More Scheduling Information Released For Eurovision 2020

Open up to Rotterdam! More scheduling information has been released for the upcoming 2020 Eurovision Song Contest. The City of Rotterdam has published the document, signed with NOS, with information regarding the hosting of the 2020 Eurovision Song Contest. Within the document, there are provisional dates, they are: Reference Group Meetings – taking place on…

What’s Up Weekly – 28 October

Your weekly dose of Eurovision happenings, featuring Linda Martin, opening ceremonies, slogans, The Eurovision Takeover, and much more!

‘Open Up’ To The 2020 Eurovision Song Contest

The official slogan of the 2020 Eurovision Song Contest, taking place in Rotterdam, The Netherlands this May. ‘Open Up‘ is the official slogan of the contest, taking place in the Rotterdam Ahoy next year, on the 12th, 14th and 16th of May. The Executive Producer Event of the contest, Sietse Bakker, has given a statement…

#UNITED: Introducing The Eurovision Takeover 2020!

ESCtakeover is proud to announce the second edition of The Eurovision Takeover, a site project that aims to bring the fans what they want in elegant fashion. The live show will be on 2 May, and it will air live on 3 May. What is The Eurovision Takeover? At ESCtakeover, we try to give fans…

Bulgaria: Eurovision Song Contest Participation Possible?

Photo: Bulgaria at JESC 2016. © Wikimedia Recently, it was announced that indeed Bulgaria would be participating in the 2020 Eurovision Song Contest. Find Out More Here. In this article, we review everything that’s happening with Bulgaria and the Eurovision Song Contest 2020, held in Rotterdam, the Netherlands. First things first, let’s clarify why we’re…

Cyprus says…This is a man’s world!

RIK, the Cypriot national broadcaster, has revealed that after Eleni Foureira with “Fuego” and Tamta with “Replay”, they are bound to send a male act to represent the island in Rotterdam.

Belgium: Hooverphonic to Eurovision 2020

Belgium, a country with two broadcasters and three official languages, has given the responsibility of choosing their next Eurovision entrant to the Flemish (variant of Dutch) broadcaster, VRT. The broadcasters VRT and Francophone broadcaster RTBF alternate responsibilities for the task of selecting the Eurovision entrant and entry. Over this decade, VRT has sent Tom Dice,…

What’s Up Weekly – 30 September

Each week in Eurovision season brings a slew of news on the Eurovision front. This is an aggregation of all the news from the past week going into next week.

Eurovision’20: The Ticket Scam You Need To Avoid

Recently, it was announced that the 2020 Eurovision Song Contest would take place in Rotterdam, The Netherlands on the 12th, 14th and 16th of May. Since that release of information, external ticketing companies have been coming up with ideas to make money, for example: by selling fake tickets. As noted in the Eurovision Song Contest…

Rotterdam Will Host The 2020 Eurovision Song Contest on the 12, 14 & 16th of May!

The European Broadcasting Union and this year’s three Dutch broadcasters have announced that Rotterdam will host the 2020 Eurovision Song Contest. Rotterdam and the Rotterdam Ahoy have been announced as the hosting city and venue for next year’s Eurovision Song Contest. The city was shortlisted from five Dutch cities to two, beating Maastricht to the…