TONIGHT: The Grand Final of Eurovision 2017
Publish Time 2017-05-13 10:00:00
The Grand Final of 2017 Eurovision Song Contest (ESC) will be held on May 13, at Kyiv's International Exhibition Centre. Georgian Public Broadcaster (GPB) will air the musical event live, starting from 23:00 (local time).
26 acts will compete for the trophy and the right to host the 2018 Eurovision Song Contest.
The List of participants:
1. Israel - IMRI, with the song - I Feel Alive
2. Poland - Kasia Moś, with the song - Flashlight
3. Belarus - Naviband, with the song - Story of My Life
4. Austria - Nathan Trent, with the song - Running On Air
5. Armenia - Artsvik, with the song - Fly With Me
6. The Netherlands - OG3NE, with the song - Lights and Shadows
7. Moldova - Sunstroke Project, with the song - Hey Mamma
8. Hungary - Joci Pápai, with the song - Origo
9. Italy - Francesco Gabbani, with the song - Occidentali's Karma
10. Denmark - Anja, with the song - Where I Am
11. Portugal - Salvador Sobral, with the song - Amar Pelos Dois
12. Azerbaijan - Dihaj, with the song - Skeletons
13. Croatia - Jacques Houdek, with the song - My Friend
14. Australia - Isaiah, with the song - Don't Come Easy
15. Greece - Demy, with the song - This is Love
16. Spain - Manel Navarro, with the song - Do It For Your Lover
17. Norway - JOWST, with the song - Grab The Moment
18. United Kingdom - Lucie Jones, with the song - Never Give Up On You
19. Cyprus - Hovig, with the song - Gravity
20. Romania - Ilinca ft. Alex Florea, with the song - Yodel It!
21. Germany - Levina, with the song - Perfect Life
22. Ukraine - O.Torvald, with the song - Time
23. Belgium - Blanche, with the song - City Lights
24. Sweden - Robin Bengtsson, with the song - I Can't Go On
25. Bulgaria - Kristian Kostov, with the song - Beautiful Mess
26. France - Alma, with the song - Requiem
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