The Eurovision Song Contest is coming to Liverpool - here's what you need to know

Are you excited for Eurovision Song Contest 2023, coming to Liverpool?

It's a once in a lifetime event you don't want to miss! This blog post will tell you everything you need to know about attending the Eurovision Song Contest in Liverpool.

We'll cover the best tips, tricks, and fun facts to help you get the most out of the experience. So whether you're a Eurovision fan or a first-time viewer, this guide will have something for everyone.

Get ready to experience the excitement of Eurovision Song Contest 2023, in Liverpool!

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What is the Eurovision Song Contest?

When and where is it happening?

The Eurovision Song Contest will take place in Liverpool in 2023.

The M&S Bank Arena will host the event, with the semi-finals on 18th & 20th May, and the Grand Final on Saturday 22nd May.

Concerts and other events surrounding the competition will be hosted throughout the city in the weeks leading up to the finals. This gives plenty of time for flexible working arrangements to be made, if needed.

With the popularity of Eurovision continuing to grow, Liverpool will be buzzing with anticipation come May 2023!

Who is performing?

A total of 41 countries will be participating, with artists from across Europe and Australia battling it out for the title.

The full list of acts and their song by country is here. 

As always, Eurovision promises to provide viewers with an eclectic mix of music genres and styles.

Aside from the performers, the Eurovision Song Contest is a great way to take part in flexible working and explore the many Liverpool events taking place at the same time.

It also offers an exciting opportunity to see some of the best performers in Europe compete for the coveted title. So get ready to enjoy this unique and entertaining event!

How can I watch it?

Tickets for the live shows sold out very quickly when they went on sale! If you missed out, but are in Liverpool, you could head for the Eurovision Fan Zone, where 25,000 people will be able to watch the shows live.

You can also watch the contest from the comfort of your own home with several different options. Many TV channels around the world will be broadcasting the show live, so you’ll be able to tune in wherever you are.

You can also stream it online, or access various other streaming platforms such as YouTube and Apple TV.

What are the rules?

The Eurovision Song Contest has rules that must be followed for the competition to be fair and enjoyable for everyone.

First and foremost, the songs performed must be original compositions and not cover versions. Additionally, each country may only submit one song, and the song cannot be longer than three minutes.

Each act is then judged by a professional jury as well as viewers at home. The viewers can vote for their favourite acts via phone or online, with the countries’ scores being determined by the combined results of both the jury and the viewers. The country with the highest score will be crowned the winner of Eurovision 2023.

What should I expect?

The Eurovision Song Contest is one of the most iconic music events in the world and the first time it’s been hosted in the UK since 1997. 

This is a unique opportunity for you to witness some of Europe’s top talent competing for the grand prize. A wide range of musical styles and genres will be represented by this year’s competitors and viewers can expect a range of costumes, dazzling light shows, and a vibrant atmosphere.

Due to the popularity of the event, tickets for Eurovision 2023 sold out quickly. For those unable to attend, there will be plenty of opportunities to watch online via live streaming, making it easy to enjoy this event from anywhere in the world.

There will also be plenty of other related events happening around Liverpool to celebrate Eurovision 2023.

This could be anything from music festivals to art exhibitions, giving flexible working professionals and locals alike the chance to get involved in some great Liverpool events.

No matter what type of activity you choose, it’s sure to be a fantastic experience.

How can I get involved?

If you're in the Liverpool area, then you should make plans to attend one of the events surrounding Eurovision Song Contest! Make a weekend of it by attending some of the many events going on around the city.

If you can't make it to Liverpool, there are still ways to get involved. You can join the conversation online by following the official Eurovision 2023 account on Twitter and sharing your thoughts on the performances. 

If you're interested in participating in the event itself, you could consider flexible working opportunities with the Eurovision Song Contest in the months leading up to the event. Whether you're a performer or a behind-the-scenes organiser, there are lots of ways to get involved with the Eurovision Song Contest.

What are some fun facts about the Eurovision Song Contest?

The Eurovision Song Contest is one of the most popular events in Europe. It’s an annual singing competition, which has been taking place since 1956. Eurovision is often seen as a celebration of European culture and it’s one of the most-watched television programs in the world. Here are some fun facts about the Eurovision Song Contest:

  • Eurovision 2023 will take place in the M&S Bank Arena in Liverpool, making it the first time a city outside of London will host the event.
  • This year’s event is set to be the first Eurovision that allows for flexible working. The contest will include remote entries, and virtual meetings and will give more opportunities to performers who may not have been able to make it to the venue.
  • The Eurovision Song Contest has featured some incredible performers over the years, including ABBA, Celine Dion and Madonna.
  • The first ever Eurovision song was ‘Refrain’ by Lys Assia from Switzerland, which won the contest in 1956.
  • Eurovision is also known for its wacky acts and costumes, such as Conchita Wurst’s iconic bearded performance in 2014.
  • Eurovision is one of the biggest ever Liverpool events and will attract tens of thousands of visitors to the city.

So, if you’re looking for a fun and unique experience, you should check out this year’s Eurovision Song Contest in Liverpool!

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