Six countries will shoot Live On Tape next weekend in Sofia. As we first revealed to you on March 15, the production company that hosted the Junior Eurovision 20215 in Bulgaria, has prepared a scene with high standards and specifications for the video of the live on tape, the live show that the EBU is asking of everyone the participants of this year’s contest.
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The six countries that will be in Sofia
The six participants who will travel to Bulgaria over the weekend to shoot the live on tape are as follows:
- Bulgaria with Victoria and Growing Up Is Getting Old
- Greece with Stefania and Last Dance
- Cyprus with Elena Tsagrinou and El Diablo
- Croatia with Albina and Tick-Tock
- Malta with Destiny and Je Me Casse
- Moldova with Natalia Gordienko and Sugar
What is Live On tape?
According to what was announced, all participating broadcasters were asked to record a live performance of their participation in their country or somewhere else. This recording will be delivered before the contest and will take place in a studio. The recording will take place in real time (as it would in the Contest) without making changes to the vocals or any part of the show itself after the recording.
There will be freedom in the missions, to present as they consider their entries better, but instructions will be given which will ensure the fairness and integrity of the competition. There will be no audience and the recording should be unique and not be published before the event in May.
Delegations are allowed to use similar technical capabilities and dimensions that would be available on stage in Rotterdam, but are also free to choose a more limited production facility. Video recordings must not contain augmented or virtual reality, overlays, confetti, drone shots, water, color use or green screen.
Of course Eurovisionfun will keep you informed of everything that will happen in Sofia this important weekend.