The EBU has released a press statement on Friday, saying they are exploring the options to showcase an alternative programming, to honour the artists that would have taken part at the late Eurovision Song Contest 2020.
The Eurovision Song Contest 2020 has been cancelled. Due to the outbreak of the coronavirus in Europe, the beloved music contest can not take place this year.
Out of the 41 participating countries at the Eurovision Song Contest 2020, 23 of them chose their act through a national final. In this article we are analysing the results of these national finals. Which act won the jury vote and who travels to Rotterdam [read more…]
Host country The Netherlands will perform as 23rd in the running order of the grand final of the Eurovision Song Contest 2020. This has been decided during the Heads of Delegation meeting in Rotterdam.
Dutch Radio 2 has announced and confirmed that DJ Afrojack will perform as interval act at the grand final of the Eurovision Song Contest 2020. The internally acclaimed DJ will do a gig together a 65-piece orchestra.
With many sports events cancelled due to the coronavirus crisis, a lot of people question whether the Eurovision Song Contest can take place as planned. As of early March, the Dutch National Institute for Public Health officially stated that the contest is not yet in [read more…]
According to Executive Producer Jon Ola Sand, the Eurovision Song Contest 2020 will be “a slick program, full of technical highlights.” The Norwegian chairman speaks about his last contest with the Dutch newspaper AD.
After the semi-final allocation draw of the Eurovision Song Contest 2020 on Tuesday, we now present you the first analysis of the upcoming contest in May. And we look at the statistics of the past, we see that the nations that have had the best [read more…]
The semi-final allocation draw for the 2020 Eurovision Song Contest has given Australia a place in the first half of the first semi-final. As a result, they are eligible to open the show on the first semi-final.
The European Broadcasting Union announced Martin Österdahl as the new Executive Supervisor for the Eurovision Song Contest and Junior Eurovision Song Contest. He takes over from Jon Ola Sand.