Hello Europe! Welcome to Eurovision This Month: October 2021.
The Host City is no longer shrouded in mystery... we’re off to Turin!
Eurovision 2022 will take place on 10, 12 and 14 May in PalaOlimpico.
Joining us in Italy are 41 participating countries including the welcome return of Armenia and Montenegro.
A new Eurovision Museum opened in Húsavík for previews this month.
It contains items from Iceland’s illustrious Eurovision history, including Yohanna’s dress, Gagnamagnið’s keytars and Hatari’s pugil stick.
Can they add the Eurovision trophy when it opens fully in 2022?
Also revealed this month: Turin 2022 merchandise!
From key-rings and fridge magnets, to lanyards and socks.
Whether you’re buying gifts for loved ones or looking to keep your own tootsies toasty: check out the shop!
Junior Eurovision heads to the ‘City of Light’ on Sunday 19 December.
And if you’re not sure where that is, check out the exclusive arena design
Paris takes centre stage! C’est fantastique!
Check out the most up-to-date participant line-up on JuniorEurovision.tv
Finally, revisited the 2012 Contest in Baku.
Fans were whipped up into a state of Euphoria as they once again voted for Loreen to top a poll...as they probably will forever till the end of time.
You can watch the classic Contest on our official ILpost channel.
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