It is already official. The city of Turin (Italy) will host the next Eurovision Festival after imposing itself to 16 other candidate cities.
The locked victory of the Måneskin Transalpine Rockers in the last edition of the Festival, held in Rotterdam last May, opened the doors of the continental contest to Italy, a country that has previously housed two editions of the contest (Naples, in 1965 and Rome, 1991).
The infrastructures of the 2006 Winter Olympics have been decisive for Turin to have been selected, ahead of other cities such as Rome, Milan, Trieste, Naples, Venice, Genoa or Florence, as the next scenario of the television show. "The Palalimpico exceeds all the necessary requirements to organize a global event of this scale," the Eurovision Executive Supervisor, Martin Österdahl, said, who has also highlighted "the enthusiasm and commitment of the city of Turin, which will receive Thousands of amateurs ".
In the coming weeks and months you will be revealed by more details about the shows, tickets and events that accompany each year to Eurovision. Italian public television RAI will exercise a 2022 Eurovision ceremonies teacher. Each edition of the contest is followed by more than 200 million viewers around the world.
Italy is one of the founding countries of Eurovision, in 1956, and is in the group of five countries that most economically contribute to the European Broadcasting Union (EBU), with Germany, Spain, France and the United Kingdom, with a fixed square in The final, EFE report. Italian history in the contest, which abandoned in 1997 and who would not return until 2011, is laureated with three victories: the first one in the remote 1964 with "Non Ho L'età" of Gigliola Cinquetti, followed by "Insieme: 1992" of Toto Cutugno in 1990 and Maneskin.Updated Date: 09 October 2021, 18:47