Overflowing with audio visual excellence and crafted by some of the finest technical and creative specialists in the industry, Eurovision is an event unlike any other. Zoe Mutter visited Tel Aviv for the final to witness a production triumph worthy of 12 points across the board. The energy inside Israel’s largest convention centre, the Tel Aviv Expo complex, was electric as the crowd of more than 7,200 waited for the world’s greatest song contest to begin. What followed was a Eurovision production spectacular complete with lightning-fast set changes, masterpieces of stage design and flawless audio visual technology that once again elevated the show to opening ceremony standard. The excitement extended to all areas of Tel Aviv – Israel’s cultural and commercial hub – in the build up to the grand final. From the celebrations hosted at the Eurovision Village pavilion near Tel Aviv beachfront to themed clubs and cafes filled with flamboyant flag-clad fans who had travelled from far and wide to watch the nations compete; Eurovision fever washed over the city. With a legacy of more than 60 years of musical celebration, Eurovision relies on a seamless technical backbone and has long b...