Eurovision 2016: Stage construction in progress

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Eurovision is approaching and the excitement is rising in Stockholm as the construction of  2016 Eurovision stage is in full progress. Today we bring you some of the latest pictures from M&M Production Manangement‘s Eurovision 2016 Diary.

Things are gearing up really fast in Stockholm as the countdown to the 2016 Eurovision Song Contest has kicked off in the host city. In approximately 2 weeks delegations, artists, accredited media and journalists, Eurovision fans will land in Stockholm to witness the 61st edition of our beloved Eurovision Song Contest.

Whilst the city is all geared up to dress up for the occasion, there is lots going on inside the Globe Arena, where M&M Production Management are working round the clock constructing the 2016 Eurovision stage.

The construction of the 2016 stage kicked off at Globen Arena earlier this month.

Photographs from 12 Ola Mezig’s Diary -12 April

st 6 A total of 12 big projectors will be used

(photo credit: M&M Production Management)

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The cases with the LED floor (photo credit: M&M Production Management)

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The construction of the sub floor in full progress

(photo credit: M&M Production Management)

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The construction of the stage full progress

(photo credit: M&M Production Management)

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 Ola Mezig on his segway with the backdrop of the stage construction at Globe Arena

(photo credit: M&M Production Management)

M&M Production Management is the company in charge of constructing the Eurovision stage, they have been responsible for the construction of many of the Eurovision Song Contest and Junior Eurovision Song Contest  stages in recent years. Ola Mezig and M&M Production Management have launched a Eurovision diary where the latest photographs from the stage construction are posted every day showcasing both the work, progress and construction of the 2016 Eurovision stage.

M&M Production Management will be running the Eurovison Diary for the 10th time, having it kicked off in 2002 when it was responsible for the stage construction back in 2002 when the Eurovision Song Contest was held in Tallinn, Estonia.

The 2016 Eurovision stage is scheduled to be held on 10, 12 and 14 May at the Globe Arena in Stockholm, Sweden.

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  • MarioVision

    With these windows, Globe Arena looks like a ship to me..
    (Esc)TODAY 104 years ago the #1 most famous ship TITANIC sank.

  • MarioVision

    (With these cyclic windows) Globe Arena looks like a ship to me.
    (Esc)TODAY 104 years ago the #1 most famous ship TITANIC sank.