With just under an hour to go until the 15th edition of the Junior Eurovision Song Contest takes place at the Olympic Palace in Tbilisi, Georgia – we’ve compiled a quick recap of some of the elements to look out for while watching the show, with a fun game spotting things that you can play with your friends! Similar to a drinking game, (minus the alcohol – it’s JESC after all!) it’s something to keep you busy during the packed 2h 15m show!
Some of these are below:
A number of this years performances feature trees and similar things growing. How many can you spot?
There’s at least four different musical instruments that are used in this year’s performances. How many can you find?
Hair/costumes – there are quite a few. How many can you spot?
Many things spin this year. People, cameras, dancers. Keep an eye out for them!
There’s a number of performances that have sections in different colours – black and white, sepia, and green. What countries use them?
It really wouldn’t be Eurovision without the props. A few countries are using them – but who?
There’s no denying that there’s some incredible singers this year. Many performing high or long notes. Who’s do you thing is the best?
Things from previous ESC/JESC’s shows:
You may find hoverboards, dry ice, wind machines, blocks, butterflies – what ones can you spot?
Be sure to watch the show from 16:00 CET this afternoon – either one one of the channels that are airing it (including channels in non-competing countries, Kazakhstan and Israel), or via the junioreurovision.tv or YouTube platforms. You can also vote for your favourite 3, 4, or 4 songs at jesc.tv
Enjoy the show!