The official Eurovision 2023 branding with a yellow background, pink, blue and yellow hearts form a formation across the graphic.

Liverpool - Eurovision 2023.

This year Liverpool will host the Eurovision Song Contest on behalf of Ukraine. The Grand Final will take place in the Liverpool M&S Bank Arena on Saturday 13 May with Semi-Finals on Tuesday 9 and Thursday 11 May.

We’re host city for the biggest event in the global music calendar. And we’re excited about it. Eurovision fever has gripped everyone in Liverpool City Region – and the UK. 

Football, music and our city welcome are the things Liverpool is known for around the world, but in the last 15 years it is culture and major events which have been at the heart of the city’s renaissance. 

No other city in the UK puts on a show like Liverpool and there is no better crowd in the world!

Liverpool is getting ready to host Eurovision 2023 and put Ukraine at the heart of this year’s event, celebrating the country’s modern cultural identity. 

A cultural festival will take over the streets, communities and people of this city and create a moment of collective cultural resilience with Ukraine - unlike anything which has gone before.

Stay tuned.

  1. A drone view of Liverpool's neo-classical St George's Hall at night. It is lit up in blue on the left and yellow on the right.
    The National Lottery’s Big Eurovision Welcome’ - a spectacular live show, outside St George’s Hall in the heart of Liverpool. Taking place on the evening of Sunday 7 May this crucial part of Liverpool’s ambitious Eurovision host city plans, will see up to 30,000 tickets made available to the public for free*, thanks to The National Lottery.
    1. 7 May 2023
  2. EuroFestival logo with colours and a blue and yellow submarine.
    EuroFestival will take over Liverpool in the lead up to The Eurovision Song Contest have been unveiled. Running from Monday 1 to Sunday 14 May, the festival will present 24 brand new commissions - 19 of which are collaborations between UK and Ukrainian artists – that will transform the city as fans from across the world descend on Liverpool.
    1. 1 May 202314 May 2023
  3. Eurovision song contest 2023 - The official branding including blue, yellow and pink hearts.
    The Eurovision spotlight is set to shine on Liverpool after it was announced the city will host the world-famous competition on behalf of the UK.
    1. 13 May 2023
    2. 9 May 2023
    3. 11 May 2023
  4. A phone screen taking picture of a crowd.
    Do you want to be part of our cast in a mass participation film? Are you available on the 1st May?

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