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Eurovision 2024: All you need to know




The Eurovision Song Contest 2024 will be held in Malmö, Sweden.


Sweden are hosting after winning the 2023 Contest with Loreen's song 'Tattoo'.


When is it on?


There will be three live broadcasts during the week of Eurovision.


Semi-final 1: Tuesday 7 May

Semi-final 2: Thursday 9 May

Grand Final: Saturday 11 May



Tickets


Limited tickets are available via Ticketmaster Sweden. If no tickets are available, they will become available through the official resale. This is when people who have bought tickets sell them online.




Countries, songs and artists competing


There are 36 countries at the Contest.


Entries are chosen by the broadcaster or through a national selection process.

As of February 20, twenty-seven countries have selected their artist and/or their song.


Twenty songs have been revealed, while the other seven artists are yet to release their song.


The songs are:


  1. Luxembourg: Tali - 'Fighter'

  2. Denmark: Saba - 'Sand'

  3. Belgium: Mustii - 'Before The Party's Over'

  4. Cyprus: Silia Kapsis - 'Liar' (yet to be released)

  5. United Kingdom: Olly Alexander - 'Dizzy' (yet to be released)


The artists are:


  1. Greece: Marina Satti

  2. Netherlands: Joost Klein

  3. Austria: Kaleen

  4. Georgia: Nutsa Buzaladze

  5. Israel: Eden Golan



The full list of nations competing in 2024 (with their broadcasters in brackets) are:


  • Albania – RTSH

  • Armenia – AMPTV

  • Australia – SBS (*EBU Associate)

  • Austria – ORF

  • Azerbaijan – İctimai

  • Belgium – RTBF

  • Croatia – HRT

  • Cyprus – CyBC

  • Czechia – ČT

  • Denmark – DR

  • Estonia – ERR

  • Finland – YLE

  • France – FT

  • Georgia – GPB

  • Germany – ARD/NDR

  • Greece – ERT

  • Iceland – RÚV

  • Ireland – RTÉ

  • Israel – Kan

  • Italy – RAI

  • Latvia – LTV

  • Lithuania – LRT

  • Luxembourg - RTL

  • Malta – PBS

  • Moldova – TRM

  • Netherlands – AVROTROS

  • Norway – NRK

  • Poland – TVP

  • Portugal – RTP

  • San Marino – SMRTV

  • Serbia – RTS

  • Slovenia – RTVSLO

  • Spain – RTVE

  • Sweden – SVT

  • Switzerland – SRG SSR

  • Ukraine – Suspilne

  • United Kingdom – BBC


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