OREANDA-NEWS The city of the Eurovision 2025 music contest has been revealed. The application for the event was submitted by the Zurich authorities, this is stated on their official portal.

"Eurovision will give Zurich the opportunity to present itself as a cultural and tourist center open to the world," the city hall said.

Mayor Corine Mauch noted that Zurich has developed infrastructure and has the necessary venue for the Eurovision Song Contest — the Hallenstadion Stadium with 15,000 seats. This is the largest indoor arena in the country, next to which the Zurich Exhibition Hall is located, which can also be used as an additional venue.

Swiss representative Nemo scored 591 points with the song The Code and won the final of the 68th Eurovision Song Contest 2024, held on Saturday, May 11, in Malmo, Sweden. In second place was the performer Baby Lasagna (real name Marko Purisic) from Croatia with a score of 547 points. The Ukrainian duo Jerry Heil and Alyona Alyona rounded out the top three with 453 points.