The Piazza San Carlo, a beautiful Baroque-style square at the historical centre of Turin, is speculated by the Italian press to be the location of the Eurovision Village 2022.
This square dates back to the 16th century and it’s know for receiving several other events, such as the ATP Tennis Final, concerts and live TV sport events… and it will broadcast once again live, not any sport match, but the amazing Eurovision Song Contest Live Shows!
As it has been common every year, the Eurovillage will be the hotspot where fans will gather, as well as merchandise and sponsors stalls will be located. A stage will be set up where participating artists and many others will perform for the Eurovision fan community.
The Eurovision Song Contest 2022 will take place on May 10, 12 and 14 2022 in ParaOlimpico.