First Semi-Final: 9 May, 2023
Second Semi-Final: 11 May 2023
Final: 13 May 2023
Timings: All three live shows will begin at21:00 CEST
Location: All three events will take place at Liverpool's M&S Bank Arena. The arena has a capacity of 11,000 people. Find on maps.
While the tickets for Eurovision 2023 have already been sold out due to a high demand both the semi-finals and the final will have a live broadcast on BBC One and iPlayer.
Presenters: The show will be co-hosted by Ted Lasso star Hannah Waddingham alongside Alesha Dixon and Ukrainian singer Julia Sanina
The theme for Eurovision 2023 is United By Music and the logo has been designed by London-based Superunion and Ukraine's Starlight Media.
The Eurovision Song Contest 2023 will take place between the 9th and 13th of May. 13th May is the date of the final event.
Eurovision 2023 is being held in Liverpool, United Kingdom standing in for Ukraine due to the ongoing conflict in the region. It will take place at Liverpool's M&S Bank Arena.
37 countries are taking part in the Eurovision 2023 song contest.
Both the semi-finals and the final will have a live broadcast on BBC One and iPlayer.
The Eurovision village is the official fan zone for the event and has a capacity of 25,000 people. For Eurovision 2023, fans will have to pay to attend the final event from the Eurovision village.
The UK has won the Eurovision Song Contest five times since its inception.
Eurovision is a non-profit event. Financing takes place through contrbutions from the participating broadcaster and commercial revenues from things like ticket sales and sponsorships.
ABBA won the Eurovision contest in 1974 and went on to become one of the most iconic bands in the history of music.