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The Red Carpet will take place at the Tel Aviv Museum of Art on Sunday 12 May 2019. The Museum of Art is one of Israel's leading artistic and cultural institutions.


After the Red Carpet, the Opening Ceremony of Eurovision 2019 takes place at the Museum of Art.


More details to follow.

RED CARPET OPENING - TEL AVIV ART MUSEUM

EUROVISION VENUES

The Expo Tel Aviv (also known as the Tel Aviv Convention Centre) includes the new Pavilion 2, which will be the arena for Eurovision Song Contest 2019. The Pavilion 2 was opened in 2015 and has a capacity of up to 10,000 people at most (depending on configuration). IPBC expects to have a capacity of around 9,000 spectators in the arena for the song contest.


The Green Room will be placed in Pavilion 1 in the complex. The Pavilion will also host the Press Centre, while the Pavilion 13 will be used for the production.


More details to follow.

EUROVISION SONG CONTEST - EXPO TEL AVIV

Eurovision Village is the official festival area held during Eurovision Song Contest 2019.


In Eurovision Village you can see live performances by artists, DJs, special events and public viewing of the shows broadcasted from the Arena.


The Eurovision Village will be located in Tel Aviv's Charles Clore Park, which is a public beachfront park, that usually hosts Tel Aviv's Pride Parade main event.


More details to follow.

EUROVISION VILLAGE - CHARLES CLORE PARK

Both these venues are yet to be confirmed.  No information has been given to whether they will be separate or joint venues.

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