Eurovision 2015: #BuildingBridges with the stars on ESCToday!

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The countdown to the 2015 Eurovision Song Contest has started as we are now heading towards May, leaving the 2014 Eurovision season behind and are very much into the 2015 Eurovision season.

The theme and slogan for the coming Eurovision Song Contest in Vienna is #BuildingBridges. We will be #BuildingBridges from the past to the the present, from the present to the past, from Vienna to the world, from Europe to Vienna, from the East to the West, from the West to the East, from the South to the North, from the North to the South etc. as we will be celebrating the 60th anniversary of our favourite television show next May.

The Eurovision Song Contest was born on 24 May in Lugano, Switzerland in 1956 and has come a long way since its pioneer years. In Vienna a total of 39 countries will join the party and celebrate a festival of song, music and entertainment.

ESCToday has been covering the Eurovision Song Contest since 2000, the very year it was born and 2015 will mark its 15th anniversary. As we kick off January and 2015 we invite you all to #JoinUs to #FeeltheRythm, #SharetheMoment and for #BuildingBridges #UnderthesameSky come May.

January, February and March will be busy months with many national selections and national finals taking place throughout the continent, bringing both intrigue and excitement as the 2015 potential entries and acts will be selected.  The 2015 Eurovision season kicked off last November when FYR Macedonia and Malta held their respective national finals, followed by Albania and Belarus in December. Montenegro, San Marino, Belgium, Albania, The Netherlands, Belarus, Malta and FYR Macedonia selected their Eurovision 2015 acts in 2014.

Hence we invite you to join us in the journey to Vienna!

Conchita Wurst the one and only Queen of Austria, thanks to her we will be travelling to Vienna next May and will be #BuildingBridges

Uzari & Maimoua- Building Bridges from Belarus to Wien

Knez- Building Bridges from Montenegro to Wien

Ruth Lorenzo- Building Bridges from Spain to Europe, from the past to the present

Freaky Fortune- Building Bridges from Greece to Europe, from the past to the present

Eldar- Building Bridges from Azerbaijan to Europe, from the East to the West, from the past to the present.

The 2015 Eurovision Song Contest is schedueled to be held on 19, 21 and 23 May at the Wiener Stadthalle in Vienna.

Photo credits: Luke Borg

Stay tuned to ESCToday.com for the latest news on the 2015 Eurovision Song Contest.

 

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