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Junior Eurovision month is here!

01 November 2020 at 17:00 CET
Jury Final 2019 Thomas Hanses
After months of waiting November has finally arrived. A month full of Junior Eurovision excitement is ahead. Do you want to know what you can expect? Let’s find out!

The Junior Eurovision Song Contest will take place for the 18th time. Since 2003, 39 countries have taken part at the contest. This year its Germany who makes its debut pushing that number to 40. Germany will be joined by 12 other countries: Armenia, Belarus, France, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Malta, Russia, Serbia, Spain, The Netherlands, Ukraine and host country Poland.

11 of the 13 Junior Eurovision Song Contest participants Various

We already know 11 of the 13 songs that will be performed on 29 November. Armenia and Georgia will release their artist and songs in the weeks to come.

Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the artists of this years competition will not perform their song live on stage in Warsaw, but that does not mean that we don’t have an exciting show ahead. All the artists are currently in proces of recording their performances and host broadcaster TVP is preparing an amazing show which will be broadcast live from Warsaw.

The Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2020 stage TVP

Earlier, the stage design for this years contest was released. The visual displays you will see in Warsaw will be very modern and representative for a competition organised for young people in 21st century. It will even include a number of technical solutions that have never been used in Junior Eurovision before including elements of augmented reality!

As usual you will be also be able to follow the participants online. You will be treated to exclusive content which the artists will record for you as well as backstage reports from the recordings that will take place all over Europe. You do not want to miss that so make sure to subscribe to the official YouTube channel.

During this month you can get involved and interact with the Junior Eurovision stars in various Q and A sessions. Follow our official social media channels to be able to send in your questions. New this year is our TikTok account.

We hope you are just as excited as we are for the upcoming Junior Eurovision Song Contest! Who do you think the 18th winner of the Contest will be?