Last November, Poland held in Gliwice one of the biggest even of the year, The Junior Eurovision Song Contest. Besides delivering a fantastic show, Poland also did the impossible and won the contest for the second time in a row as 12 years old
Viki Gabor thrilled the crowd with “Superhero”
Today it was revealed that Poland is about to set another record, this time as the first-ever country to host the show years after year. in an official statement, the EBU has released this morning, Poland was confirmed as the host country for Junior Eurovision 2020.
Junior Eurovision 2020 dates and the host city is yet to be revealed. still, knowledgeable sources address that the host city has been chosen and we are heading to Kraków.
— Jon Ola Sand (@jonolasand) March 5, 2020
Jon Ola Sand, the EBU’s Head of Live Events said: “We are delighted that TVP will be making history once again by hosting the Junior Eurovision Song Contest in 2020. Last year’s event in Gliwice set a new benchmark for the competition. The stunning production brought the Contest to a new level and we are so happy to be working with the talented team at TVP again this year.”