Schedule and where to see Eurovision 2021

The big day has come. The Eurovision Song Contest come back with your 65th edition two years later (last year it was canceled due to the Coronavirus pandemic). The ceremony will take place at the Ahoy Rotterdam (Holland) the next few days May 18, 20 and 22.




All set in the ‘Ahoy’ of Rotterdam for the big day.

And why three days? well, because before the grand finale there will be two semifinals. The first the Tuesday at 9 p.m. and a second on Thursday at the same time. The Festival itself will therefore be the night of Saturday also at 21 hours.

The public chain TVE will be, as always, the one in charge of retransmitting the contest. Tony Aguilar and Julia Varela they will comment, for the third consecutive year, on everything that happens throughout the gala.

Thus, everyone who wishes can enjoy Blas Cantó and his ‘I’m going to stay’, as well as the actions of the other participating countries.

Blas sang during a Eurovision promotion event before traveling to Rotterdam.


Blas sang during a Eurovision promotion event before traveling to Rotterdam.

The event will, logically, have all the sanitary measures. In any case, each of them has already recorded their performance in case, finally, they could not travel to Rotterdam for reasons related to COVID-19. Such is the case, for example, of Australia. Despite not being European, he will be at Eurovision ‘21, although he will not do so in person.