The first edition of Eurovision Song Contest was realized in 1956, but there was no standard logo until 2004. Only for the editions held in the Netherlands, in 1970, 1976 and 1980, there was a logo used.
1970; 1976; 1980
This logo was only used in the events held in the Netherlands.
Century Gothic (1970) Times New Roman (1976) Custom type (1980)
May 21, 1970 April 3, 1976 April 19, 1980
Custom type (Eurovision) Eurostile Extended (Song Contest)
May 12, 2004
In 2004, when the semi-finals were introduced to the competition, a new generic logo for the contest was introduced to create a consistent visual identity. The flag of that particular year's host country would appear inside the heart forming the letter 'V'.
Custom type (Eurovision) Gotham Bold (Song Contest)
May 19, 2015
In 2015, to commemorate the 60th edition of the contest, the generic logo of the contest was revamped.