The stage of the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2020
A render of the Junior Eurovision stage Photo: TVP

How we will Move The World this week

It’s the moment we’ve all been waiting for! Junior Eurovision week has finally arrived and you can now follow all the preparations in the lead up to the show right here and on our social platforms. Keep reading to find out what’s coming up next!

The Junior Eurovision Song Contest week will kick off with a reminder of what brought us back to Poland in 2020. You’ll be able to re-watch, relive and Share The Joy of the 2019 event all over again with the participants of this year’s Contest! The artists will sing-along, dance and comment on the performances while you can share your opinions in the live chat or tweet along using #JESCWatchParty.

From what has become a tradition, the official Opening Ceremony will take place on Monday. At 16:00 Central European Time we’ll connect you to the studio in Warsaw where host Mateusz Szymkowiak will introduce you to the participants appearing in the show. Prepare yourself for a special event that will also include guest stars!

From Monday you’ll also get to enjoy sneak previews of the upcoming performances including an exclusive view of the artists preparing to take the stage and perform their songs. You’ll find backstage photos on junioreurovision.tv as well as fun interviews with the artists so you can get to know them even better! In the lead up to their performances, content from three new countries will be revealed every day.

Performances have been recorded all around EuropeEBU / Stijn Smulders

In the upcoming week we’ll also be connecting the stars! The 2020 performers will digitally join Warsaw where they’ll take a virtual look backstage and interview each other. You and fans from all over the world will also get the chance to connect! You’ll be able to ask questions to some of the artists on our social channels which will then be answered in a Q and A video.

On Friday 27 November at 20:00 Central European Time, voting will start. You’ll be able to vote for your three favourite songs, including your own country if it’s participating in the competition. You can read all about how to vote on our dedicated page.

On Saturday you can ask questions to all the participants when they join in our big press conference streamed live from Poland. We’ll connect the stars to Warsaw and you’ll be able to ask your questions in the YouTube Live Chat.

On Sunday 29 November the big finale will take place! The live show will be broadcast at 17:00 Central European Time. Online voting will close just before the show and will re-open after all the songs have been performed. Then you will have another 15 minutes to cast your votes. At the end of the show, we will find out the winner and interview them! You’ll be able to watch the press conference live on our YouTube channel.

Who do you think will win? Let’s find out together on 29 November!

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