Work has officially started today to build the stage for the 2021 Eurovision Song Contest at the Rotterdam Ahoy Arena.
The crew has around a month to get things ready for the first set of rehearsals.
Currently, organisers hope to offer around 3500 tickets. The show is a trial for live events during Pandemic restrictions, with the Dutch government working with an organisation called Fieldlab. More news about how and when tickets will be available is expected on 28 April.
The hope is that all 39 acts will take to the Rotterdam stage. To keep things as safe as possible, testing stations will be available for crew members, performers, delegation members, and the press, who will need to take a test every 48 hours.
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