Junior Eurovision 2018: BTRC unveils stage design for this year’s contest

Junior Eurovision 2018: BTRC unveils stage design for this year’s contest

The Belarusian national braodcasting that is hosting this year’s Junior Eurovision, revealed the stage design for Junior Eurovision 2018.


Through a documentary film broadcast by the channel the audience got its first images of the stage , the green room and backstage area for this year’s edition of Junior Eurovision.


The stage which has LED screens, includes a main stage and has satellite stage on its left. The background is made by LED screens while a large circular screen hangs above the stage. Coming out of the stage are lighting strips  and from the floor’s ground there is lighting coming and down from the ceiling of the Minsk Arena as well.


As in the previous editions of Junior Eurovision Song Contest  the green room will be in the arena fully viewed by the audience. The green room is located on the right part of the stage and has twenty pods where the competing countries will be sitting.


The size of the stages seems to be really impressive and is the largest stage to see in the contest after the one in Sofia, Bulgaria back in Junior Eurovisio 2015.

The Junior Eurovision Song Contest will be held on November 26 in Minsk , Belarus . A total of 20 countries will compete , with Wales and Kazakhstan making their debut in the contest. See the participating contries listed below:

  • Albania
  • Armenia
  • Australia
  • Azerbaijan
  • Belarus
  • France
  • FYR Macedonia
  • Georgia
  • Ireland
  • Israel
  • Italy
  • Kazakhstan
  • Malta
  • Poland
  • Portugal
  • Russia
  • Serbia
  • The Netherlands
  • Ukraine
  • Wales

Last year Russia won the contest with Polina Bogusevich with her song Wings


Angelo D.

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