Eurovision 2015 – With two weeks to go to the contest, daily rehearsals start and of course the Eurovision Times will do its best to cover them; here’s for the first rehearsals to the first half of semifinal 1: pics and vids will be officially released and we get to discuss, debate, analyze, predict…
So this is how it’ll work for the next 10 days or so: the girls are in Vienna and it’s all down to me to finally use my webmaster status and help around by publishing the official articles and newsfeed. The girls will regularly make articles on whichever fun activities they get to witness and share with us.
Every morning, I’ll put up the day’s schedule for rehearsals (and red carpet or whichever other event is due on that day) and as soon as I can, I’ll get working on a recap article with links to pictures, videos, etc. However, I do work and have busy weeks at work ahead of me so I’ll do that at the latest in the evening, sooner if possible, depending.
So we’re all counting on you guys to post in the comment section all the links you find and discuss all material out there. Hope it works out great for everyone, and already a big cheers to all the sites who will post their own made materials (Esckaz, Escxtra, Escinsight and the infamous Esctoday come to mind).
Here’s tomorrow’s schedule:
- 11 12:00 Moldova First rehearsal
- 11 12:40 Armenia First rehearsal
- 11 13:20 Belgium First rehearsal
- 11 14:00 The Netherlands First rehearsal
- 11 14:25 Moldova Press Meet & Greet
- 11 15:05 Armenia Press Meet & Greet
- 11 15:45 Belgium Press Meet & Greet
- 11 15:50 Finland First rehearsal
- 11 16:25 The Netherlands Press Meet & Greet
- 11 16:30 Greece First rehearsal
- 11 17:10 Estonia First rehearsal
- 11 17:50 F.Y.R. Macedonia First rehearsal
- 11 18:15 Finland Press Meet & Greet
- 11 18:55 Greece Press Meet & Greet
- 11 19:35 Estonia Press Meet & Greet
- 11 20:15 F.Y.R. Macedonia Press Meet & Greet
There will therefore be 8 countries getting their first taste of the stage and first impression from it. As usual, in first go, countries rarely reveal everything from their staging, definitely not the clothes. But the fans get an idea of what direction the performance is heading towards. Usually, the official site publishes photo sets from rehearsals and a short clip (around 90 seconds) about the artist’s impressions around 40 minutes later. Last year it was not possible for any fan sites to record anything else, so you’ll have to just read what everyone there thought about it without seeing more with your own eyes (and of course hear with your own ears).