Eurovision is moving to the Netherlands Thanks to Duncan Laurence victory in Tel-Aviv.
The next edition of the song contest will be organized by 3 Dutch national broadcasters working together NPO1, AVROTROS, and NOS.
NPO has revealed that the chosen city to host Eurovision 2020 will be announced in August, which is way earlier than expected. Out of 9 cities applied for the honor to host the show, 2 cities are still on the race
Amsterdam Arnhem Breda Den Bosch Leeuwarden
The Hague Utrecht
The EBU has signed a long-term partnership with the haircare Moroccanoil to be the official sponsor of the show and also confirmed that the main production 4 nuclei team will be consists of:
- Sietse Bakker (Executive Producer Event)
- Inge van de Weerd (Executive Producer TV)
- Emilie Sickinghe (deputy Executive Producers)
- Jessica Stam (deputy Executive Producers)
🤝Meet the core team in charge of creating an incredible #Eurovision next year in The Netherlands! 🇳🇱
— Eurovision (@Eurovision) July 5, 2019
So far, 39 countries have been approved to take part in the next edition of the contest and some of them begun revealing their preparations (like UMK national final returning in Finland).
Albania (Festival I Këngës 58)
Australia (Eurovision – Australia Decides 2020)
Belgium – Hooverphonic – ?
Croatia (Dora 2020)
Denmark (Dansk Melodi Grand Prix 2020)
Estonia (Eesti Laul 2020)
Finland (UMK 2020)
Georgia (Georgian Idol)
Iceland (Söngvakeppnin 2020)
Israel (Hakohav Haba La’Eurovision)
Lithuania – Eurovizijos Atranka 2020
North Macedonia (Internal selection)
Norway (MGP 2020)
Portugal (Festival da Canção 2020)
Serbia (Beovizija 2020)
Spain – Blas Cantó – ?
Sweden (Melodifestivalen 2020)
The Netherlands (Internal Select)
The United Kingdom (Partnership with BMG)