Tag: Junior Eurovision 2018

#JESC18: Ireland Confirms

Yesterday, TG4 published on their official Junior Eurovision Song Contest Twitter feed, a message to say details on this year’s Contest were to follow. Although it is yet to be confirmed, it is expected the National Selection process used since 2015 will be implemented once again. Ireland was […]

#JESC18: From Lisbon To Minsk

Over recent days, news came through that the European Broadcasting Union has placed a deadline of Friday 29th June. As we get ready to move on from the Eurovision Song Contest in Lisbon and on to the Junior Eurovision Song Contest in Minsk, participating broadcasters now have only […]

#JESC18: France Are BACK!!!

Earlier this evening, the news broke that France will be returning to the Junior Eurovision Song Contest after their one and only participation back in 2004. Thomas Pontier finished 6th in Lillehammar with the song “Si on voulait bien”. The return comes after a couple of years on […]

#JESC: Minsk 2018 Round Up

It is a while since we’ve brought you any news on this year’s Junior Eurovision Song Contest – to be held in the Belarusian capital of Minsk. Yesterday we found out Wales are debuting at the Contest this year and you can find out more information about that […]

#JESC18: Welcome Wales!!!

Wales are searching for talented youngsters to take part in a brand-new competition to find a representative from Wales to compete in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2018 in Minsk, Belarus. You will need to sing in Welsh if you reach the final 12…but don’t worry…there will be lots […]

#JESC: Minsk To #LightUp

Earlier this evening, further details of this year’s Junior Eurovision Song Contest were announced. The slogan is the most tangible of the details – this year we see the return of the hashtag been used, #LightUp. The date for the contest has officially been set as Sunday 25th […]

#JESC: Why Minsk 2018?

The question arose in yesterday’s Press Conference regarding the decision to award next year’s edition of the Contest to Minsk  – Jon Ola Sand revealed all.   The most simplest of answers was to give the broadcaster more time to organise the event. This is probably been put […]