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EUROVISION 2020

Where and when will it be held?

The Netherlands won the 2019 contest and will be hosting it in 2020. The host city will be Rotterdam with the venue the Ahoy Arena which hosted Junior Eurovision in 2007. 

The first semi final will be on Tuesday 12 May, the second semi final Thursday 14 May and the Grand Final on Saturday 16 May.  

A decision by the Rotterdam City Council, the broadcasters NPO and the Eurovision Broadcasting Union will be made about the show in early April because of the Coronavirus (COVID19).

 

Tickets

The first wave of tickets have already sold out. There will be another wave in late January. Follow @aussievisionnet to keep up to date with information. Ticketswap is the official reseller of Eurovision 2020 tickets. 

 

Who is competing?

Entries confirmed 

All songs can be seen on the official Eurovision playlist

  1. Albania: Arilena Ara - 'Fall from the Sky'

  2. Armenia: Athena Manoukian - 'Chains on You'

  3. Australia: Montaigne - 'Don't Break Me'

  4. Austria: Vincent Bueno​ - 'Alive'

  5. Azerbaijan: Samira Efendi - 'Cleopatra'

  6. Belarus: VAL - 'Da Vidna'

  7. Belgium: Hooverphonic - 'Release Me'

  8. Bulgaria: VICTORIA - 'Tears Getting Sober'

  9. Croatia: Damir Kedžo – 'Divlji vjetre'

  10. Cyprus: Sandro Nicolas - 'Running'

  11. Czech Republic: Benny Christo - 'Kemama'

  12. Denmark: Ben & Tan - 'Yes'

  13. Estonia: Uku Suviste - 'What Love Is'

  14. Finland: Aksel - 'Looking Back'

  15. France - Tom Leeb - 'Mon alliée' (The Best of Me)

  16. Georgia: Tornike Kipiani -'Take Me As I Am'

  17. Germany: Ben Dolic – 'Violent Thing'

  18. Greece: Stefania – 'SUPERG!RL'

  19. Iceland: Daði & Gagnamagnið – 'Think About Things'

  20. Ireland: Lesley Roy - 'Story of My Life'

  21. Israel: Eden Alene - 'Fekir Libi'

  22. Italy: Diodato - 'Fair rumore'

  23. Latvia: Samanta Tina - 'Still Breathing'

  24. Lithuania: THE ROOP - 'On Fire'

  25. Malta: Destiny Chukunyere - 'All of My Love'

  26. Moldova: Natalia Gordienko – 'Prison'

  27. The Netherlands - Jeangu Macrooy - 'Grow'

  28. North Macedonia - Vasil Garvanliev - You'

  29. Norway: Ulrikke – 'Attention'

  30. Poland: Alicja – 'Empires'

  31. Portugal: Elisa - 'Medo de sentir'

  32. Romania: Roxen – 'Alcohol You'

  33. Russia: Little Big - 'Uno'

  34. San Marino - Senhit 'Freaky!'

  35. Serbia: Hurricane – 'Hasta la vista'

  36. Slovenia: Ana Soklič – 'Voda'

  37. Spain: Blas Canto - 'Universo'

  38. Sweden: The Mamas - 'Move'

  39. Switzerland: Gjon's Tears - 'Répondez-moi'

  40. Ukraine: Go_A - 'Solovey'

  41. United Kingdom: James Newman - 'My Last Breath'

 

Countries that have competed previously but have confirmed they will not be participating

  1. Andorra

  2. Bosnia and Herzegovina

  3. Hungary

  4. Luxembourg

  5. Monaco

  6. Montenegro

  7. Slovakia