The Covid-19 pandemic has forced the organizers of Eurovision to postpone the event until the next year. That is why they have developed four basic scenarios for its holding depending on the situation with the pandemic in 2021.
According to eurovision.tv, the final choice of the option will be made in early 2021.
Eurovision-2021 will be held at the previously planned Ahoy Arena in Rotterdam. The semifinals will take place on May 18 and 20, and the finals - on May 22.
Thus, the first option provides for the traditional format of the event, the second - with elements of social distancing, the third one assumes that some participants will perform from their countries due to travel restrictions, and the fourth - it will be held online.
As we reported earlier, the annual festival of Ukrainian culture Ukrainian Spring will start on September 18, in Brussels.
The Ukrainian Spring offline film program has brought together new Ukrainian movies of 2019-2020, which were shown for the first time at the best festivals, have won awards, and have become popular hits.