Accreditation

The application period for this year’s Junior Eurovision Song Contest accreditation has ended.

How to apply?

To apply for accreditation, please create a profile for yourself by going to Accredion, the accreditation platform for all Eurovision Live Events, and submit your application to the relevant delegation for review.

Before applying

When filling out the application form, each applicant must assign themselves within a relevant media type and role. Please ensure you submit these details carefully, as invalid or false submissions will not be processed.

Applications from National Media (for participating nations), Regional Media (for participating nations) and any Community Media whose reach is aimed at a given national audience (for participating nations) will be reviewed by the Head of Delegation of the relevant participating broadcaster.  Applications from International News Agencies/Outlets and International Community Media and outlets established in a non-participating country will be reviewed by the Head of Delegation of the International Delegation.  Agency/International photographer applications will be reviewed by the International Delegation. 

Photographers representing outlets from participating countries will be reviewed by the Head of Delegation of the relevant country. Please ensure correct contact details, and the details of your supervisor, are included when you submit, in case there are any problems with your application.

Fan accreditation

This year there will be no special accreditations for fans, however you are welcome to apply for press accreditation instead.

Do I need a VISA?

You do not need a VISA to enter Belarus. However, you will need to provide a medical insurance policy with coverage for at least € 10,000. Click HERE for more information on this document on the website of the Belarusian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

The Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2018 will take place in the Minsk Arena on Sunday, 25 November, 2018, 16:00-18:20 CET and will feature a record breaking 20 participating countries. 

By applying for accreditation to the Junior Eurovision Song Contest you confirm to have read and agree with the Terms & Conditions.