Two months before the Eurovision Song Contest 2019 takes place, the EBU has released some artist impressions of this year’s stage. The designer is Florian Wieder, who constructed the Eurovision stage on several occasions in recent years.
Israel will perform 14th in the Grand Final of the 2019 Eurovision Song Contest. As the producers of the show determine the running order of the Grand Final, their running order position is traditionally drawn during the Heads of Delegation meeting.
Ukraine will not take part at the Eurovision Song Contest 2019. The country did not manage to find an artist willing to take part in accordance with a set of additional rules, set up by broadcaster UA:PBC, who has confirmed the news on Wednesday afternoon.
Broadcaster KAN released the prices for tickets to attend the Eurovision Song Contest 2019 and they are quite more expensive than in recent years. A regular standing spot in the hall for the grand final on Saturday the 18th of May will cost approx. 281 [read more…]
Australia will compete in the first semi final of the 2019 Eurovision Song Contest. This has been decided at the allocation draw in Tel Aviv today. Australia’s artist will perform in the second half of the show.
On Monday the 28th of January at 17:00 CET, the Semi-Final Allocation Draw will take place, where it will be decided which country will perform in which of the two Semi-Finals of the Eurovision Song Contest 2019. The 36 Semi-Finalists have been allocated into six [read more…]
The European Broadcasting Union and Host Broadcaster KAN have announced the four hosts that will present the 64th edition of the Eurovision Song Contest, which will take place in Tel Aviv on the 14th, 16th and 18th of May. Bar Refaeli, Erez Tal, Assi Azar [read more…]
Inspired by the Eurovision 2019 event slogan, Dare to Dream, the EBU and Israeli Host Broadcaster KAN have unveiled this year’s artwork; three triangles which, when united, shine together to create a golden star.
42 countries will take part in the 64th Eurovision Song Contest in Tel Aviv in May 2019. When compared to this years contest, Bulgaria is the only country that has withdrawn for the next edition.
Bulgaria will not take part in the Eurovision Song Contest 2019. The broadcaster BNT is basing its decision on financial reasons, “because the costs of the project far exceed the financial capacity of BNT according to the Management of the broadcaster”.