Semi-final allocation draw 2017
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ESC 2017: Running order of Semi-finals revealed

The running order of the two Semi-finals at Eurovision 2017 has been revealed. As the three previous years, the producer of Eurovision Song Contest decides the running order

The producer of this years Eurovision, the Ukrainian broadcaster UA:PBC, has revealed the running order for the two semi-finals at Eurovision Song Contest 2017. The last four years the producers of the shows have decided the running order based on an allocation draw. The allocation draw took place on 31 January 2017. Here the participants were distributed to the two semi-finals, and it was determined whether each country will participate in the first or second part of the semi-final.

Semi-final 1

9 May 2017

1Sweden iconSweden
2Georgia iconGeorgia
3Australia iconAustralia
4Albania iconAlbania
5Belgium iconBelgium
6Montenegro iconMontenegro
7Finland iconFinland
8Azerbaijan iconAzerbaijan
9Portugal iconPortugal
10Greece iconGreece
11Poland iconPoland
12Moldova iconMoldova
13Iceland iconIceland
14Czech Republic iconCzech Republic
15Cyprus iconCyprus
16Armenia iconArmenia
17Slovenia iconSlovenia
18Latvia iconLatvia

Semi-final 2

11 May 2017

1Serbia iconSerbia
2Austria iconAustria
3North Macedonia iconNorth Macedonia
4Malta iconMalta
5Romania iconRomania
6Netherlands iconNetherlands
7Hungary iconHungary
8Denmark iconDenmark
9Ireland iconIreland
10San Marino iconSan Marino
11Croatia iconCroatia
12Norway iconNorway
13Switzerland iconSwitzerland
14Belarus iconBelarus
15Bulgaria iconBulgaria
16Lithuania iconLithuania
17Estonia iconEstonia
18Israel iconIsrael
Russia was originally planned to participate as number 3, but has withdrawn from Eurovision 2017
Vote in Semi-final 1:
Italy iconItaly
Spain iconSpain
United Kingdom iconUnited Kingdom
Vote in Semi-final 2:
Germany iconGermany
Ukraine iconUkraine
France iconFrance

The running order for the Grand Final will be decided by the broadcaster UA:PBC after Semi-Final 2 on Thursday 11 May 2017. The decision will be based on a draw, that determines whether each qualifying country will participate in the first or second part of the Grand Final.

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