Malmö of Sweden to host the 68th Eurovision Song Contest in May 2024!

Sweden » Malmö

  • First Semi-Final: Tuesday, 07 May, 2024, 21:00 CEST
  • Second Semi-Final: Thursday, 09 May, 2024, 21:00 CEST
  • Grand Final: Saturday, 11 May, 2024, 21:00 CEST
  • Venue & Location: Sweden Malmö Arena, Malmö-Sweden

Sweden will host the 68th Eurovision Song Contest following Loreen’s triumph in Liverpool in May 2023 with Tattoo; her victory means that Ireland and Sweden are now tied for the most Eurovision Song Contest wins, with 7 each. The Grand Final of the Eurovision Song Contest 2024 will take place in the Malmö Arena on Saturday 11 May with Semi-Finals on Tuesday 7 and Thursday 9 May. The 68th Eurovision Song Contest will be hosted by a Hollywood star and an iconic Eurovision-veteran; Malin Åkerman and Petra Mede will together lead the three broadcasts, live from Malmö Arena. Swedish broadcaster SVT, together with the European Broadcasting Union (EBU), will organize the Contest thanks to Loreen’s historic win in Liverpool in 2023. Artists representing public broadcasters in 37 countries will participate in the 2024 Eurovision Song Contest. 31 countries will compete in the Semi-Finals. 10 countries from each Semi-Final will qualify for the Grand Final. The so-called “Big 5” countries, France, Germany, Italy, Spain and the United Kingdom are automatically qualified for the Grand Final. Sweden’s song in 2024 will not have to qualify from the Semi-Finals as is traditional for the winning country of the previous year.

Greece's entry to the 68th Eurovision Song Contest is now out - time to get acquainted with 'ZARI' by Marina Satti. The acclaimed singer-songwriter, Marina Satti, will represent her nation on what is the 50th anniversary of Greece’s first Eurovision Song Contest participation. “ZARI” is a song that, with Marina's unique tone and artistic interpretation, marries modern, traditional and ethno elements. The lyrics talk about love, but also about the risks we have to take sometimes; like a dice we throw despite never knowing what it will bring us. ZARI had its music composed by Marina Satti, OGΕ, Nick Kodonas, Kay Be, Jay Stolar, Gino the Ghost and Jordan Palmer, with lyrics written by VLOSPA, OGE, Marina Satti and Solmeister. Greece will perform in the Second Semi-Final, at the 2024 Eurovision Song Contest.

Being in the audience of the Eurovision Song Contest, while Europe and the world are watching, is an experience of a lifetime! Tickets for the 68th Eurovision Song Contest in Malmö went on sale via


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