Eurovision ‘a godsend’ for music and tourism in Liverpool

Eurovision will be a “godsend” for music and tourism organisations in Liverpool which are preparing to showcase themselves to the world. Tens of thousands of fans are expected in Merseyside over the next week as the city hosts the song contest, which culminates in the final on Saturday May 13. Tourism leaders hope the contest could create a legacy for the city which is famous as the birthplace of the Beatles and became a Unesco city of music in 2015.