It’s the 1st of September, and you all know what that means – the new Eurovision season starts right now, and every song released from today onward is a potential Eurovision entry, and a potential winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 2022!
If you are a singer, a songwriter, producer, lyricist,… and your song gets released from today onward, it is also eligible to enter one of the many national selections the public broadcasters will be organizing, or to get selected internally by a national broadcaster. Starting from today, all of the national broadcasters will be revealing information about their Eurovision approach for 2022 (some countries such as Norway, Finland, Australia, Czech Republic and others have already opened their submission period) – whether they would organize a national selection, or whether they are going to pick an entrant (and a song) internally.
The 2021 Eurovision Song Contest is going to be held in Italy, in one of the remaining five candidate cities: Bologna, Milan, Pesaro, Rimini or Turin, and the EBU will announce the full list of participating countries for next year’s Contest in a couple of weeks time. Stay tuned to ESCBubble for more news to come soon. In the meanwhile, give a listen to the winner of the 2021 Eurovision Song Contest – “Zitti e buoni” by Måneskin.