Here at wiwibloggs, we like the colour pink, so we’re tickled pink to see it being used in so many staging concepts this year. The 80s is back and many delegations have taken inspiration from the mid-1980s style of neon lights, lasers and bold pink and teal colour palattes. But which 80s-inspired staging do you like the best?
Check out the preview clips of the acts with 1980s-inspired staging and vote for your favourites. As always, you can vote for as many acts as you like, but you can only vote once — so choose carefully!
Azerbaijan: Efendi – “Mata Hari”
Efendi and her dancers wore black costumes as they danced in front of a pink and teal background.
Croatia: Albina – “Tick-Tock”
Albina wore silver and crystals, while her dancers accessorised with harness styles. Their LED wall had neon-inspired pink-toned graphics.
Denmark: Fyr & Flamme – “Øve os på hinanden”
Fyr & Flamme took inspiration from their teal guitar and vintage pink jacket. The LEDs were themed in similar colours.
Greece: Stefania – “Last Dance”
Stefania went for purple with her costumes, but her background graphics included plenty of moody pinks with blue lines.
Iceland: Daði og Gagnamagnið – “10 Years”
Daði og Gagnamagnið included graphics from their video game and moody night sky scenes — but there was still room for some 80s-inspired colours.
Israel: Eden Alene – “Set Me Free”
Eden delivered two costumes in silver and black, and she stood out against background graphics of pinks and teals.
Lithuania: The Roop – “Discoteque”
While The Roop were resplendant in yellow, they performed against high-contrast background graphics featuring lots of purple and 80s postmodern styles.
Malta: Destiny – “Je me casse”
Destiny was pretty in pink, along with her dancers. As well as representing rose in her costume, Destiny also performed in front of pink graphics.
Moldova: Natalia Gordienko – “Sugar”
Natalia worked a silver outfit, with her dancers in black. Her sweet staging was presented in pink accented neon grids.
Poland: Rafał – “The Ride”
While Rafał wears black and his dancers are in white, they perform in front of busy graphics include 80s-style grid lines.