A special draw was held today at Copenhagen’s City Hall in order to distribute a total of 28 countries into one of the two 2014 Eurovision Song Contest semi-finals, scheduled to be held on 6 and 8 May in Copenhagen.
During the draw it was also determined in which half of the semi-final the alloted countries are to perform. A total 0f 37 countries will participate at the forthcoming Eurovision Song Contest. 31 countries will compete in the semi-finals, whilst the BIG 5 and the host country Denmark are automatically qualified to compete in the grand final.
Semi-final 1 (6 May)
Semi-final 2 (8 May)
Final (10 May)
- Denmark – (vote and broadcast semi-final 1)
- Spain – (vote and broadcast semi-final 1)
- France – (vote and broadcast semi-final 1)
- United Kingdom – (vote and broadcast semi-final 2 )
- Italy – (vote and broadcast semi-final 2)
- Germany – (vote and broadcast semi-final 2)
A total of 31 countries will compete in the 2 semi-finals which are scheduled to be held on 6 and 8 May. 16 countries will compete in Semi-final 1 on 6 May, whilst 15 countries will compete in Semi-final 2 on 8 May.
The BIG 5 (Spain, United Kingdom, France, Germany, Italy) and Denmark (the host country) are automatically qualified to compete in the grand final on 10 May.
The 2014 Eurovision Song Contest will will be held on 6,8,10 May at the B&W Hallerne in Copenhangen. Stay tuned to escoday.com for the latest information on the 2014 Eurovision Song Contest.