This year’s Eurovision Song Contest is held in Tel Aviv, and the Embassy of Israel, in cooperation with Radio-Television of Serbia and the European Broadcasting Union, gives Belgrade citizens an opportunity to enjoy live stream of the competition’s final night on Saturday, 18th May from 21h to 24h on the plateau in front of the Rajićeva shopping centre.
Tel Aviv is a city that is considered as the centre of Israeli culture and economy, innovation and good energy, as a “city that never sleeps”, and all fans of Eurovision Song Contest expect a rich program during the final night of the competition. In addition to cheering for their favourites, the audience will be able to enjoy the performances of pop icon Madonna and Israeli singer Dana International, the winner of the Eurovision 1998.
Israel was honoured to host the Eurovision for the third time with a great music competition thanks to Netta Barzilai who won the competition last year.
Eurovision enthusiasts are invited to enjoy the final evening of the oldest music competition in Europe, broadcast directly by Radio Television of Serbia, in the centre of Belgrade, outside the Rajićeva shopping centre.