How to watch Eurovision in the US?

Eurovision Song Contest, the largest entertainment show in the world is about to kick off big with it's three major shows starting tomorrow. If you're located in the United States then, unfortunately, you might need some help accessing the European megashow. Here are a few ways in which you can become a part of the world's most outstanding entertainment spectacle while being located in the United States.

Grand Final on Logo TV

For the third year in a row Logo TV will broadcast the grand final of the Eurovision Song Contest. The network brought the show to American audience back in 2016 and has stayed committed to broadcasting it ever since. Unfortunately, Logo TV will not be broadcasting the first or second semi-final, so you just have to stay tight and wait for the final show. The Grand Final will air live on Saturday, May 12 at 3PM ET via LogoTV.com and the LogoTV app.

As in 2017, this year the commentators will return. Michelle Visage and Ross Matthews will be providing commentary during the show.


VPN Access: Eurovision YouTube Page

Due to changes in broadcasting and copyright rules, Youtube's Eurovision shows are currently blocked in the US, Canada, Brazil, and South Korea. Making it harder for Americans to broadcast or re-watch Eurovision performances from 2016 onward. That being said, VPN solutions allow viewers to gain access to YouTube content geo-locked in the US, including the official commentary-free live broadcast of the ESC's semi-finals, and grand final. Simply turn on your VPN and visit the official Eurovision Youtube channel to live stream Eurovision shows or re-watch previous performance. Please note that geo-locked videos or videos not available in your country will not be visible without VPN.

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Valev Laube is an Estonian-born brand manager, artist, and designer currently based in New York.

He is an alumnus of the University of Rochester (Rochester, NY) and the United World College of the Adriatic (Duino, Italy). 
His works have been exhibited both in the United States and Canada, and his performed world-wide.

His most recent projects include a web presence and design project for a world-wide brand consultancy Marquee Brand Builder, branding for a promotional goods design and production company Sacatelle, and many other design work for companies such Kenneth Cole, Steve Madden, Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf, and many others. His most recent independent projects include organizing a multidisciplinary concert "Tonality of Culture" (National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.), creating a music video for an Estonian-Finnish indie-pop band Popidiot, branding and curating works for The Foundation for Estonian Arts and Letters (New York, NY).

In 2016 and 2017 he was the creative director of the Estonian Cultural Days in New York, and collaborated as a video artist on a performance-art show "Reflection Spectrum" at Anita's Way (New York, NY).