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Eurovision Grand Prix
Grand Prix Eurovision de la Chanson Européenne 1956
Teatro Kursaal (Lugano, Switzerland) - 24 May 1956
Switzerland won with the song, Refrain, performed by Lys Assia.
Grand Prix Eurovision de la Chanson Européenne 1957
Großer Sendesaal des Hessischen Rundfunks (Frankfurt, West Germany) - 3 March 1957
The Netherlands won with the song, Net als toen, performed by Corry Brokken.
Grand Prix Eurovision de la Chanson Européenne 1958
AVRO Studio (Hilversum, Netherlands) - 12 March 1958 - 12 March 1958
France won with the song, Dors, mon amour, performed by André Claveau.
Grand Prix Eurovision de la Chanson Européenne 1959
Palais des Festivals et des Congrès (Cannes, France) - 11 March 1959
The Netherlands won with the song, Een beetje, performed by Teddy Scholten.
Eurovision Song Contest Grand Prix 1960
Royal Festival Hall (London, United Kingdom) - 29 March 1960
France won with the song, Tom Pillibi, performed by Jacqueline Boyer.
Grand Prix Eurovision de la Chanson Européenne 1961
Palais des Festivals et des Congrès (Cannes, France) - 18 March 1961
Luxembourg won with the song, Nous les amoureux, performed by Jean-Claude Pascal.
Grand Prix Eurovision de la Chanson Européenne 1962
Villa Louvigny (Luxembourg City, Luxembourg) - 18 March 1962
France won with the song, Un premier amour, performed by Isabelle Aubret.
Eurovision Song Contest Grand Prix 1963
BBC Television Centre (London, United Kingdom) - 23 March 1963
Denmark won with the song, Dansevise, performed by Grethe and Jørgen Ingmann.
Grand Prix Eurovision de la Chanson Européenne 1964
Tivolis Koncertsal (Copenhagen, Denmark) - 21 March 1964
Italy won with the song, Non ho l'età, performed by Gigliola Cinquetti.
Gran Premio Eurovisione della Canzone 1965
Sala di Concerto della RAI (Naples, Italy) - 20 March 1965
Luxembourg won with the song, Poupée de cire, poupée de son, performed by France Gall.
Grand Prix Eurovision de la Chanson Européenne 1966
Villa Louvigny (Luxembourg City, Luxembourg) - 5 March 1966
Austria won with Udo Jürgens' song, Merci Chérie.
Grand Prix Eurovision de la Chanson 1967
Großer Festsaal der Wiener Hofburg (Vienna, Austria) - 8 April 1967
The United Kingdom won with the song, Puppet on a String, performed by Sandie Shaw.
Eurovision Song Contest
Eurovision Song Contest 1968
Royal Albert Hall (London, United Kingdom) - 6 April 1968
Spain won with the song, La, la, la, performed by Massiel.
Festival de la Canción de Eurovisión 1969
Teatro Real (Madrid, Spain) - 29 March 1969
In 1969, France (Frida Boccara - Un jour, un enfant), the Netherlands (Lenny Kuhr - De Troubadour), Spain (Salomé - Vivo cantando), and the United Kingdom (Lulu - Boom Bang-a-Bang) were all tied for first place.
Eurovision Song Contest 1970
RAI Congrescentrum (Amsterdam, Netherlands) - 21 March 1970
Ireland won with the song, All Kinds of Everything, performed by Dana Scallon.
Eurovision Song Contest 1971
Gaiety Theatre (Dublin, Ireland) - 3 April 1971
Monaco won with the song, Un banc, un arbre, une rue., performed by Josiane "Séverine" Grizeau.
Eurovision Song Contest 1972
Usher Hall (Edinburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom) - 25 March 1972
Luxembourg won with the song, Après Toi, performed by Vicky Leandros.
Concours Eurovision de la Chanson 1973
Grand Théâtre (Luxembourg City, Luxembourg) - 7 April 1973
Luxembourg won with the song, Tu te reconnaîtras, performed by Anne-Marie David.
Eurovision Song Contest 1974
The Dome (Brighton, United Kingdom) - 6 April 1974
Sweden won with ABBA's song, Waterloo.
Eurovision Song Contest 1975
Stockholm International Fairs (Stockholm, Sweden) - 22 March 1975
This logo is have been showned is the TV1 logo of SR and behind here is the text as follows "Eurovision Song Contest Sveriges Radio March 22 1975 Stockholm"
The Netherlands won with the song, Ding-a-dong, performed by the band Teach-In.
Nederlands Congrescentrum (The Hague, Netherlands) - 3 April 1976
The United Kingdom won with Brotherhood of Man's song, Save Your Kisses for Me.
Eurovision Song Contest 1977
Wembley Conference Centre (London, United Kingdom) - 7 May 1977
France won with the song, L'oiseau et l'enfant, performed by Marie Myriam.
Concours Eurovision de la Chanson 1978
Palais des Congrès (Paris, France) - 22 April 1978
Israel won with the song A-Ba-Ni-Bi, performed by Izhar Cohen and the AlphaBeta.
Eurovision Song Contest 1979
International Convention Center (Jerusalem, Israel) - 31 March 1979
This logo showned with a music note styled with Channel One logo on it and the words of participating countries as follows.
Israel won with the song, Hallelujah, performed by Gali Atari and the male trio Milk & Honey.
Congresgebouw (The Hague, Netherlands) - 19 April 1980
Ireland won with the song, What's Another Year, performed by Johnny Logan.
1980 was the first and last time that Morocco participated.
Eurovision Song Contest 1981
RDS Simmonscourt Pavilion (Dublin, Ireland) - 4 April 1981
This logo shows the 2 circles, this one is an map of Ireland and another one is a map of Europe.
The United Kingdom won with the song, Making Your Mind Up, performed by the group Bucks Fizz.
Eurovision Song Contest 1982
Harrogate International Centre (Harrogate, United Kingdom) - 24 April 1982
Germany won with the song, Ein bißchen Frieden, performed by Nicole Seibert.
Eurovision Song Contest 1983
Rudi-Sedlmayer-Halle (Munich, West Germany) - 23 April 1983
Luxembourg won with the song, Si la vie est cadeau, performed by Corinne Hermès.
Concours Eurovision de la Chanson 1984
Grand Théâtre (Luxembourg City, Luxembourg) - 5 May 1984
Sweden won with the song, Diggi-Loo Diggi-Ley, performed by the Herreys.
Eurovision Song Contest 1985
Scandinavium (Gothenburg, Sweden) - 4 May 1985
Norway won with the song, La det Swinge, performed by the female duo Bobbysocks.
Eurovision Song Contest 1986
Grieghallen (Bergen, Norway) - 3 May 1986
Belgium won with the song, J'aime la vie, performed by Sandra Kim (becoming the most younger winner in the history).
Concours Eurovision de la Chanson 1987
Palais du Centenaire (Brussels, Belgium) - 9 May 1987
Ireland won with Johnny Logan's song, Hold Me Now.
Eurovision Song Contest 1988
RDS Simmonscourt Pavilion (Dublin, Ireland) - 30 April 1988
Switzerland won with the song, Ne partez pas sans moi, performed by Céline Dion.
Concours Eurovision de la Chanson 1989
Palais de Beaulieu (Lausanne, Switzerland) - 6 May 1989
Yugoslavia won with the song, Rock Me, performed by the band Riva.
Eurovision Song Contest 1990
Vatroslav Lisinski Concert Hall (Zagreb, SR Croatia,Yugoslavia) - 5 May 1990
The very first lip logo.
Italy won with Salvatore "Toto" Cutugno's song, Insieme: 1992.
Concorso Eurovisione Della Canzone 1991
Studio 15 di Cinecittà (Rome, Italy) - 4 May 1991
Sweden won (after tiebreaker with France) with the song, Fångad av en stormvind, performed by Carola Häggkvist.
Eurovision Song Contest 1992
Malmö Ice Stadium (Malmö, Sweden) - 9 May 1992
Ireland won with 1980/87 winner Johnny Logan's song, Why Me?, performed by Linda Martin.
Eurovision Song Contest 1993
Green Glens Arena (Millstreet, Ireland) - 15 May 1993
Ireland won with the song, In Your Eyes, performed by Niamh Kavanagh.
Eurovision Song Contest 1994
Point Theatre (Dublin, Ireland) - 30 April 1994
Ireland won with the song, Rock 'n' Roll Kids, performed by Paul Harrington and Charlie McGettigan.
Eurovision Song Contest 1995
Point Theatre (Dublin, Ireland) - 13 May 1995
Norway won with Secret Garden's song, Nocturne.
Eurovision Song Contest 1996
Oslo Spektrum (Oslo, Norway) - 18 May 1996
Ireland won with the song, The Voice, performed by Eimear Quinn.
Eurovision Song Contest 1997
Point Theatre (Dublin, Ireland) - 3 May 1997
The United Kingdom won with Katrina and The Waves' song, Love Shine a Light.
Eurovision Song Contest 1998
National Indoor Arena (Birmingham, United Kingdom) - 9 May 1998
Israel won with the song, Diva, performed by Dana International.
Eurovision Song Contest 1999Ussishkin Auditorium at the International Convention Center (Jerusalem, Israel) - 29 May 1999
Sweden won with the song, Take Me To Your Heaven, performed by Charlotte Nilsson.
Eurovision Song Contest 2000
Globe Arena (Stockholm, Sweden) - 13 May 2000
Denmark won with Olsen Brothers' song, Fly on the Wings of Love.
Eurovision Song Contest 2001
Parken Stadium (Copenhagen, Denmark) - 12 May 2001
Estonia won with the song, Everybody, performed by Tanel Padar and Dave Benton, and featuring the male hip-hop quartet 2XL (Soul Militia).
Eurovision Song Contest 2002
Saku Suurhall (Tallinn, Estonia) - 25 May 2002
"A Modern Fairytale"
The contest was Held in Estonia's Capital city Tallinn. The This was the first time a Baltic country had hosted the contest.
Latvia won with Marie N's song, I Wanna.
Eurovision Song Contest 2003
Skonto Hall (Riga, Latvia) - 24 May 2003
This was the second baltic country to win and hold the contest.
Turkey won with Sertab Erener's song, Everyway That I Can.
Eurovision Song Contest 2004
Abdi İpekçi Arena (Istanbul, Turkey) - 12/15 May 2004
"Under The Same Sky"
In 2004, a generic Eurovision 'Heart' logo was created, with the host country's flag appearing in the centre.
Ukraine won with Ruslana Lyzhychko's song, Wild Dances.
Eurovision Song Contest 2005
Palace of Sports (Kyiv, Ukraine) - 19/21 May 2005
The Eurovision Song Contest 2005 had a record number of countries, 39, as much as Eurovision Song Contest 2010 and 2013 and more than 2014.
Greece won with the song, My Number One, performed by Helena Paparizou.
Eurovision Song Contest 2006
Olympic Indoor Hall (Athens, Greece) - 18/20 May 2006
"Feel The Rhythm"
Finland won with Lordi's song, Hard Rock Hallelujah.
Eurovision Song Contest 2007
Hartwall Areena (Helsinki, Finland) - 10/12 May 2007
This was the first time Finland had won the contest since they joined in 1961. And they were the 4th Nordic country to win the contest at least once.
Serbia won with the song, Molitva, performed in Serbian language by Marija Šerifović.
Eurovision Song Contest 2008
Belgrade Arena (Belgrade, Serbia) - 20/22/24 May 2008
"Confluence of Sound"
This years contest broke the record number in participating countries, with 43 countries participating countries.
Russia won with Dima Bilan's song, Believe.
Eurovision Song Contest 2009
Olimpiisky Indoor Arena (Moscow, Russia) - 12/14/16 May 2009
This years contest didn't have any slogan at all. Since the slogan was first intruduced in 2002 this was the first time when a contest didn't have a slogan.
Norway won with Alexander Rybak's song, Fairytale.
Eurovision Song Contest 2010
Telenor Arena (Bærum, Oslo, Norway) - 25/27/29 May 2010
"Share The Moment"
This was Norway's 3rd and biggest win. Since the two semi finals and one final format was introduced the contest has never been held so late in May.
Germany won with the song, Satellite, performed by Lena Meyer-Landrut.
Eurovision Song Contest 2011
Esprit Arena (Düsseldorf, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany) - 10/12/14 May 2011
"Feel Your Heart Beat!"
The "theme art" for the Eurovision Song Contest 2011 was unveiled on 13 January 2011. The visual identity was created by the London agency Turquoise. This years contest had a record number of participating countries, 43. This has happened only once in history in Belgrade 2008.
Azerbaijan won with the song, Running Scared, performed by Eldar Gasimov and Nigar Jamal (together known as "Ell & Nikki").
Eurovision Song Contest 2012
Baku Crystal Hall (Baku, Azerbaijan) - 22/24/26 May 2012
"Light Your Fire!"
The contest was held in the Azerbaijani capital, Baku. This contest was one of the most expensive in history.
Sweden won with the song, Euphoria, performed by Lorine "Loreen" Talhaoui.
Eurovision Song Contest 2013
Malmö Arena (Malmö, Sweden) - 14/16/18 May 2013
"We Are One"
The butterfly logo is inspired on the cultural diversity among countries. The contest was held in Malmö, Sweden. This year's host was Petra Mede.
Denmark won with the song, Only Teardrops, performed by Emmelie de Forest.
Eurovision Song Contest 2014
B&W Hallerne (Copenhagen, Denmark) - 6/8/10 May 2014
The Eurovision Song Contest 2014, is held on the Danish capital, Copenhagen. The logo comprises an irregular hexagon-shaped gemstone in tones of blue and violet, featuring the generic 'Eurovision Song Contest' logo with Danish flag.
Austria won with the song, Rise Like a Phoenix, performed by Conchita Wurst.
Eurovision Song Contest 2015
Wiener Stadthalle (Vienna, Austria) - 19/21/23 May 2015
The 2015 Eurovision Song Contest was is Held in Vienna, Austria on the 19th, 21st and 23rd of May 2015. The logo is an bubble with a bridge made of smaller bubbles/dots that represents a multicultural bridge, it means that people can make musical bridges. Australia (with the broadcaster SBS) debuts this year as a guest.
Sweden won with the song, Heroes, performed by Måns Zelmerlöw.
Eurovision Song Contest 2016
Ericsson Globe (Stockholm, Sweden) - 10/12/14 May 2016
The 2016 Eurovision Song Contest was held in Stockholm, Sweden on the 10, 12 and 14th of May 2016. The logo this time represents a dandelion, a flower which is known to grow through Asphalt, and that it can regenerate itself by releasing seeds that together grows a new flower. By this they mean that we need to come together when there are hard times and push on even if hard things are in the way. In the 2016 years contest there is a record number of countries, 43 (later reduced to 42 due to Romania's withdrawning). This has only happened twice before, in Düsseldorf 2011 and Belgrade 2008.
Ukraine won with Jamala's song, 1944.
Eurovision Song Contest 2017
International Exhibition Centre (Kyiv, Ukraine) - 9/11/13 May 2017
The identity was created by Banda + Republique.
The 2017 Eurovision Song Contest is held in Kyiv, Ukraine on the 9, 11 and 13th of May 2017. The logo this time incorporates imagery of stylized beads, with the main logo using the beads to form a traditional neck amulet. In the 2017 years contest there is a record number of countries, 43 (then reduced to 42 because of Russia's withdrawing). This has only happened twice before, in Düsseldorf 2011 and Belgrade 2008.
Songs of Europe
Mysen, Norway - 22 August 1981
Congratulations: 50 Years of Eurovision Song Contest
Forum Arena (Copenhagen, Denmark) - 22 October 2005
Eurovision Song Contest's Greatest Hits
Eventim Apollo (London, United Kingdom) - 31 March 2015
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