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It's time for the rehearsals to finally get underway for Eurovision 2024 at Malmö Arena! 37 countries will begin their preparations for this year's contest today, with over two weeks of coverage to come from the ESC United team on the ground!

The schedule for rehearsals is below (thank you Eurovisionworld! All times in CEST);





You can check out Matt's pre-rehearsal live stream below in case you missed it;


DAY ONE


The team will be on hand to cover everything going on in Malmö over the coming weeks, so make sure to follow ESC United on Facebook, Twitter (X), Instagram, and YouTube and Twitch to not miss a minute!

Please also use this thread for any rehearsal coverage and discussion, including for jury shows, dress rehearsals and the live shows!​
 

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Oh, I just got the info that the
Moroccanoil is an Israeli company, say no more…
 

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It has the same energy as LED outfits we had in 2015 that BBC spent the best part of a month hyping.
I have a vivid memory of finding out electro velvet were the representative by pressing the red button, bbc used to love a red button back in the day
 

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Yeah what if you pay to see the other artists but would have been fine without seeing Israel? So that's that argument gone. Beyond that how is booing not helping? Like it's literally one of the most likely places to have your voice heard by many at once. For the average person it's one of the most effective things available to them. So that's the other argument gone.

Just say you don't like it when people use the contest as a place for protest. That is the underlying argument and that has some validity. Instead we get tweets like this. I don't understand the reliance on such simplistic fallacies.
 

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So before this thread gets shut down: Maybe y'all wanna take this to the politics sub forum?
 
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