March is in full swing, as more countries reveal when they will be releasing their respective entries. Up next is Austria, as ORF has revealed that Vincent Bueno’s Eurovision 2021 entry “Amen” will be released on March 10.
Radio premiere on 10th March
ORF will hold a press conference at 10:00 CET on 9th March, where “Amen” will be presented to the press in a virtual press conference. This press conference will be limited to the press only, and will not be broadcast publicly.
A day later on 10th March, Vincent’s entry will be premiered to the public during Ö3-Wecker on Hitradio Ö3. The show runs from 05:00 to 09:00 CET so expect another early morning release from Austria!
Vincent has already revealed the team that he will be working with for his entry and performance for the 2021 Eurovision Song Contest.
Vincent Bueno at the Eurovision Song Contest
Vincent started his Eurovision entry in 2017, where he was a backing singer for Nathan Trent and his entry ‘Running on Air’ which placed 16th overall. In 2019, ORF announced that Vincent will represent Austria in the 2020 contest in Rotterdam. Despite its cancellation, it’s been announced he will represent Austria in the 2021 contest.
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