The 2014 Eurovision Song Contest kicks off on the 28th of April where the first 10 countries will rehearse their act on the stage in Copenhagen for the first time. A rehearsal free day has been put into the schedule as there will be other things planned for the participants that day.
EuroVisionary continues our Danish language course leading up to the 2014 Eurovision Song Contest. In this second episode you will be taught the varies greetings used in Denmark plus as a bonus, the unofficial Danish language test. Can you pass it?
More than 150 hours of Eurovision entertainment in form of talk shows, quizzes, concerts and cinema films, that is what Euro Fan Café has to offer the many fans in Copenhagen for the Eurovision Song Contest. Entry bracelets can already now be purchased online at a reduced price.
Thursday evening DR premiered their new series Europe In Glitter as a warm up to this year's Eurovision Song Contest. In the first episode we met Verka Serduchka representing Ukraine in 2007 and we got the answer to how a country where homosexuality doesn't exist could send a drag act to Eurovision.
Are you going to Copenhagen in May for the Eurovision Song Contest? Don't miss out on EuroVisionary's language course as we give you a basic introduction to Danish. In this first chapter we teach you the numbers, which might be a bit confusing to some.
Under the hashtag DelFesten (Share the party) main sponsor of the 2014 Eurovision Song Contest, TDC, has started a tour across the country which involves a karaoke competition with Annette Heick as judge. The sponsor has been really active promoting Eurovision lately.
Are you going to Copenhagen in May for the Eurovision Song Contest? Don't miss out on EuroVisionary's language course that starts tomorrow. Whether or not you want to be able to get by a bit in Danish or just want to impress the locals with a few sentences, this language course is for you.
Today EBU and the 2014 host broadcaster, DR, announced the running order for the two semi-finals that will take place on the 6th and 8th of May. Armenia opens semi-final 1, while Malta will have the honour of kicking the second one off. Hungary and Romania closes each of their semi-finals.
Maria Yaremchuk will represent Ukraine in the forthcoming Eurovision Song Contest. She will compete in the first semi-final on the 6th May with the song Tick-Tock. Maria recently spoke to EuroVisionary about her plans ahead of Copenhagen.