The official program of events for Eurovision 2015 was released earlier this week and will see the area around host venue Wiener Stadhalle transformed into the Eurovision Village from 17th May. The village will be a special area where fans can interact with other fans visiting from all over the world, can watch the live shows streamed in large public spaces on giant screens and participate in Eurovision events from quizzes, performances and even a Conchita Wurst look-a-like competition.
In order to mark 60 years of Eurovision Song Contest, UK newspaper the Guardian have published a devilishly difficult online quiz spanning the entirety of the contest’s history. We are ashamed to say that we only managed to score a lowly 48/60. If you think you can do better then take the quiz yourself by clicking here and be sure to let us know how you got on by commenting below. Best of luck!
The time has come yet again to put your Eurovision knowledge to the test. We have another Eurovision Quiz for you. This time we are asking you if you can name all the cities that ever hosted the contest of its long illustrious history. Click the link below and let us know how you get on!
Think you know your Loreens from your Linda Martins? Your Danas from your Dana Internationals? Well it’s time to put that knowledge to the test. We’ve created a little quiz for you. Can you select from the list the winners of Eurovision 1990-2013? Be careful though because if you select an incorrect answer it will end the quiz. Let us know how you get on. Click here to take part and the best of luck!
And check back in a few days when we’ll put up another Eurovision quiz for you to take part in.