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Junior Eurovision: Change of venue for the 2017 contest

Georgia’s public broadcaster GPB will host the Junior Eurovision Song Contest at the modern 4,000-seat Olympic Palace in Tbilisi. This means there will be a different venue for the contest than previously announced.

The Olympic Palace was considered more suitable than the previously announced Sports Palace for its numerous facilities for delegations, media and fans.

Earlier this week, the EBU announced that 16 countries, including Australia, will take part at the event, showcasing talented artists aged 9-14. The show will take place on Sunday, 26 November 2017 16:00-18:00 CET.

One Response to “Junior Eurovision: Change of venue for the 2017 contest”

  1. beccaboo1212 says:

    So the 10,000-seat Sports Palace is kinda “scary”?

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