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Parco del Valentino, Turin, will host the Eurovision Village
Parco del Valentino, Turin, will host the Eurovision Village

Parco del Valentino will host the Eurovision Village

La Città di Torino, in cooperation with the European Broadcasting Union (EBU) and Rai, is delighted to confirm that the Eurovision Village will return this year, and shall be located in and around Parco del Valentino, Turin.

The Eurovision Village will be open from Saturday 7 – Saturday 14 May, showcasing the Contest’s partners, local artists and interactive exhibits, all organised by Fondazione per la Cultura Torino.

Parco del Valentino was created as Italy’s very first public garden in 1856, and this much loved green space will act as a cultural hub for those attending the 66th Eurovision Song Contest.

Parco del Valentino, Turin, will host the Eurovision Village

The Village will be equipped with a stage and video wall too, so you can expect performances from the Eurovision 2022 participants, as well as a few surprises throughout the week.

The First and Second Semi-Finals, along with the Grand Final, will be broadcast on the big screens on Tuesday 10, Thursday 12, and Saturday 14 May, respectively.

The Eurovision Village will be organised and operated in compliance with local COVID-19 regulations, so do check before you make plans.

More details will be released in the coming weeks.

Let us know what you think via the official Eurovision Song Contest YouTube, Instagram, TikTok, Twitter and Facebook channels.

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