Stig Rästa (ESC 2015) and Laura Põldvere (ESC 2005 and 2017) will take part in Eesti Laul 2020, to return to the Eurovision Song Contest. They are announced to be amongst the 24 particpants by broadcaster ERR.
The Eurovision Song Contest 2020 will be held in the city of Rotterdam in The Netherlands. The EBU and Dutch host broadcaster AvroTros confirmed the selection on their official channels. Dates for the shows are Tuesday 12, Thursday 14 and Saturday 16 May 2020.
Maastricht and Rotterdam remain in the race for Eurovision host city in The Netherlands. Dutch broadcaster NPO has announced this today. Utrecht, Den Bosch and Arnhem are out of the picture.
Amsterdam will not host Eurovision 2020. In an official statement, the local government states that the city “does not have the right venue that is available for long enough.” Five cities remain in the race to host the contest in the Netherlands.
Arnhem has solved one of the biggest problems of its Eurovision host city bid. The local government convinced football club Vitesse to move to another stadium for the end of the competition. If Arnhem wins the bidding process, football stadium Gelredome is now completely free [read more…]
Nine cities have applied for the organisation of Eurovision 2020 in the Netherlands. Among them are Amsterdam and Rotterdam, the two biggest cities in the country. Applicants have until July 10th to prepare their bidbook.
Armenia will probably return to Eurovision in 2020. Despite failing to qualify for the Grand Final for two years in a row, the Caucasion country seems to confirm a return to preselection format Depi Evratesil next year.
In a battle of the women, Iris has beaten Shannon for victory in the ESCDaily Prediction Contest. Iris came up with an amazing Grand Final prediction, which led her to victory.
Tomorrow, we will learn who wins the 2019 Eurovision Song Contest. But 50% of the results will already be decided tonight! Follow the jury rehearsal with us. In this blog you can read what we think of the vocal qualities of each country
If the decision were up to Kate Miller-Heidke, Australia would keep selecting its Eurovision entries through a national final. The current Australian representative tips Empire of the Sun, Troye Sivan and Electric Fields as potential candidates.