Now that the 2020 Eurovision Song Contest has been cancelled, participating broadcasters face a difficult decision. Will they maintain their artist? Or will they take the opportunity to select a new participant for Eurovision 2021?
When we write this, it is the 2nd of May 2020. Normally, the rehearsals for the Eurovision Song Contest 2020 would have kicked off today. But we know, the year 2020 is not normal…
At the Eurovision Song Contest 2021, for the first time in history, it is allowed for countries to use prerecorded backing vocals during the performances. The rules of the Eurovision Song Contest have been amended to ensure that the contest can take place in May [read more…]
The Eurovision Song Contest 2021 will take place on 18, 20 and 22 May. The dates for next year’s Contest were announced at Ahoy in Rotterdam, the venue for next year’s show.
The European Broadcasting Union (EBU) and its Dutch Members NPO, NOS and AVROTROS are excited to have reached an agreement to stage the Eurovision Song Contest 2021 in Rotterdam at the Ahoy Arena. The Dutch city was due to host the Contest this month before [read more…]
The chosen songs for the cancelled Eurovision Song Contest 2020 are not allowed to take part at the contest in 2021, which possibly will be held in Rotterdam after all. The EBU confirmed this news in a press statement on Friday.