A literally last minute news. In a recent TV interview in the Netherlands, the executive producer of Eurovision 2021, Sietse Bakker, essentially reveals how the contest will take place.
According to Sietse Bakker, the primary concern of the organizers is to bring all the artists and delegations to Rotterdam in May.
Our priority is to bring all artists and expeditions to the Netherlands. If there is no other option, then the contest should be held without an audience.
Sietse Bakker, however, did not rule out the possibility of seeing the audience on the stands of the Ahoy Arena, he simply shifted the decisions for the presence or not of the audience in the arena for April!
Let’s postpone the decisions for the audience for later. Until mid-April.
Once again, the executive producer of Eurovision 2021 stated that the announcement of the scenario based on which the 65th Eurovision Song Contest will take place, will take place by mid-February.
The above means that the worst case scenario currently being considered is C, with the live presence of all the artists who can travel to Rotterdam and the absence of the audience. Apparently we will be late to find out if we finally see the colorful mosaic of fans in May at the Ahoy Arena.
Stay tuned to Eurovisionfun for all the developments related to our favorite contest!