It’s been a tradition for nine years already: The Eurovision Top 250. In the tenth edition, Songfestival.be will once again host the voting process to find the best Eurovision song of all time.
The Eurovision Top 250 has become a major event on December 31st every year. Lots of fans go through the effort of sending in their ten all time favourites of the Eurovision Song Contest. The hashtag #ESC250 manages to be a trending topic on Twitter quite often during the broadcasting hours. The show is always broadcast on ESCRadio.com.
“Euphoria” by Loreen is one of the songs that always does well. It’s been the #1 in quite a few years of the Eurovision Top 250. That has also been the case in the past two editions. Last year, two other winners completed the top three. Salvador Sobral‘s “Amar Pelos Dois” finished in second, with Jamala’s “1944” claiming third place. The oldest song to feature on the list was Domenico Modugno’s 1958 effort “Nel Blu Di Pinto Di Blu”, which reached #147 on the list. The biggest climber last year was Verka Serduchka. Her “Dancing Lasha Tumbai” from 2007 climbed from #246 to #71. You can find the full ranking from last year here.
Voting to start on Monday
You can send in your votes from Monday onwards. Due to the huge success of the voting last year, the organisers have decided to give fans a longer voting window. Instead of the usual ten days, you will now have two whole weeks to vote for your favourite Eurovision tracks.
The voting link will be published by Songfestival.be this Monday at 15:00 CET. On December 31st, we’ll find out who have made the Eurovision Top 250 through ESCRadio. The broadcast will then start at 11:00 CET. Read more about the voting here, on Songfestival.be.