A list of people who took part in the Eurovision Song Contest in 1974.

The Contest was hosted by Katie Boyle at the Brighton Dome in Brighton, United Kingdom.

See national final entries for 1974.

Performers with multiple appearances in 1974

Dominique Poulain2
Francine Chantereau2
Catherine Bonnevay2
Martine Latorre2

Artists who had performed at Eurovision before 1974

NamePrevious appearances
Romuald Figuier2
Margo Quantrell2
Vicki Brown2
Philip Kruse1
Bjørn Kruse1
Maggie Stredder1
Marian Davies1
Gigliola Cinquetti1
Piet Souer1
Anne-Karine Strøm1

Writers who had written Eurovisions songs before 1974

NamePrevious songs
Gerrit den Braber3
Mario Panzeri2
José Calvário1
Jean-Pierre Bourtayre1
Hans van Hemert1
José Niza1

Artists who performed in 1974

Named artists Named artist Backing artists Backing artist
Belgium   List of performers is complete Fleur De Liberté
Writer Jacques Hustin, Franck Gérald
Spokesperson  André Hagon
Conductor  Pierre Chiffre
Finland   List of performers is complete Äla Mene Pois (Keep Me Warm)
Writer Eero Koivistoinen, Frank Robson
Spokesperson  Aarre Elo
Conductor  Ossi Runne
France La vie à vingt-cinq ans
Germany   List of performers is complete Die Sommermelodie
Writer Werner Scharfenberger, Kurt Feltz
Spokesperson  Ekkehard Böhmer
Conductor  Werner Scharfenberger Writer
Greece   List of performers is complete Krassi, Thalassa Ke T'agori Mou
Writer Giorgos Katsaros, Pythagoras
Spokesperson  Mako Georgiadou
Conductor  George Catsaros
Ireland   List of performers is complete Cross Your Heart
Writer Paul Lyttle
Spokesperson  Brendan Balfe
Conductor  Colman Pearce
Israel   List of performers is complete Natati La Khaiai
Writer Danny Sanderson, Alon Oleartchick
Spokesperson  Yitzhak Shim'oni
Conductor  Yonatan Rechter
Italy   List of performers is complete Si
Writer Corrado Conti, Daniele Pace, Lorenzo Pilat, Mario Panzeri
Spokesperson  Anna Maria Gambineri
Conductor  Gianfranco Monaldi
Luxembourg   List of performers is complete Bye, Bye, I Love You
Writer Ralph Siegel, Michael Kunze
Conductor  Charles Blackwell
Monaco   List of performers is complete Celui Qui Reste Et Celui Qui S'en Va
Writer Jean-Pierre Bourtayre, Michel Jourdan
Spokesperson  Sophie Hecquet
Conductor  Raymond Donnez
Netherlands   List of performers is complete I See A Star
Writer Hans van Hemert, Gerrit den Braber
Spokesperson  Harry Hagedoorn
Conductor  Harry van Hoof
Norway   List of performers is complete The First Day Of Love
Writer Frode Thingnæs, Philip Kruse
Spokesperson  Sverre Christophersen
Conductor  Frode Thingnæs Writer
Portugal   List of performers is complete E Depois Do Adeus
Writer José Calvário, José Niza
Spokesperson  Henrique Mendes
Conductor  José Calvário Writer
Spain   List of performers is complete Canta Y Se Feliz
Writer Peret
Spokesperson  Antolín García
Conductor  Rafael Ibarbia
Sweden   List of performers is complete Waterloo[Winning song]
Writer Benny Andersson, Björn Ulvaeus, Stikkan Anderson
Spokesperson  Sven Lindahl
Conductor  Sven-Olof Walldoff
Switzerland   List of performers is complete Mein Ruf Nach Dir
Writer Pepe Ederer
Spokesperson  Michel Stocker
Conductor  Pepe Ederer Writer
United Kingdom   List of performers is complete Long Live Love
Writer Harold Spiro, Valerie Avon
Spokesperson  Colin Ward-Lewis
Conductor  Nick Ingman
Yugoslavia   List of performers is complete Generacija '42
Writer Kornelije Kovač
Spokesperson  Helga Vlahović
Conductor  Zvonimir Skerl
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