The preliminary schedule for the rehearsal week for the Eurovision Song Contest 2018 has been leaked online. The rehearsals will start on Sunday the 29th of April, with ten countries appearing on stage on the very first day. Australia has its first rehearsal on Tuesday [read more…]
Host Broadcaster RTP announced that the Eurovision Village, located at Terreiro do Paço, will open on the 4th of May. The central Eurovision hub in town will open its gates every day until the day of the Grand Final, 12th of May, from 10:00 in [read more…]
The successful artistic director Sacha Jean-Baptiste will create the staging performance for Jessica Mauboy’s “We Got Love”, the song that will represent Australia in Lisbon at the Eurovision Song Contest 2018.
Each country knows their starting slot at the Eurovision Song Contest 2018. The European Broadcasting Union and the host broadcaster RTP have announced the running order for both semi finals of the upcoming contest.
All 43 delegations have handed over the official Eurovision versions of their songs for the contest in Lisbon to the European Broadcasting Union. The EBU have bundled these entries and published recaps on their YouTube account.
Salvador Sobral will perform at the Eurovision Song Contest 2018. The winner of last year has been confirmed for the line-up of the opening and interval acts for the 2018 Eurovision Song Contest.
The semi final allocation draw for the 2018 Eurovision Song Contest has given Australia a place in the first half of the second semi final. They are in the same show as strong nations such as Russia, Romania, Sweden, Ukraine and Hungary.
The European Broadcasting Union has revealed the semi final allocation draw pots. Australia is in pot 5 together with Israel, Austria, Czech Republic, Malta and San Marino.
Broadcaster RTP chose four well known Portuguese television personalities and actresses to host the Eurovision Song Contest 2018. Catarina Furtado, Silvia Alberto, Filomena Cautela and Daniela Ruah, have all been confirmed as the presenters of Eurovision 2018.
The design for the stage on which the Eurovision Song Contest 2018 will be held, has been revealed. The stage for 2018 takes inspiration from the hull of a ship and reflects Portugal’s history and culture.