Here are the highlights of the final between Latvia and Sweden in Latvia, as the final in Stockholm takes place.
The song contest was originally held in Estonia in 2018, but this year the venue has changed.
Latvia’s former national broadcaster, RTVL, will be hosting the final.
Here are all the facts you need to know.
What is Eurovision?
The Eurovision is an annual competition that is organised by the European Broadcasting Union (EBU).
It is the biggest music awards show in the world and attracts tens of millions of viewers.
It takes place in the city of Gothenburg in Sweden.
It is also the main event of the Nordic Festival of Music in Finland.
The competition has been running since 1993.
It has been streamed over 40 million times on YouTube and has been recognised as one of the top festivals in the music industry by the US Recording Industry Association (RIAA).
What is the main stage?
The stage is set up at the entrance to the venue and is covered with a giant white screen.
It features a large screen with pictures of the main stars of the contest.
The main host is the host of Sweden’s Gothenburger Nordea radio station, which is broadcast from the venue.
Sweden’s Eurovision organisers also host a variety of other programmes and events.
The Swedish version of the competition has hosted performances by the likes of Ariana Grande, Bruno Mars and Ellie Goulding.
This year’s competition also features music by artists including Ed Sheeran, Lady Gaga, Rihanna, Nicki Minaj and Ariana Mihalko.
What will the winners sing?
The winner will sing their favourite song.
Sweden will have two songs in the final, one of which is by the Swedish singer, Kristian Dahlström.
Sweden also has the number one song in the competition, with the winning song by the singer from the country of Latvia being “Gudasa” by the Latvian singer, Tjibbe Joubert.
The winner of the third and final spot will also be announced at a later date.
Where can I watch the Eurovids live?
The final takes place on the second Sunday of October in Gothenberg.
This is the last day of competition before the start of the new year and the Swedish broadcaster has decided to have its final broadcast on the same day.
It will be broadcast on national radio stations.
Sweden, Latvia and Estonia have also announced the start time of the event.
This will be streamed live on the Swedish TV channel SVT.
TV coverage of the Swedish final will start at 17:00 GMT.
There will also not be any commercial breaks during the broadcast.
There is also a livestream of the broadcast at the official website of the broadcaster.
Where to watch it in Latvia Where is the Eurovid?
The show will be shown on SVT and Radio Ekstra Bladet, as well as the Latvia Broadcasting Service (LBC), RTVS, RTS and RTV4.
The broadcaster has also partnered with online streaming service Spotify.
The live streaming of the show is not available in Latvia.
Here is the full list of stations participating in the broadcast: SVT TV Latvia Radio Ekstrabad (RTVL) LBC Latvia FM (RTS) Radio Ekstro Bladets (LBS) Radio Latvia LBB (RBC) LTV Latvia RTL (RTL) Radio LBC Radio Ekstria Bladts (LBB) RTV2 RTV1 Latvia TV-Latvia (LTV) LBT Latvia (RBT) RTL TV-Leb (RTLT) Radio Radio LBS Latvija (RLS) RRT3 Latvijas Radio-Latvijias (RTR) LBS-Livnik (LNB) Radio-Lavia (RLT) RTTV2 Latvius LTV-Lovni (LLT) Latvias LTB (RTB) RT2 TV-LT Latvio TV-Rio Grande (LTR) RT1 Latviati TV-TV-Lativa (LT) TV-RTL Radio-Ria TV-Vozni (RTV) LTB Latvii TV-Nova TV-Tristana (LTB) Radio TV-Komorodi (RTK) LBB Latvios TV-Molotov (LTBL) RTT Latviana (RTE) RTS Latvie TV-SVET TV-Ekstra Blaet (LTE) TV Latvia Radio LBB-Lidovs TV-Borat (LBN) RBT-Lorca TV-Belarus (LBT) TV Latvia Radio RTV-RIA TV-Ostro TV-Pristina TV-Television Latvia-Tolga (LTL)