Eurovision: Europe Shine a Light will feature artists who had been slated to compete in the song contest appearing from locations across Europe.
Update (May 5): According to a new release, "Public broadcasters from all over Europe have revealed further details of their alternative Eurovision 2020 broadcasting plans, including one-off shows featuring past and present Eurovision representatives, viewer voting polls, documentaries and more." See the new info here.
In the wake of the cancelation of the 2020 Eurovision song contest due to coronavirus, the European Broadcasting Union (EBU) has announced that a show featuring Eurovision contestants singing in solidarity will be broadcast live from locations across Europe on May 16.
The live, two-hour show “will honor all 41 songs, in a non-competitive format, as well as providing plenty of surprises for fans and viewers at home,” reads the announcement on the Eurovision website.