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ESC2018

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The 2018 Eurovision Song Contest features two Semi-Finals and a Grand Final.

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The three shows of the 2018 Eurovision Song Contest will come to you live from Lisbon's Altice Arena and will be presented by Filomena Cautela, Sílvia Alberto, Daniela Ruah & Catarina Furtado.
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19 contestants will compete for 10 spots in the Grand Final. To keep the suspence high, only the 10 qualifiers will be announced during the live show. The voting results of the 1st Semi-Final will be revealed exclusively on Eurovision.tv within minutes after the Grand Final on Saturday.

How to vote

You can vote in this Semi-Final your country takes part in it. Viewers in Spain, the United Kingdom and Portugal can also vote in the 1st Semi-Final.

Where to watch

You can watch the 1st Semi-Final on TV in all participating countries, and in many countries also via your broadcaster's website. You can also tune in via the official YouTube channel of the Eurovision Song Contest (without commentary and on-screen voting details), except in the United States, Canada, Bolivia, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Uruguay and Venezuela.
The following countries have shared their live stream links with us:
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18 contestants will compete for 10 spots in the Grand Final. To keep the suspence high, only the 10 qualifiers will be announced during the live show. The voting results of the 2nd Semi-Final will be revealed exclusively on Eurovision.tv within minutes after the Grand Final on Saturday.

How to vote

You can vote in this Semi-Final your country takes part in it. Viewers in France, Germany and Italy can also vote in the 2nd Semi-Final.

Where to watch

You can watch the 2nd Semi-Final on TV in all participating countries, and in many countries also via your broadcaster's website. You can also tune in via the official YouTube channel of the Eurovision Song Contest (without commentary and on-screen voting details), except in the United States, Canada, Bolivia, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Uruguay and Venezuela.
The following countries have shared their live stream links with us:
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The 10 acts qualified in the 1st Semi-Final and the 10 acts qualified in the 2nd Semi-Final will join the 'Big Five' — France, Germany, Italy, Spain and the United Kingdom — and host country Portugal. In total, 26 contestants will compete to win the 63rd Eurovision Song Contest.
The running order of the Grand Final will be announced within hours after the 2nd Semi-Final.

How to vote

Viewers in all 43 countries can vote via telephone, SMS and the official app.

Where to watch

You can watch the Grand Final on TV in all participating countries, and in many countries also via your broadcaster's website. You can also tune in via the official YouTube channel of the Eurovision Song Contest (without commentary and on-screen voting details), except in Canada, Bolivia, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Uruguay and Venezuela. You can watch the Grand Final live in the United States via Logo TV.
The following countries have shared their live stream links with us: