleja and his song This Is The Night are competing in the second semi-final in position number #4 just after The Netherlands.