Years

Each year of the Eurovision Song Contest, most recent first. Note that in 1956 the participating countries each sent two songs. The 2020 Contest was cancelled – information is included for reference but does not contribute to artists' total appearance stats.

The page for 2023 shows those acts currently confirmed.

YearSongsPerformers knownPer song
195614171.71
195710131.3
195810101
195911131.18
196013131
196116171.06
196216171.06
196316211.31
196416181.13
196518191.22
196618251.67
196717201.35
196817321.88
196916302.38
197012192.08
197118493
197218543.28
197317453.76
197417804.94
197519574.26
197618734.72
197718885
197820764.8
197919915
198019805.26
198120855.3
198218835.06
198320825.05
198419655
198519764.68
198620835.25
198722935.27
198821845.19
198922884.64
199022985.59
1991221005.09
199223944.7
1993251245.44
1994251024.44
1995231035.3
1996231065.43
1997251175.4
199825974.92
199923994.83
2000241175.58
2001231035.09
2002241015.29
2003261105.46
2004361645.39
2005391715.28
2006371815.59
2007422205.71
2008432075.58
2009422075.55
2010392075.46
2011432235.44
2012422054.98
2013391944.97
2014371875.05
2015401934.83
2016422145.19
2017421964.67
2018432215.14
2019412205.37
202041852.07
2021391744.46
2022401583.98

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