19 countries will participate at Junior Eurovision 2019

The EBU has revealed the final participant list for this year’s Junior Eurovision Song Contest. A total of 19 countries will participate at the contest which will be held in Gliwice-Silesia, Poland, in November.

Here are the participating nations:

Albania (RTSH)
Armenia (AMPTV)
Australia (ABC / SBS)
Belarus (BTRC)
France (France TV)
Georgia (GPB)
Ireland (TG4)
Italy (RAI)
Kazakhstan (Khabar Agency)
Malta (PBS)
North Macedonia (MKRTV)
Poland (TVP)
Portugal (RTP)
Russia (RTR)
Serbia (RTS)
Spain (RTVE)
The Netherlands (AVROTROS)
Ukraine (UA:PBC)
Wales (S4C)

Spain is returning the contest for the first time since 2006 while Kazakhstan and Wales return after their debut year last year.

Jon Ola Sand, the EBU’s Head of Live Events and JESC Executive Supervisor said “We are delighted to welcome talented young performers from 19 countries to the 17th Junior Eurovision Song Contest. TVP are promising a fantastic show which will allow all the contestants to shine as they #ShareTheJoy with young audiences and their families across Europe.”

This post has been made in collaboration with our Australian partner website Eurovision Union

1 Comment

  1. IF ONLY 19 COUNTRIES WILL BE PARTICIPATING IN THE FESTIVAL I THINK THAT THIS WILL BE THE POOREST EVENT OF THE EBU…WHAT HAPPENS TO THE REMAINING COUNTRIES?…IN THE NORMAL EUROVISION CONTEST THERE ARE MORE THAN 40 PARTICIPANTS AND THERE ARE THREE EVENTS NOT ONLY ONE…I THINK THE EBU MUST BRING JUNIORS FROM ALL THE COUNTRIES IT BRINGS GROWN-UPS…

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