The 61st Eurovision Song Contest will take place in Stockholm, Sweden, on 10, 12 and 14 May, 2016.

  • Deadline for song entry for the participating broadcasters: 14 March
  • Deadline to apply for media accreditation: 8 April
  • Opening of the Press Centre: 2 May
  • Welcome Reception & Red Carpet Ceremony: 8 May

The most watched, loved, hated, talked about, campiest, overdressed entertainment show in the world: Eurovision.

After Mans Zelmerlöw won in 2015 with his animated friend and the song Heroes, Stockholm will be most likely to host the 61rst edition of Eurovision Songcontest in 2016.

The Semi-Finals of the 61rst Eurovision Song Contest are set to take place on Tuesday 10 and Thursday 12 of May, with the Grand Final scheduled for Saturday, the 14th of May 2016.


Thousands of European fans - from Ireland to Germany, from Spain to Moldova - will come to Vienna for a long week full of bad or exciting songs, hot shot parties and Eurovision fun! 


The Eurovision Song Contest is one of the longest running television shows in the world. It was on the 24th of May, 1956, that Europe saw the first ever Eurovision Song Contest. After all those years, the contest is one of the most typical European traditions and without doubt, Europe's favorite TV show! Måns Zelmerlöw and Petra Mede will be your hosts during the two Semi-Finals and Grand Final.

Watch Australia's Sound of Silence by Dami Im!


This is the second ever Australian entry at the Eurovision Song Contest

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