It has been revealed that Kiev will host the Eurovision Song Contest for the second time in 2017. The announcement had been expected in early July, but the final decision was delayed a number of times as Ukrainian broadcaster (NTU) and European Broadcasting Union (EBU) wanted to ensure the correct decision had been made.
Kiev hoping to be host city for the second time
Which city will host the 2017 Eurovision Song Contest? This is a question Eurovision fans have been asking since Jamala won the 2016 Contest in May. The EBU and Ukrainian national broadcaster NTU have been working together and have shortlisted three possibilities down from the long list of six. Still in contention is Kiev, Odessa and Dnipro. However they haven’t got much further than that.