Today the Portuguese broadcaster RTP announced that the 63rd edition of the Eurovision Song Contest will be held in the capital, Lisbon. The contest will take place in MEO Arena on 8, 10 and 12 May 2018. This will be the first time ever that the competition will be held in Portugal, as Salvador’s win … More Lisbon it is!
Dear members of OGAE clubs accross the continent and farther afield, It is time for a challenge! Even though we like our logo, we feel that it no longer meets the standards of the modern era. This is why we would like to cordially invite those OGAE members who are graphically gifted to propose a new logo … More OGAE International call for a new logo
The OGAE Poll 2017 is running smoothly after one week of voting. Four clubs have voted, OGAE France, OGAE Ukraine, OGAE Belarus and OGAE Luxembourg. France, Ukraine and Luxembourg gave Francesco Gabbani Occidentali’s Karma there 12 points but OGAE Belarus gave its 12 points to Robin Bengtsson’s I Can’t Go On. The Top Ten: Italy 44 points … More OGAE Poll 2017: Italy in the lead
A new Bureau for the OGAE International will be elected in May 2017. According to the OGAE International Statutes the Bureau elections take place every other year. Elections will take place for each of the following seven posts: President, Secretary, Treasurer, Bureau members (2) and Deputy members (2). You may find information for each post … More Bureau elections 2017
Now it’s time for the OGAE Big Poll 2017 which is one of the biggest fan polls ahead of the contest and, with its unique geographic spread, gives a great insight into how songs may perform in May. Only OGAE club members can take part in the poll, so if you are not already a part … More OGAE Big Poll 2017