Well, hello to you too and welcome to our litttle corner in the Eurovision Universe.quote:
You are always welcome here. On youre day of or by lunch!quote:
You could ask Cornald Maas on April 6 if he has any idea about the hosting city. He is the one that does the tv comments during Eurovision shows and he is in the comittee that chooses the artist anually. Do you know Cornald? Or else I will introduce you to him in Amsterdam at EIC. "Hi Cornald this is Matt and he has to book his hotel so spill the beans". Has to work.quote:Op woensdag 27 maart 2019 18:08 schreef MattESCunited het volgende:
Well, planning is still in its infancy. But I am looking at potential arenas as the most important thing for me is the proximity of my accommodation to the arena. I booked my room in Tel Aviv the day the venue was announced and saved a bunch of money.
Personally I think it is a no brainer to be Amsterdam and if it is Amsterdam there is really only one venue that can host is, which is the Ziggo Dome.quote:
Dank voor de tip!quote:
I don’t want to think about that, that’s ‘asking the Gods’ (is this right?)quote:
I'm quite late but HI MATT!!quote:
Hi Matt!quote:Op woensdag 27 maart 2019 16:37 schreef MattESCunited het volgende:
Well, Hi everyone.
It was brought to my attention that there is a thread dedicated to my work which is such a nice thing to see. Thank you, everyone, for your support on this, I'm beyond flattered and encouraged to continue my work to the best of my abilities.
I'd wish you all good luck but, clearly you don't need it as your country is going to (rightfully) own the contest this year.
If you happen to be in Amsterdam for Eurovision in concert, make sure to say Hi as I will be attending the event and will be there most of the day.
Thanks again, I love these gifs, I keep forgetting how animated I can be at times