Armenia has confirmed participation in Eurovision Song Contest 2024.
Public broadcasters from 37 countries will take part in the Eurovision Song Contest when the world’s biggest live music event is staged in Malmö, Sweden next May.
The 68th Contest, organized by the European Broadcasting Union (EBU) and Sveriges Television (SVT), will be held at the Malmö Arena on 7, 9 and 11 May 2024.
Sweden will host the 68th Eurovision Song Contest following Loreen’s triumph in Liverpool in May 2023 with Tattoo; her victory means that Ireland and Sweden are now tied for the most Eurovision Song Contest wins, with 7 each.
May will mark the third time that Malmö has hosted the Eurovision Song Contest following the 1992 and 2013 editions, and it will be the first time the Eurovision Song Contest hasn’t visited a capital city for 5 consecutive Contests.