The competition comes back to Britonisea, ten editions after the last competition in Britonisea, Quickenden.
We now go to Kyvivre, which is on the West Coast of Britonisea and the opposite side of Quickenden.
Kyvivre also recently hosted one of the biggest World Hit Festival’s in recent time with an impressive stage and graphics. Those who worked with the World Hit Festival are also working with the WorldVision 51 team.
It’s expected that thousands of tourists from abroad will come, especially Estogians, Aurevbushans and Arioslavians, who all border Britonisea.
The contest’s budget is $19 million NSD, which is $6 million less than WorldVision 41. The capacity has also decreased from 34,000 in Quickenden to 29,000. Britonisea’s concept is efficiency and perfection – not big and bold.
It’s expexted that 25 nations will go to Kyvivre including Britonisea. The contest will be hosted by Mehkl Maddox-Ajax Ajax, who won the Mehlodhifehstivalhen and Fedé Callahan who will represent Britonisea in World Hit in Arioslavia