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The Eurovision Song Contest 2024

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About The Contest

The Eurovision Song Contest 2024 is set to be the 68th edition of the Eurovision Song Contest. It is scheduled to take place in Malmö, Sweden, following the country’s victory at the 2023 contest in Liverpool with the song “Tattoo” by Loreen.

Organised by the European Broadcasting Union (EBU) and host broadcaster Sveriges Television (SVT), the contest will be held at the Malmö Arena, and will consist of two semi-finals on 7 and 9 May, and a final on 11 May 2024. It will be the third edition of the contest to take place in Malmö, which hosted it in 1992 and 2013, and the seventh in Sweden, which last hosted it in Stockholm in 2016.

On 14 November 2023, the EBU and SVT announced that “United by Music”, the slogan of the 2023 contest, would be retained for 2024 and future editions.

As of December 2023, 37 countries have publicly confirmed their intention to participate in 2024. Luxembourg is set to return to the contest 31 years after its last participation in 1993.

About The Venue

Malmö Arena is a multi-purpose indoor arena in Malmö, Sweden, and the venue for home games of SHL ice hockey club Malmö Redhawks. It is the largest arena in the SHL, and the second-largest indoor arena in Sweden. Apart from hosting Redhawks hockey matches, the arena is often the venue for team handball, floorball, concerts, and other events. It has also hosted indoor athletics. Owned and operated by Parkfast AB, the arena was designed by Mats Matson of MM Matsson Konsult AB, Hannu Helkiö of Pöyry Architects, and Gert Wingårdh of Wingårdh arkitektkontor. Naming rights for the venue are owned by Malmö Stad, in a ten-year contract, agreed in 2007. The venue hosted the 2014 World Junior Ice Hockey Championships from 26 December 2013 to 5 January 2014. It hosted the Eurovision Song Contest between 14 and 18 May 2013, and will host the same event again between 7 and 11 May 2024.

The Superfan Panel

As always, our very own Superfan Panel are the eagerest of Eurovision fans!
Our main panel of Euro Gurus will be reviewing all of this years participating songs, and revealing their opinions and scores for each entry as usual.
The panellists have also taken on the responsibility of attempting to predict this years winning entry!

Our experts will be listening to all of this years entries, carefuly scrutinising each one.
Their collective views and points will feature in the show each week, and allow us to build our very own leaderboard on this page, which will be updated as each entry is reviewed on the show.

Once all the entries have been heard and reviewed, more of our superfans will have their say, as our second panel of Eurovision followers get to add their own points to the totals in order to create our final scoreboard – our equivalent of the Public Televote round in the real contest.

We will then showcase the 15 songs that all of our superfans have rated the highest in our special Contender Countdown show, revealed just before the Song Contest in Malmö.
In addition, in that specials show all of our Superfans will also be predicting which entry they think will win the actual contest on May 11th!

Reviews Leaderboard

Review scores will appear here each week:

“The Code”
Nemo

SWITZERLAND


37

“Europapa”
Joost Klein

NETHERLANDS


36

“Ulveham”
Gåte

NORWAY


34

“La noia”, Angelina Mango
ITALY

34

“Teresa & Maria”, Alyona Alyona & Jerry Heil
UKRAINE

31

“Unforgettable”, Marcus & Martinus SWEDEN

31

“Luktelk”, Silvester Belt
LITHUANIA

30

“The Tower”, LUNA
POLAND

27

“Mon amour”, Slimane
FRANCE

26

“We Will Rave​”, Kaleen
AUSTRIA

26

“Dizzy​”, Olly Alexander
UNITED KINGDOM

26

“Veronika”, Raiven
SLOVENIA

25

“Sand”, Saba
DENMARK

25

“Rim tim tagi dim”, Baby Lasagna
CROATIA

25

“Grito”, Iolanda
PORTUGAL

25

“Zorra”, Nebulossa
SPAIN

23

“(nendest) narkootikumidest ei tea me (küll) midagi”, 5miinust & Puuluup
ESTONIA

23

“11:11”, Megara
SAN MARINO

22

“Hurricane”, Eden Golan
ISRAEL

22

“Loop”, Sarah Bonnici
MALTA

20

“Before the Party;s Over”, Mustii
BELGIUM

20

“One Milkali”, Electric Fields
AUSTRALIA

19

“Titan”, Besa
ALBANIA

19

“No Rules”, Windows95man
FINLAND

18

“In the Middle”, Natalia Barbu
MOLDOVA

17

“Liar”, Silia Kapsis
CYPRUS

16

“Ramonda”, Teya Dora
SERBIA

16

“Hollow”, Dons
LATVIA

15

“Fighter”, Tali
LUXEMBOURG

14

“Zari”, Marina Satti
GREECE

14

“Doomsday Blue”, Bambie Thug
IRELAND

13

“Pedestal”, Aiko
CZECHIA

11

“Always on the Run”, Isaak
GERMANY

8

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