There are 41 countries taking part in the Eurovision Song Contest 2021 in Rotterdam. Check out the list of participants for Eurovision 2021 and watch their performances!
How the contest will turn out to be in 2021 is still very certain. For a long time, the EBU kept the scenario of a contest in full swing on the table, but on the 3rd of February they announced it was not possible. There are now three scenarios remaining, with the main focus on getting (all) the artists in Rotterdam to actually perform on stage. Read all you need to know about the Eurovision Song Contest 2021 in the article below. An overview of all selected entries can be seen beneath the hyperlink.
Full list of participants for the Eurovision Song Contest 2021
Below you can see all the 41 chosen artists for Eurovision 2021 You can listen to the songs by clicking on the song title. The clip will open in a new screen of your browser.
Semi final 1, Tuesday 18th of May 2021
|first half||Ireland||Lesley Roy||Maps|
|first half||Lithuania||The Roop||Discoteque|
|first half||North Macedonia||Vasil||Here I Stand|
|first half||Slovenia||Ana Soklic|
|second half||Azerbaijan||Samira Efendi|
|second half||Croatia||Albina Grčić||Tick-Tock|
|second half||Cyprus||Elena Tsagrinou||El Diablo|
|second half||Israel||Eden Alene||Set Me Free|
|second half||Malta||Destiny Chukunyere|
|second half||Norway||TIX||Fallen Angel|
Semi final 2, Thursday 20th of May 2021
|first half||Austria||Vincent Bueno|
|first half||Czech Republic||Benny Cristo||Omaga|
|first half||Greece||Stefania Liberakakis||Last Dance|
|first half||Iceland||Dadi Freyr & Gagnamagnid|
|first half||Moldova||Natalia Gordienko||Sugar|
|first half||San Marino||Senhit|
|first half||Serbia||Hurricane||Loco Loco|
|second half||Albania||Anxhela Peristeri||Karma|
|second half||Finland||Blind Channel||Dark Side|
|second half||Georgia||Tornike Kipiani|
|second half||Latvia||Samanta Tina|
|second half||Switzerland||Gjon’s Tears|
Grand Final, Saturday 22nd of May 2021
|23||The Netherlands||Jeangu Macrooy|
|–||Spain||Blas Cantó||Voy A Quedarme|
|–||United Kingdom||James Newman|
Returning artists to the Eurovision Song Contest
In 2021, we will also see a couple of artists taking the stage of the Eurovision Song Contest again. Not counting the many artists that were supposed to represent their nation in the cancelled contest of 2020. However, this is not unique. The last time we had 0 returning artists in the contest was back in 2004.
Sanja Vučić previously represented Serbia in the 2016 contest with the song “Goodbye (Shelter)”. She will return as a member of the band Hurricane. Natalia Gordienko previously represented Moldova alongside Arsenium in the 2006 contest with the song “Loca”. Senhit previously represented San Marino in the 2011 contest with the song “Stand By”.
Stefania represented the Netherlands in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2016 as part of the group Kisses. She will now take part on behalf of Greece. Destiny Chukunyere won the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2015 and provided backing vocals for Michela Pace for Malta in 2019. The Mamas members Loulou Lamotte, Ashley Haynes and Dinah Yonas Manna were part of the backing singers for John Lundvik when he represented Sweden in 2019.