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The European broadcasting Union (EBU) and Dutch broadcasters have signed an agreement on holding the Eurovision 2021 in Rotterdam at the Ahoy Arena, which this year was turned into a hospital. This city was to take the competition in 2020 until canceled due to the coronavirus.

This is stated in the message the organizers on the website eurovision.tv. The host city was announced during the show Eurovision – Europe, Shine A Light, which was broadcast in more than 40 countries, is the Grand final of this year on may 16.

“We are very pleased that we can now move forward. It is very important that the Eurovision song contest back next year, and we are pleased to make the necessary commitment of our colleagues in the Netherlands to bring this spectacle to the audience worldwide,” said Executive supervisor of the Eurovision Martin Österdahl.

As previously reported, Rotterdam wants to host the competition in 2021 and give doctors free tickets.

Developments surrounding COVID-19 will clearly affect planning in the coming year for a complicated global broadcast with many international stakeholders. In this ever-changing and challenging environment, the EBU will, therefore, work with its Dutch Members and the City of Rotterdam to ensure the continuity of the event in a number of different scenarios.

Sietse Bakker, Executive Producer Event, added: “Our team is proud and excited to look forward with renewed energy to organize a fantastic Eurovision Song Contest in 2021. Yes, with a sense of realism that fits with the times we live in, but also with ambition and creativity. We are looking forward to working with the entire Eurovision family to make it happen.”

It would appear that most elements from Eurovision 2020 will be kept on for 2021.

The Rotterdam 2021 announcement was accompanied by the existing “open up” slogan. It would seem that the logo will also be retained — headers on the official Eurovision social media accounts have already been updated for 2021, complete with the 2020 branding.

The three show hosts — Chantal Janzen, Jan Smit and Edsilia Rombley are also set to return. Speaking to wiwibloggs before Eurovision: Shine A Light, Edsilia confirmed that they will be back for 2021. Online host NikkieTutorials also told wiwibloggs that she’ll be back next year.

The EBU’s current line is that Eurovision will take place in “the spring of 2021”. This has raised some eyebrows, given that Eurovision has come to be traditionally associated with the month of May. In its early years, the contest hopped back and forth between March, April and May. However, in recent decades it has always been May. The last time this was not the case was in 1994 when the final took place on 30 April. Organisers are reluctant to set a date as there are many events — both national and international — which will also be due to take place in the same period.

As we learned earlier, the participants moved to 2021 Eurovision may stay the same, but the song must be new. Today, 18 artists, scheduled for 2020, confirmed that they will once again represent his country in 2021. For more details, the organizers promise to tell soon. While we are waiting for Eurovision Song Contest 2021 there are many Online Gambling Offers on the net.

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