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Eurovision Song Contest 2023

Eurovision Song Contest 2023

After the victory of Kalush Orchestra in Turin, it is unsure if the Eurovision Song Contest 2023 will take place in Ukraine due to Russia's unjustifiable invasion of the country

We will update this page with all the information about Eurovision 2023 as it appears.

Where will Eurovision 2023 be held?

The winning country traditionally hosts the following year's contest, with some exceptions since 1958.

After the victory of Kalush Orchestra in Turin, it is unsure if the contest will take place in Ukraine in May 2023 due to Russia's unjustifiable invasion of the country. Read more: Will Eurovision 2023 be held in Ukraine?

When is Eurovision 2023?

Eurovision 2023 will be held in May. The dates have not been announced yet.

The Eurovision week will have three shows: Semi-final 1 on Tuesday, Semi-final 2 on Thursday and the Grand Final on Saturday.

The possible dates for Eurovision 2023 are:

Semi-final 1
Tuesday
Semi-final 2
Thursday
Grand Final
Saturday
25 April27 April29 April
2 May4 May6 May
9 May11 May13 May
16 May18 May20 May
23 May25 May27 May

Participants

9 countries have expressed their interest for participation in the contest, which is subject to change:

EBU Member Broadcasters, on behalf of their countries, have until October 2022 to formally submit their applications to take part in Eurovision 2023.

Tickets

Tickets usually go on sale in November/December the year before, so we expect the tickets for Eurovision 2023 to be released late 2022. Read more: How to get tickets for Eurovision 2023

Eurovision Village

Eurovision Village is the official festival area during Eurovision Song Contest 2023.

In Eurovision Village you can see live performances by artists, DJs, special events and public viewing of the shows broadcast from the Arena.

EuroClub

The EuroClub is the venue for some special parties, the official after parties and performances by participants.

EuroCafe

EuroCafe (also known as Euro Fan Café) is the place for fans to meet for parties and special events during the Eurovision week. EuroCafe is organized by the OGAE fan clubs.

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