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How to watch Eurovision 2019: Dates, times and channels for the song contest finals. The 64th Eurovision Song Contest is being broadcast live from Tel Aviv, Israel and is set to bring more weird and wonderful acts to the stage
THE Eurovision Song Contest 2019 is set to be back with a bang with a whole load of weird and wonderful acts taking to the stage for your enjoyment.
The competition is now in it’s 64th year, here are all the details you need so you don’t miss one second of this annual extravaganza.
Eurovision 2019 will be broadcast on May 14, 16 and 18.
May 14 will see Semi-Final 1, commentated on by Scott Mills and Rylan Clark-Neal.
You can watch along on BBC Four from 8–10.10pm.
Semi-Final 2 can also be seen on BBC Four on May 16 from 8pm until 10.10pm and once again Scott and Rylan will be providing live commentary.
Graham Norton will provide the commentary for the singing competition.
The final can be seen on BBC One from 8pm-11:40pm.
The programmes will be available to watch online with BBC iPlayer shortly after they are broadcast.
BBC Radio 2 will broadcast Eurovision 2019 from 8pm-11pm on Saturday 18, 2019.
The station usually provides coverage of the annual event.
And this year is no different — Ken Bruce will be covering the 64th edition live from the Expo Tel Aviv.
Eurovision Song Contest 2019 will be held in Israel, just one year after Israel’s very own Netta Barzilai won the 2018 competition.
The city of Tel Aviv was named as the host of this year’s contest.
Tel Aviv is the second largest city in Israel and is located on the Mediterranean coast with an estimated population of 400,000 people.
How can I get tickets to the Eurovision Song Contest?
Tickets can be purchased through ticket agency Leaan.
You will be able to buy tickets for the two semi-finals, rehearsals and the main final itself.
As it’s in Israel you will also need to arrange flights and accommodation for your stay.
Who is representing the UK at Eurovision?
Former X Factor contestant and winner of BBC’s All Together Now Michael Rice, 21, has been picked to represent us in the contest this year.
He is already straight through to the final — this is because the UK, Germany, Italy, France and Spain are the “big five” countries who get an automatic place in the Eurovision finals each year.
This means he will travel to Tel Aviv to sing Bigger Than Us in the May 18 competitio