Eurovision 2024, Where And When Begins

Eurovision is the popular song contest, Eurovision 2024 is hosted by Sweden. A year after Eurovision fans flocked to Liverpool for an incredibly successful event organized on behalf of Ukraine.

The UK will be represented by singer Olly Alexander, whose song Dizzy was made available on streaming outlets this past Friday.

Later on, Alexander will appear on BBC Radio 2’s Zoe Ball to formally introduce the song and his Eurovision bid.

Before the competition in 2024, here’s all the information you need to know about it.

How Many Countries Taking Part In Eurovision 2024?

The European Broadcasting Union (EBU) hosts the annual Eurovision Song Contest, a televised songwriting competition.

37 artists will compete in the 2024 competition, selected by EBU member broadcasters to represent their nation.

Original music with a maximum duration of three minutes is required. No more than six singers and dancers may occupy the stage at once during the performance; lead vocals must be done live.

Most nations competing in Eurovision are in Europe. However, Australia competes annually after receiving an invitation to enter a performance in the 2015 competition as part of the 60th-anniversary festivities it.

Australia, though, is unable to host. Should it ever triumph, it would have to choose a country in Europe to host the competition on its behalf.

Israel and other non-European nations are permitted to take part since they are EBU members

Where Does The Event Take Place? Which Is The Host Country?

Sweden is hosting the 2024 competition after Loreen’s song Tattoo won in 2023.

After winning the competition once with Euphoria in 2012, she became the first woman to win the competition twice.

This year it is being hosted in Malmo for the third time, and it’s the eighth time that Sweden has hosted the contest.

The Swedish group Abba’s first Eurovision victory with Waterloo took place 50 years ago in 2024, and there have been rumors that they would be involved.

However, Bjorn Ulvaeus and Benny Andersson of Abba informed the BBC that they will neither be participating in the final nor writing Sweden’s submission.

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