Eurovision 2020 Logo
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Open Up – Here is the logo for Eurovision 2020

EBU has just revealed the logo and theme artwork for Eurovision Song Contest 2020 in Rotterdam

The slogan for Eurovision Song Contest 2020 Open Up was revealed back in October 2019, and now the logo and theme artwork have been revealed by the Dutch public broadcaster and the European Broadcasting Union (EBU).

The logo symbolizes the celebration of the 65 years of Eurovision Song Contest and the 41 countries that will take part.

The logo represents the flag colours of the 41 countries participating in Eurovision 2020 in order of their first participation.

Sietse Bakker, Executive Producer Event of Eurovision 2020, says:

– This design follows the characteristics of Dutch Design: minimalistic, experimental and innovative. It tells a story, it’s colourful, festive and, not unimportantly, widely applicable.

Jon Ola Sand, Executive Supervisor of Eurovision Song Contest, says:

– We are extremely pleased with the artwork for the Eurovision Song Contest 2020 that perfectly celebrates our 65 year heritage. The impactful design also encapsulates the event’s modern values of diversity and inclusivity and beautifully complements this year’s slogan "Open Up".

Eurovision 2020 logo and theme
Photo: EBU

Eurovision slogans through the years

Every year since 2002, with the exception of 2009, each Eurovision has had its own slogan accompanied the theme artwork. Do you remember the 16 former slogans?

2002 Tallinn  A Modern Fairytale
2003 Riga  Magical Rendez-vous
2004 Istanbul  Under The Same Sky
2005 Kyiv  Awakening
2006 Athens  Feel The Rhythm!
2007 Helsinki  True Fantasy
2008 Belgrade  Confluence of Sound
2009 Moscow  no slogan
2010 Oslo  Share The Moment!
2011 Düsseldorf  Feel Your Heart Beat!
2012 Baku  Light Your Fire!
2013 Malmö  We Are One
2014 Copenhagen  #JoinUs
2015 Vienna  Building Bridges
2016 Stockholm  Come Together
2017 Kyiv  Celebrate Diversity
2018 Lisbon  All Aboard!
2019 Tel Aviv  Dare to Dream
2020 Rotterdam  Open Up

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