The stage for Eurovision 2018 is inspired by Portugal’s maritime past Whether you like the event or not. The stage design is stunning. And this year there wont be any LED Screen. As Designer Florian Wieder says: This will end up requiring more from each delegation in order to catch the public’s eye [caption id="attachment_38515" align="alignnone" width="1280"] In 2018 Portugal will unite the music of Europe. With this Eurovision Song Contest stage, Portugal will be the navigator and compass again.[/caption] [caption id="attachment_38516" align="alignnone" width="1720"] The stage for Eurovision 2018 wont have a LED Schreen: ‘We live a in a world of disposable music… Fast food music without any content and I think this could be a victory for music” Last years winner Salvador Sobral says[/caption]
The rich history of the Portuguese as a maritime nation reflects, without any boundaries, all of the values that make the Eurovision Song Contest unique today. Portugal and especially Lisbon are historic melting pots enriched by the impressions of newly discovered cultures that were brought back to the home port. This is mainly due to the Portuguese sailor men, who traveled the seas with courage and outstanding skills of navigation. The 2018 Eurovision Song Contest will take you on an expedition through many different cultures in Europe and around the world. A journey through the high seas of music that pursues to discover, connect and ultimately unite the nations. Portugal stands for bringing together countries and their cultures.]]>
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