The New Logo Of Eurovision 2021 Is Here

The EBU have just published the new logo for Eurovision 2021:

The new logo shows the power of connection that is fulfilled by the concept of the Eurovision Song Contest. The new design is inspired by the world map with Rotterdam as the beating heart of Europe in May 2021.

Sietse Bakker, the Executive Producer of Eurovision 2021 said:

“The logo connects Rotterdam with the capitals of the participating countries and symbolises coming together, regardless of the form”. The Eurovision Song Contest will continue next year, no matter what. We hope to welcome the participants, press and fans to Rotterdam in May; physical if possible, virtual if necessary.
Thanks to developments regarding vaccines and reliable rapid tests, we are now cautiously optimistic about what can be done responsibly in May. And all of Europe is now watching us. With creativity and decisiveness, inspired by that typical Rotterdam resilience, we are going to make something very special out of it, I am convinced of that!”

(Eurovision 2020 logo)

The new logo is an extension of the Eurovision 2020 logo. It carries the simplicity and minimalism of the former logo. But it adds a festive touch to celebrate the returning of the Eurovision Song Contest after a year of absence.

Rotterdam is the center of the globe that’s connected to each of the other 40 Capital cities of the participating countries. The full graphic explanation can be found here:

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In addition, the post cards format has been also revealed this week:


This year, the artists will be presented to the public through images shot in their own country.
The images will be shown on the framework of a so-called ‘tiny house’. The house will be located in different places in the Netherlands that suit the artist.

The house is the central theme as out houses became our natural environment along the last period (due to the Covid-19 restrictions and social distancing)

The municipalities or regions that are interested in being filmed in the postcards can submit an application until the 31 of December 2020. The application can be submitted here

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I live in Israel and watch Eurovision since the early 2000s. I work as a mathematician but have a big interest in singing, music, and writing

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