Eurovision 2023: The Second Day’s rehearsal schedule!

The big moment for all Eurofans has arrived. The wait comes to an end, as we are now in the most important days before the live shows. Rehearsals officially begun yesterday for the 67th Eurovision Song Contest to be held in Liverpool, United Kingdom.

The rehearsals are divided into two phases; the first phase will last three days, from Sunday 30/04 until Tuesday 02/05 and will include the first rehearsals of all the countries taking part in the two semi-finals of the competition. The second phase will last from Wednesday 03/05 until Saturday 06/05 and includes the second rehearsals of the countries of the two semi-finals as well as the rehearsals of the countries competing directly in the Final, namely the Big 5 and last year’s winner Ukraine.

Last year’s changes in the way rehearsals are covered continue this year, as the Press Center opens on Monday after the first and second rehearsals, which means that the information we will have for the first week of the competition will come exclusively from the material to be provided by the EBU to the accredited journalists.


Ten countries in total will make their first appearance on stage at the M&S Bank Arena, five from the first semi-final and five from the second. These countries are:

  1. Israel 11.30 – 12.00
  2. Azerbaijan 12.10 – 12.40
  3. Czechia 12.50 – 13.20
  4. Netherlands 13.30 – 14.00
  5. Finland 15.10 – 15.40
  6. Denmark 15.50 – 16.20
  7. Armenia 16.30 – 17.00
  8. Romania 17.10 – 17.40
  9. Belgium 17.50 – 18.20
  10. Cyprus 18.30 – 19.00

From Monday 8/5, the press center opens normally for accredited journalists, who will have the opportunity to watch the general rehearsals before the live shows as was the case in previous years.

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