Delegations from 19 countries have worked tirelessly over the past week to perfect their performances. Now the time has come for them to sing in front of Europe in the hope of taking home the trophy. The live show of the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2019 will take place at Arena Gliwice in the Silesia region in Poland.
Where to watch?
You can watch the show live on tv via your local participating public broadcaster (find the list of all 19 broadcasters right here) or via the link below.
Who will be taking part?
During the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2019, we will see performances from Albania, Armenia, Australia, Belarus, France, Georgia, Ireland, Italy, Kazakhstan, Malta, North Macedonia, Poland, Portugal, Russia, Serbia, Spain, the Netherlands, Ukraine and Wales.
Check out the participant profiles right here.
How to listen to the songs?
Get to know your favourite songs before the show by streaming the official Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2019 album.
How to vote?
Each voter needs to select at least 3 songs, and no more than 5, to cast a valid vote. Viewers can also vote for their own country’s song.
Click here to vote!
You can vote for your favourite songs online from 20:00 CET on Friday 22 November. This first round of voting closes on Sunday 24 November at 15:59 CET, just before the live show.
The second phase of online voting takes place during the live show on Sunday 24 November, after all artists have performed. Then the voting window opens up for approximately 15 minutes.
Who will host?
The live show will take place at Arena Gliwice in the Silesia region of Poland and will be hosted by Ida Nowakowska, Aleksander Sikora and last year's Junior Eurovision winner Roksana Węgiel.
What to expect in the show?
Get an idea about what to expect by checking out the photo gallery of yesterday's Jury Show.
What will the winner get?
Apart from the honour of having made their country very proud, the winner will receive a custom-made glass microphone designed by Swedish glassware designer Kosta Boda. The company is also famous for creating the Eurovision Song Contest trophy since 2008.