Eurovision: Australia Decides 2020: guide

On Saturday night Australia will choose its entrant into the Eurovision Song Contest for 2020.

10 acts perform in a Live to Air showcase Eurovision: Australia Decides, with viewers given the chance to select who will represent us at Rotterdam in May.

Hosts:

Joel Creasey and Myf Warhurst

Venue:

Gold Coast Convention and Exhibition Centre

Guest artists:

Kate Miller-Heidke
Måns Zelmerlöw
Dami Im
Jordan Anthony

Artists:

Apple Music playlist.

Running order:

1. IOTA
2. Jordan-Ravi
3. Jaguar Jonze
4. Jack Vidgen
5. Vanessa Amorosi
6. Diana Rouvas
7. Mitch Tambo
8. Casey Donovan
9. Montaigne
10.Didirri

Vanessa Amorosi “Lessons of Love”

Montaigne“Don’t Break Me”

Didirri: “Raw Stuff”

Jaguar Jones: “Rabbit Hole”

Casey Donovan: “Proud”

Mitch Tambo: “Together”

Diana Rouvas: “Can We Make Heaven”

 

iOTA: “Life”

Jordan-Ravi: “Pushing Stars”

Jack Vidgen: “I Am King, I Am Queen”

Tickets:

Friday 7 February, 7.30pm AEST (Jury vote. Not televised)
Saturday 8 February, 1.00pm AEST (Not televised)
Saturday 8 February 7:30pm AEST

Broadcast: Live in all states

NSW / VIC / TAS / ACT 8:30pm – 11:00pm AEDT
QLD 7:30pm – 10:00pm AEST
SA 8:00pm – 10:30pm ACDT
WA 5:30pm – 8:00pm AWST
NT 7:00pm – 9:30pm ACST

Voting:

Voting opens 8:30pm Friday Friday February 8. Clips avail 1:00am (AEDT) Saturday 9 February at sbs.com.au/programs/eurovision

Note the song number of your preferred act/s
Text the song number to 1999 2222
Ensure that Premium SMS is enabled on your phone settings
Voting costs $0.55 per vote
By casting a valid vote for Eurovision – Australia Decides voters will automatically be entered into the “Eurovision – Australia Decides – Win the Ultimate Trip to the Gold Coast!” competition
The maximum number of votes is 20 per mobile phone provider.

Jury:

Kate Miller-Heidke, Eurovision: Australia Decides winner
Josh Martin SBS Commissioning Editor for Entertainment and Australia’s Head of Delegation at Eurovision
Paul Clarke, Director of Blink TV and Creative Director of Eurovision and Australia Decides, Milly Petriella, APRA AMCOS Director of Member Relations
Måns Zelmerlöw, winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 2015

Links:

sbs.com.au/programs/eurovision
eurovision.tv

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