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Crystal is microphone so close: The essentials to follow the Eurovision 2024 grand final

Crystal is microphone so close: The essentials to follow the Eurovision 2024 grand final Picture credits: © Corinne Cumming / EBU

The decisive day of the Eurovision Song Contest (ESC) 2024 has arrived. Controversy aside, this Saturday, the Malmö Arena in Malmö hosts the grand final.

After the disqualification of the Netherlands, there will be 25 countries competing, with Sweden being the first to perform. The running order is then closed by Austria.

Unlike the semi-finals, both the public and the national juries of each country will vote, with each component accounting for roughly 50 percent.

There will also be guest performances. Björn Skifs will open the show before the flag parade. Last year’s winner, Loreen, will not be absent as an interval act. Other interval acts will be Charlotte Perrelli, Carola, Conchita Wurst, and Alcazar.

The grand final of ESC 2024 is scheduled for 21h00 (CET time). You can watch it live on the national broadcasters from the competing countries, and also on the official ESC YouTube channel (without commentary).


Grand final of Eurovision 2024

  • Time 21:00 (CET time)
  • Broadcast: YouTube ESC; participating countries broadcasters
  • Results: 50.6% public televoting / 49,4% national juries
  • Running order (Click on the song titles to watch the performances in the semi-finals)


  1. Sweden: Marcus & Martinus – Unforgettable
  2. Ukraine – alyona alyona & Jerry Heil: Teresa & Maria
  3. Germany – Isaak: Always On The Run
  4. Luxembourg – Tali: Fighter
  5. Israel – Eden Golan: Hurricane (Song number 6)
  6. Lithuania – Silvester Belt: Luktelk
  7. Spain – Nebulossa: Zorra
  8. Estonia – 5MIINUST x Puuluup: (nendest) narkootikumidest ei tea me (küll) midagi
  9. Ireland – Bambie Thug: Doomsday Blue
  10. Latvia – Dons: Hollow
  11. Greece – Marina Satti: ZARI
  12. United Kingdom – Olly Alexander: Dizzy
  13. Norway – Gåte: Ulveham
  14. Italy – Angelina Mango: La noia
  15. Serbia – Teya Dora: Ramonda
  16. Finland – Windows95man: No Rules!
  17. Portugal – iolanda: Grito
  18. Armenia – Ladaniva: Jako
  19. Cyprus – Silia Kapsis: Liar
  20. Switzerland – Nemo: The Code
  21. Slovenia – Raiven: Veronika
  22. Croatia – Baby Lasagna: Rim Tim Tagi Dim
  23. Georgia – Nutsa Buzaladze: Fire Fighter
  24. France – Slimane: Mon Amour
  25. Austria – Kaleen: We Will Rave
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