Rehearsals will begin tomorrow morning with Montenegro kicking off procedings. You will find a full list of the schedule here.
Reports from those already in Moscow are very positive. The arena itself is still being finished but the stage is said to be magnificent! With a budget of 35 million in comparison to Serbia's 9.3 million there are great expectations!
Eurovision producer Tarmo Krimm said 'This is the biggest stage for Eurovision that has ever been built. My breath catches even when I speak about this. To build it is almost like building a skyscraper'
You can follow the stage construction on the Eurovisiondiary website.
400 students will work as volunteers during the contest build up. The opening ceremony will take place on May 10th at 10pm local time.
Channel one also plans to merge the opening party with a 'Legends of Eurovision' event featuring Lys Assia, Ruslana, Marija Serifovic and Dima Bilan.
The Euroclub will be launched on May 5th and they are expected to welcome 1,500 guests daily.
For those travelling to Moscow the underground map is vital. Click here.