COPENHAGEN, DENMARK – Today the stage for the Eurovision Song Contest 2014 in Copenhagen was officially presented and the stage in B&W Hallerne has water around it, a glowing cube, a pressure-sensitive floor and a huge background screen. Head of Show Jan Lagermand Lundme and producer Per Zachariassen revealed the details of the stage to the press and showed some of the lightning effects that we can expect during Eurovision.
The decoration is inspired by ships on the sea and water and the scene has many cubes that are hollowed out so the 37 artists can actually stand in the cubes. Like Denmark and the Eurovision Island the stage is surrounded by water and with 40 m3 water it can be used as a swimming pool and a platform for fireworks.
Facts about the stage
:: The stage is 35 meters wider and 20 meters high with catwalks extending 16 meters out into the hall
:: The LED screen is 100 meter long and 13 meters high that can show pictures and animation. The stage floor can also be used to create visual effects and the floor is also a touch screen.
:: The cube consists of 120 cubes with a special form of projection film which makes it possible to show pictures or animation on them. The cubes can also be transparent so the stage can be “closed” or “open”
:: In 10 of the cubes there are made 10 dance floors with ladders on the back to get into them.
What do you think about the stage?