Gliwice is preparing for the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2019, with the city revealing its plans for next weeks competition.
Gliwice and the wider region of Silesia, are ready to host the Junior Eurovision Song Contest. A press conference was held yesterday with the Mayor of Gliwice, Janusz Moszyński, as well as representatives of the region of Silesia.
The city will be decorated in 150 flags with the logo of the Junior Eurovision Song Contest. While visitors will be encouraged to visit the Christmas Market, which will open on November 22.
The nineteen delegations were encouraged to visit the Frédéric-Chopin-Park which contains the Palm House, which is dubbed the Pride of Gliwice. Delegations will also visit the silver mine near Tarnowskie Góry, and the Open Air Museum of Steam Machines. Delegations will take part in trips on the days that they are not rehearsing.
This year’s Junior Eurovision Song Contest is set to take place in Gliwice, Poland on Sunday 24th November. A total of 19 countries will take part in the contest, including Kazakhstan and Wales, who made their debuts at last year’s contest. Spain return to the contest for the first time since 2006.
The following countries will participate:
- Albania – Isea Çili – Mikja ime fëmijëri
- Armenia – Karina Ignatyan – Colours Of Your Dream
- Australia – Jordan Anthony – We Will Rise
- Belarus – Liza Misnikova – Pepelny (Ashen)
- France – Carla – Bim Bam Toi
- Georgia – Giorgi Rostiashvili – We Need Love
- Ireland – Anna Kearney – Banshee
- Italy – Marta Viola – La Voce Della Terra
- Kazakhstan – Yerzhan Maxim – Armanyńnan Qalma
- Malta – Eliana Gomez Blanco – We Are More
- Netherlands – Matheu – Dans Met Jou
- North Macedonia – Mila Moskov – Fire
- Poland – Mila Moskov – Fire
- Portugal – Joana Almeida – Vem Comigo (Come With Me)
- Russia – Tatyana Mezhentseva and Denberel Oorzhak – A Time For Us
- Serbia – Darija Vračević – Podigni Glas (Raise Your Voice)
- Spain – Melani Garcia – Marte
- Ukraine – Sophia Ivanko – The Spirit of Music
- Wales – Erin Mai – Calon yn Curo (Heart Beating)
Source: Dziennik Eurowizyjny