The slogan for the 2020 edition of Eurovision has now been revealed as ‘Open Up.’ The slogan and theme around the contest will act as the creative foundation for the show, which will be held in Rotterdam, The Netherlands in May next year.
Olta Boka is one of the participating artists at Festivali i Këngës in Albania. She previously won that competition and took part at Eurovision in 2008.
Spain will be represented at the Eurovision Song Contest 2020 in Rotterdam by singer Blas Cantó. The 27 year old singer has been selected internally by the Spanish broadcaster RTVE.
Belgium has selected their artists for the Eurovision Song Contest 2020 in Rotterdam. The group Hooverphonic will be singing in their neighbour country in May next year.
Jon Ola Sand, the Eurovision Song Contest’s Executive Supervisor since 2011, has announced that the 2020 Contest will be his last in the role. As work continues on the 65th Contest, the EBU will conduct a selective search for Jon Ola’s successor.
The United Kingdom will not have a televised public selection for the Eurovision Song Contest 2020. In contrast to recent years, the BBC will work together with record company BMG to find their act for Rotterdam.
Recently the dates and host cities for Sweden’s national selection Melodifestivalen were revealed, as well as the first participant of the line-up and now we know the hosts of the show.
The final of P4 Nästa has taken place in Linköping, where a total of eight finalists competed not only to win the contest, but potentially to become the first announced Melodifestivalen act for 2020. It can be the case that the winner of the radio [read more…]
After Duncan Laurence won the Eurovision Song Contest 2019 on behalf of The Netherlands, the first steps towards hosting the contest in The Netherlands in 2020 have already been taken.
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.