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Eurovision 2023 - All you need to know

The 67th edition of the Eurovision Song Contest will be hosted by Liverpool in the United Kingdom on behalf of Ukraine following that nation's win in 2022.

Unfortunately, due to the current situation in Ukraine, the European Broadcasting Union (EBU) said the conditions "were not met to guarantee the safety and security of everyone working and participating in the event".

When and where?

Liverpool will host Eurovision 2023 at the M&S Bank Arena.

Shows will take place:

Semi-final 1: Tuesday 9 May

Semi-final 2: Thursday 11 May

Grand Final: Saturday 13 May


No information is available on tickets yet.

Who is competing?

37 nations will compete at Eurovision 2023.

  1. Albania

  2. Armenia

  3. Australia

  4. Austria

  5. Azerbaijan

  6. Belgium

  7. Croatia

  8. Cyprus

  9. Czech Republic

  10. Denmark

  11. Estonia

  12. Finland

  13. France

  14. Germany

  15. Georgia

  16. Greece

  17. Iceland

  18. Ireland

  19. Israel

  20. Italy

  21. Latvia

  22. Lithuania

  23. Malta

  24. Moldova

  25. The Netherlands

  26. Norway

  27. Poland

  28. Portugal

  29. Romania

  30. San Marino

  31. Serbia

  32. Slovenia

  33. Spain

  34. Sweden

  35. Switzerland

  36. Ukraine

  37. United Kingdom

Andorra, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Luxembourg, Monaco, Montenegro, North Macedonia and Slovakia have all indicated they will not be returning to the Contest in 2023.

Two countries have confirmed their artists so far. Israel will be represented by Noa Kirel and Cyprus will be represented by Andrew Lambrou.

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