The EBU and the host broadcaster KAN, the Israeli national broadcaster have unveiled the Eurovision 2019  Semi-finals running order. 

A total of 35 nations will be competing in the two semi finals set to take place on 14 and 16 May.The running order for the two semi-finals has been determined by host broadcaster KAN and approved by the EBU.

First Semi-Final

Seventeen countries will participate in Semi-final 1 on 14 May, during which Cyprus will have the honour of opening Semi-final 1,whilst San Marino will be the last country to take the stage. The running order of the first Semi-Final on 14 May:

  1. Cyprus
  2. Montenegro
  3. Finland
  4. Poland
  5. Slovenia
  6. Czech Republic
  7. Hungary
  8. Belarus
  9. Serbia
  10. Belgium
  11. Georgia
  12. Australia
  13. Iceland
  14. Estonia
  15. Portugal
  16. Greece
  17. San Marino

Second Semi-Final

A  total of 18 countries will participate in Semi-final 2 on 16 May  Armenia will be the nation opening Semi-final 2,whilst Azerbaijan will be the last country to perform on stage. The running order of the second Semi-Final on 16 May.
  1. Armenia
  2. Ireland
  3. Moldova
  4. Switzerland
  5. Latvia
  6. Romania
  7. Denmark
  8. Sweden
  9. Austria
  10. Croatia
  11. Malta
  12. Lithuania
  13. Russia
  14. Albania
  15. Norway
  16. The Netherlands
  17. North Macedonia
  18. Azerbaijan

Grand Final

The running order of the Grand Final on 18 May will be determined by the producers, right after the second Semi-Final, in the early hours of Friday 17 May. Traditionally, the starting position for the host country was drawn during the Heads of Delegation in early March, Israel will perform at position 14.
Israel will perform 14th in the Grand Final of the 2019 Eurovision Song Contest

The 2019 Eurovision Song Contest is scheduled to be held on 14, 16, and 18 May at Expo Tel Aviv in Tel Aviv, Israel.

Source: Eurovision.tv