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.
KEiiNO quickly became a fan favourite when they represented Norway at Eurovision 2019. Their song ‘Spirit in the Sky’ topped the televote and finished sixth overall. The band have been touring (specifically in Australia) since their Eurovision appearance and now they have released a new single called ‘Vill Ha Dig’.
On the day that Cyprus announced Hovig as their pick for Eurovision 2017, his predecessor Minus One have released a new track. The song is called ‘Save Me’ and is available to download on all digital platforms as of today.