Youro Theme Contest

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Youro Theme Contest
YTCLogoOfficial.png
Official logo of Youro Theme Contest since 1st edition
Genre Song Contest
Country of origin List of countries
Language(s) English
Production
Running time 2 hours
Production company(s) Youro Broadcasting Union
Broadcast
Picture format 1080i (HDTV)
Original run May 2017 – present
External links
Official website


The Youro Theme Contest is a monthly singing competition held among many of the active member countries of the Your Broadcasting Union (YBU). Each member country submits a song to be performed on live television and radio and then casts votes for the other countries' songs to determine the most popular song in the competition. The Contest has been broadcast every edition since its inauguration in 2017. The contest differs from the Youro Song Contest as this contest is theme based where the host country decides the theme of the contest. The theme can anything from a specific genre, to songs from a specific decade, junior songs etc. however the theme has to be approved by the YBU.

The songs have to follow the regular rules of this contest can be found here and the theme rules given in each edition.

History[edit | edit source]

After a poll created by the YBU, the countries of Youro decided that the Junior Youro Song Contest 5 will be the last edition and it will be replaced by Youro Theme Contest. The contest is a theme based contest where the host country decides the theme.

The first edition will take place in the winning country of Junior Youro Song Contest 5.

Format[edit | edit source]

The participating countries submit songs, which are performed live in a television programme transmitted across the Youro Network by the YBU simultaneously to all countries. A "country" as a participant is represented by one television broadcaster from that country: typically, but not always, that country's national public broadcasting organisation. The programme is hosted by one of the participant countries, and the transmission is sent from the auditorium in the host city. During this programme, after all the songs have been performed, the countries then proceed to cast votes for the other countries' songs: nations are not allowed to vote for their own song. At the end of the programme, the winner is declared as the song with the most points. The winner receives, simply, the prestige of having won, and the winning country is invited to host the next edition.

Each edition consists of a theme decided by the host broadcaster, but it has to be approved by the YBU.

Participants[edit | edit source]

Edition Country that debuted
1st  Afrikan,  Alvinia,  Arcorar,  Asgardia,  Bartistan,  Campre,  Coco Islands,  Cowland,  Destiny,  Elliria,  Esdonia,  Fire Island,  Gmalazia,  Hastwyn,  Josem,  Julbrendsen Isles,  Kalipolis,  Kashykia,  Lazanistan,  Limania,  Mexerica,  Musiclandia,  Orange Island,  Phytopia,  Presivea Republic,  Southern Slavonia,  Teardrop Islands,  The Kaju's,  Uff Da,  Unedig Cymru,  Vallésta,  Volbaria,
2nd  Hellheim,  Limnoupolitana,  Vijamar
3rd  Graustark,  Rockland,  Vivland,  United Fulania
4th  Auryville,  Saint-Milo,  Sakamichiland
5th  Golden Eagle,  Platonia,  Sotora
6th  Dacla
7th  Kosma,  Niterus Kingdom,  Richyland
8th  Chibcha Republic,  Macedonian Kingdom
9th  Koxeweij
10th  Mărium,  Mientjeland
11th  Ikana
13th  Renaoland
14th  Iozenia,  Blendison
15th  Ddinas-Y-Cathod Bach Ddrwg

Hosting[edit | edit source]

Themes[edit | edit source]

Since the first edition themes and slogans have been introduced in the show. The theme is decided by the host broadcaster and based on the this theme the slogan and the visual design are developed.

Edition Host city Theme
1st Lazanistan Matildefjord Retro Songs
2nd Asgardia Nemorya Trashy Songs
3rd Asgardia Nemorya Afrasia
4th Esdonia Monnburg Black & White
5th Campre Aria Reality Artists
6th Arcorar Arakhor World Hits
7th Orange Island Colange Eurovision Flops
8th Asgardia Nemorya Folk Music
9th Teardrop Islands Shatzlar Slavic Music
10th Rockland Cashville Random Genre
11th Cowland Leite Black Artists
12th Uff Da Gokk Time Travel
13th Southern Slavonia Slavonska Lipa ESC NF Songs
14th The Kaju's Dragoria Names
15th Uff Da Gokk Animals

Winners[edit | edit source]

Edition Country Artist (s) Song Points Margin Runner-up Date Host city Part.
1st  Asgardia Bonnie Tyler Total Eclipse Of The Heart 174 13  Campre 19 June 2017 Lazanistan Matildefjord 32
2nd  Asgardia Wang Rong Rollin Chick Chick 141 18  Josem 24 July 2017 Asgardia Nemorya 32
3rd  Esdonia Judika Apakah ini cinta 154 4  Josem 31 August 2017 Asgardia Nemorya 32
4th  Campre Little Mix Little Me 122 4  Uff Da 14 October 2017 Esdonia Monnburg 32
5th  Arcorar Carrie Underwood Blown Away 166 32  Bartistan 27 November 2017 Campre Aria 29
6th  Orange Island Adele Someone Like You 134 0  Asgardia 30 December 2017 Arcorar Arakhor 32
7th  Asgardia Mei Finegold Same Heart 145 18  Phytopia 2 February 2018 Orange Island Colange 39
8th  Teardrop Islands Eivør Í Tokuni 175 72  Cowland 4 March 2018 Asgardia Nemorya 31
9th  Rockland Sergey Lazarev 7 Tsifr 118 0  Fire Island 28 March 2018 Teardrop Islands Shatzlar 26
10th  Cowland Tasha Cobbs ft. Kierra Sheard Your Spirit 123 3  Richyland 2 May 2018 Rockland Cashville 30
11th  Uff Da Janice You Only Say You Love Me in the Dark 131 5  Southern Slavonia 5 June 2018 Cowland Leite 30
12th  Southern Slavonia Bonnie Tyler Holding Out for a Hero 154 12  Cowland 8 July 2018 Uff Da Gokk 28
13th  The Kaju's Jon Henrik Fjällgren Feat. Aninia En Värld Full Av Strider 122 7  Josem 12 August 2018 Southern Slavonia Slavonska Lipa 29
14th  Uff Da Kim Petras Heart to Break 114 5  Fire Island 7 September 2018 The Kaju's Dragoria 24
15th  None  None September 2018 Uff Da Gokk TBA


By country[edit | edit source]

By language[edit | edit source]

Wins Language Editions Countries
9 English 1st, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, 10th, 11th, 12th, 14th Asgardia, Campre, Arcorar, Orange Island, Cowland, Uff Da, Southern Slavonia
1 Chinese 2nd Asgardia
Chinese 8th Teardrop Islands
Indonesian 3rd Esdonia
Indonesian 9th Rockland
Sami 13th The Kaju's
Swedish 13th The Kaju's

Other Contests[edit | edit source]

See also[edit | edit source]