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Here we go! It's Eurovision time! 🎉
The world's attention is now tuned on Rotterdam, where the 65th edition of the Eurovision Song Contest will soon take place! 🎵
For those who still don't know the Eurovision, it's an international music contest where each country (but not all of them) sends the a delegate singer as contest attendant. Countries can select their participants with different modalities (either by music contests or different selection criteria). The winning country will host the event the following year.
You can follow Eurovision regardless of your musical tastes as it is an event that goes beyond music! The most fascinating part of Eurovision is that in a single evening (if you only follow the grand final) you have the opportunity to appreciate music styles, traditions, cultures and trends from different countries. A mix of colours and melodies that I look forward to every year with more enthusiasm!
You can already listen to the songs that will compete in the Eurovision final! 🎉
Here's a video that lasts about 14 minutes, but gives you a general overview of the 39 incredible competing songs! 🎵
I already have my list of favourite songs, but I will post it later.
I recommend you to listen to the songs so that you are ready for the semi-finals (18th and 20th of May) and the Grand Final of the 22nd of May at 9pm CET.
Have you ever followed the Eurovision Song Contest?
What is your favourite song this year?
Are there any songs from previous editions that you would like to share? We've seen plenty of hilarious and memorable performances.... 🤣. I challenge you to post the most eccentric and unique performance!
I look forward to reading your thoughts in the comments 👇