A few weeks ago we revealed the nominees for the eighteen categories in this year’s Eurovision NI Awards. Now it’s decision time. Between 17-31 August our jury panel deliberated over the nominees, ranked their favourites and helped us decide which artists deserve to walk away with the trophies! Ahead of the official results which will be revealed on 3 October at our live awards ceremony on web platform Zoom (tickets available here), we introduce you to our jurors, which has been expanded to include 16 Eurovision super fans in 2020!
The Eurovision NI Awards are back for a fifth consecutive year in 2020. Initial details were unveiled a few weeks ago, announcing that the Awards will take place through Zoom on Saturday 3 October 2020 from 8pm. Tickets are free and you can register to attend on our Eventbrite page.
Today we reveal the nominees. Read on to find out who has been nominated in our eleven ‘Best’ categories and our five ‘Worst’ Categories. As always you can have your say with the People’s Choice Award and we can confirm that our special award: The Rising Phoenix Award for Outstanding Contribution to Eurovision goes to Jon Ola Sand in 2020.
Join us on Monday morning at 9am (BST) on our YouTube channel, when we will reveal this year’s nominees. The Eurovision NI Awards 2020 will take place on 3 October through Zoom. If you would like to attend the awards check out our Eventbrite page for more information and to register attendance.
The Eurovision NI Awards are back for a fifth consecutive year in 2020. Unfortunately, the awards will have to take place in a virtual setting this year. This is due to the uncertainties in the entertainment sector regarding being able to host large groups of people indoors in a live event setting as a result of the ongoing COVID 19 Pandemic. But this won’t stop us having the usual fun!
Earlier this evening the Eurovision NI Awards 2019 took place in Belfast’s Crumlin Road Gaol. In an action packed show, hosted by Denise Mulgrew and Brendan Hughes, a total of 19 awards were dished out. Special performances on the night came from the Eurovision 1992 winner Linda Martin and Lovelight (tribute act of the Outstanding Contribution to Eurovision Award recipient ABBA). Read on to find out who won big on the night.
A few weeks ago we revealed the nominees for the nineteen categories in this year’s Eurovision NI Awards. Now it’s decision time. On 16 August our jury panel will meet to deliberate over the nominees, rank their favourites and decide which artists deserve to walk away with the trophies! Ahead of the official results which will be revealed on 5 October at our live awards ceremony in the Crumlin Road Gaol (tickets available here), we introduce you to our six jurors.
Over the course of today, we have been revealing the nominees for this year’s Eurovision NI Awards 2019. The fourth annual awards ceremony will take place in Belfast’s iconic Crumlin Road Gaol on 5th October 2019 with the show kicking off from 8pm. Awards will be handed out in the same 19 categories as last year. These will be decided by a panel of experts including the categories; Best Male, Best Female, Best Duo, Group or Collaboration, Best Live Vocal, Best Staging, Best Returning Artist, Best Moment, Best Video, Best Song Not In the English Language, Best New Song, Best Song From Selection Shows and Best Song.
As well as honouring the good, we also reflect on the bad with the categories Worst Song, Worst Lyrics, Worst Dressed Male, Worst Dressed Female and Most Cringeworthy Act. Also returning for 2018 is the award decided by the readers of our blog: The People’s Choice Award. Finally we will honour a person who has contributed greatly to Eurovision with the Phoenix: Outstanding Contribution to Eurovision Award which this year will go to Eurovision legends and international super stars ABBA. They will join Conchita Wurst, Linda Martin and the late Sir Terry Wogan in the Eurovision NI Hall of Fame.
In addition to the awards results, this year will see guest performances from the 1992 Eurovision winner Linda Martin and ABBA tribute band Lovelight. The night will also have an interactive Eurovision Quiz, a live People’s Choice Vote, a Eurovision themed disco and a few other surprises along the way. Tickets are now available from our Eventbrite page.
Read on for the full list of nominees!
The Eurovision NI Awards are back in 2019 for our fourth annual awards show! The Awards have grown year on year and 2019’s show will take place in Belfast’s iconic former prison, the Crumlin Road Gaol on 5 October 2019. We are proud to announce that Eurovision legend Linda Martin will headline the show this year.
We are in the midst of Eurovision Selection Season, then there’s Eurovision itself in May, but Eurovision fans are usually stuck for Eurovision entertainment from June through to December! In 2016 we tried to fill that gap with the launch of the Eurovision NI Awards. In 2019 we want to expand our offering to a bigger venue that can accommodate a bigger audience and we want to put on a Eurovision Extravaganza. In order to do that we need your help and would love it if you could donate to our Kickstarter campaign.
At the weekend we dished out awards in 19 categories (and it didn’t take a week) at the Eurovision NI (knee?) Awards 2018. Read on to see our photo gallery with some of the highlights from the night! Can’t wait to do it all again next year.