Eurovision 2017: Kyiv officially applies to host the contest

by Sanjay (Sergio) Jiandani 28 views3

NTU, the Ukrainian national broadcaster has confirmed today that Kyiv is the first city to have officially submitted its bid to host the forthcoming 2017 Eurovision Song Contest. Who’s next?

The 2017 Eurovision host city bidding race kicked off on 24 June and will conclude on 1 August and will consist of 4 stages. Cities wishing to officially bid to host the 2017 ESC edition can officially apply until 8 July.

Kyiv is set to bring the contest back to the city for the 2nd time in Eurovision history. Kyiv has officially submitted its bid to host the 2017 ESC to NTU, the Ukrainian national broadcaster. The city of Kyiv will do its utmost best to welcome Europe next May if it wins the bid.

Bidding cities have to comply with the rules and regulations of the 2017 Eurovision Song Contest and the requirements to host the event.

The preliminary dates for the 2017 Eurovision Song Contest have been set on 9, 11 and 13 May.

Which will be next city to officially submit its bid to host the 2017 ESC? Lviv? Odessa? Dnipro?….

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  • Richard Palermo

    Since when is Kyiv a country?

  • Alex

    Latest news! Mr Nischuk, the Minister of Culture of Ukraine has just declared that there is no appropriate place in the Ukraine to hold the Song Contest!!! oops

  • Alex

    Well, and no money for that either!
    Those cities they all crave money to finance them! But there’s no money in virtually buncrupt country!
    With biilionaire President!!!