With the Eurovision Song Contest drawing to a close, Eurovision fans around the world can now tune in to Spain’s official Eurovision broadcast, which will air live from the Lido arena in Madrid.
In a bid to ensure that all fans can see Spain’s final song, the country’s media, the Spanish National Broadcasting Authority (SNVB) has been holding a live feed of the ceremony to ensure a seamless experience.
To watch the live stream, fans can either subscribe to an online streaming service or use the official website.
The event is scheduled for Sunday (March 14), with the winner of the Eurogroup 4-3 (Arriola, Cara, Carrera, El País, and Valencia) crowned on Monday (March 15).
The Eurovision song contest was officially launched in 1964, and in 2016 the number of songs performed increased by about 60% from the previous year.