The first semi-final of 2021 Eurovision Song Contest (ESC) will be held in Rotterdam, Netherlands, on Tuesday.
Contenders from Lithuania, Slovenia, Russia, Sweden, Australia, North Macedonia, Ireland, Cyprus, Norway, Croatia, Belgium, Israel, Romania, Azerbaijan, Ukraine and Malta will perform on stage of the Rotterdam Ahoy Arena.
Tornike Kipiani, Georgian 2021 ESC contender will perform number 10 in the second semifinal of the popular musical competition on May 20.
Tornike Kipiani will present an English-language song named You, a mix of rock, pop-rock, and blues-rock. He is the author and composer of the song.
Rotterdam will host 2021 large-scale competition on May 18, 20, and 22. The Georgian Public Broadcaster (GPB) will live-transmit both semifinals and finals.