The schedule of two semi-final shows of the Eurovision Song Contest 2021 was announced. The results of the draw for the semi-finals for Eurovision 2020 canceled due to the coronavirus were to remain for the 2021 competition, but the list was changed because some countries dropped out (Armenia refused, Belarus was disqualified).
At the same time, as reported on the website eurovision.tv, Ukraine remained in the second half of the first semi-final, which will take place on May 18. The running order is as follows:
Semi-final 1 (May 18)
- North Macedonia
Semi-final 2 (May 20)
- San Marino
- Czech Republic
The final will take place on May 22. Ten countries from each semi-final will qualify for the final. They will join the Netherlands (host) and other members of the “Big Five”: France, Germany, Italy, Spain, and the United Kingdom. 26 countries will compete in the Final.
Earlier, Go-A band presented a video and revamp of Shum song, with which it will represent Ukraine at Eurovision 2021.