60th Anniversary Events

Two key events marking the 60th Anniversary of the Eurovision Song Contest were held in London in the run-up to the event itself in Vienna.

A selection of well-known Eurovision Song Contest artists performed in front of an audience of fans at the Eventim Apollo Hammersmith on the 31st of March. The event entitled Eurovision Song Contest’s Greatest Hits was a co-production between the BBC and more than 20 other EBU Members and features winners including Sweden’s Herreys and Austria’s 2014 champion Conchita Wurst.


For promotional purposes, you can find photos of the event in the following galleries.


On the 24th of April the Eurovision Song Contest: 60th Anniversary Conference took place at BAFTA 195 Piccadilly. This EBU event explored the impact the Song Contest has had on the European public sphere over the last six decades.

Academics, who have studied the power of the Song Contest, together with commentators and past performers examined how the Eurovision Song Contest has been used as a platform of expression for diverse communities, to create national and European identities and as a tool for nation branding.

Press accreditation

Eurovision Song Contest's Greatest Hits

Media accreditation for the Eurovision Song Contest's Greatest Hits event was managed by the BBC. Due to space restrictions and the limited availability of media facilities, only a small number of press was accredited.

Priority was given to co-producing EBU Member Broadcasters and media agencies.

Eurovision Song Contest: 60th Anniversary Conference

You can find out about the accreditation process for this event at the event page.

Stockholm 2016

Stockholm 2016 logos (.eps in .zip-file)
Logo guidelines

Vienna 2015

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Using material

VIDEOS: All media is welcome to embed videos from the official YouTube channel. You are allowed to use up to 30 seconds of each video and a total of 2 minutes in your own video reports.

PHOTOS: You can also use the Press Photos in your publications. Please credit EUROVISION/EBU and the photographer.

NEWS ACCESS: Any broadcaster which does not hold any audiovisual media rights shall be granted, upon request to the EBU, except where national law or regulation provides otherwise, a total of two minutes' news access from each of the three Shows, free of charge for use in regularly- scheduled general news bulletins broadcast within 24 hours of the Semi-Finals and the Final respectively.


The usage of the logo and the theme art of the Eurovision Song Contest is allowed for the EBU, the Participating Broadcasters and the Sponsors. Media can use them only for media reporting purposes. No commercial use is allowed.

Code of Conduct

By using your accreditation at the Eurovision Song Contest, you accept the terms laid out in the Code of Conduct.