Host city to be announced tommorow, September 9th!

At Grand Final of 2016 Eurovision Song Contest, which happened in May, in Stockholm, Ukraine got a chance to grab its second victory at the competition, with Jamala and her song 1944. We’ve been through so many cancelled press conferences, where Ukraine’s broadcaster NTU was about to announce host city of the upcoming Eurovision next year – but as they’re promising now, it’s happening for real. Host city wil be announced tommorow!

Jamala won the competition with a song '1944'. Photo: Andres Putting (EBU)
Jamala won the competition with a song ‘1944’. Photo: Andres Putting (EBU)

Ukraine went through so many unsuccessful tries to organise a press conference, where they were about to announce a host city for the 2017 Eurovision Song Contest. But now, as they’re saying, it’s going for real. According to Ukrainian government, who released a news, official Eurovision ‘briefing’ is about to happen tommorow, on September 9th, at 13.00 local time (12.00 CET) in Vlada House Press Center.

What do you think? Is Eurovision parade after 13 year returning back to the Kyev, or to the sunny and sea-surrounded Odessa? Let us know in the comments below! Meanwhile you’re waiting for an announcment, take a look how Executive Supervisior of the Eurovision Song Contest provided his insight into the Host City, as well at Jamala’s winning performance of 1944 once again.

You will be also able to follow press conference via YouTube, right down below!

 

 

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