In a few hours, the grand final of the Eurovision Song Contest 2022 will start. Ukrainians will be able to watch it on different platforms and vote for favorites
Where to watch Eurovision 2022 and how to vote for Ukrainians? / Photo: Getty Images
The final stage of Eurovision 2022 will take place on May 14 in Turin. Bookmakers predict Ukraine’s victory in the competition with a record margin.
Where to watch Eurovision 2022?
According to Suspіlne, live stream will start at 22:00 on UA TV channel: KULTURA.
For those who cannot watch the broadcast on television, it will be possible to connect to broadcasts on online platforms:
Also on the YouTube channel of Eurobachennia Ukraine there will be a special online broadcast with the host Timur Miroshnichenko straight from the commentary studio.
In addition, it will be possible to follow the final through the Diya (Diya TV) application on your smartphone.
Ukraine at Eurovision 2022 is represented by Kalush Orchestra / Photo: Getty Images
Eurovision in Poland
This year the Eurovision Song Contest in Poland will be broadcast on the channel TVP-1. Also, as reported by the Polish media, it will be possible to connect to the official Eurovision YouTube channel. Broadcast starts at 21:00.
Eurovision in Germany
The final of the competition in Germany will be broadcast by TV channels: ARD, ONE, ARD Mediathek, Deutsche Welle. Live broadcast start at 21:00.
How to vote and how much does SMS cost?
During the live broadcast, information will appear when you can send SMS message to number 7576 with the number of the member you are voting for.
Please note that according to the competition rules, You can’t vote for members of your state.
Cost of one SMS-message – UAH 5.31
From other countries
At the same time Ukrainians can vote for representatives of Ukraine, if they are in Europe and they have European phone numbers.
The voting conditions from other European countries will be announced during live broadcasts. A complete list of countries and broadcast channels can be found here.
Earlier we wrote that the organizing committee of Eurovision-2022 banned the Kalush Orchestra from mentioning the war in Ukraine in the issue.