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Eurovision in Concert: More updates to lineup confirmed

As we approach the 2019 contest, we can look forward to one of the great pre-parties held each year in Amsterdam.

The 11th edition of Eurovision in Concert will take place at AFAS Live on Saturday, 6 April 2019. Lots of participating acts in the forthcoming Eurovision Song Contest will promote their Eurovision entries live on stage. This year’s hosts will be Cornald Maas and Marlayne Sahupala. Tickets can be purchased via Ticketmaster Nederland.

We can report now that the SRBUK of Armenia, Kate Miller-Heidke of Australia and Tulia of Poland have been confirmed to appear

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Unfortunately, Michaela Pace from Malta has had to cancel her appearance at Eurovision in Concert due to rehearsal schedule for Tel Aviv.

The current lineup for the concert is now:

  • Duncan Laurence – Netherlands
  • Tulia – Poland
  • Kate Miller-Heidke – Australia
  • SRBUK – Armenia
  • Hatari – Iceland
  • Sarah Mcternan – Ireland
  • Oto Nemsadze – Georgia
  • Luca Hanni – Switzerland
  • Ester Peony – Romania
  • Nevena Bozovic – Serbia
  • Zena – Belarus
  • Lake Malawi – Czech Republic
  • Darude feat. Sebastian Rejman
  • Serhat – San Marino
  • Joci Papai – Hungary
  • Kobi Marimi – Israel
  • Katerine Duska – Greece
  • S!sters – Germany
  • D-moll – Montenegro
  • Michaela Pace – Malta
  • Keiino – Norway
  • Juryjus – Lithuania
  • Michael Rice – UK
  • Miki – Spain
  • Paenda – Austria
  • Bilal Hassani – France
  • Jonida Maliqi – Albania
  • Eliot – Belgium
  • Special guest star – 1998 winner Dana International
  • Special guest star – 1982 winner Nicole

This is sure to be an event not to be missed. If making the trip to Tel Aviv is too difficult – this is a great way for fans to see many of the acts perform live.

The official Eurovision in Concert Afterparty takes place right after Eurovision in Concert at the Isla Talent Stage (first floor) of AFAS Live.

Tickets are priced € 15,00 and can be purchased at Amsterdam Calling (Friday, 5 April at Melkweg) and at the door of AFAS Live (Saturday, 6 April).

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And if you are in town for the weekend, why not take advantage of the OGAE NL event happening the night before the concert.

OGAE NL, the Dutch Eurovision fan club, will host Amsterdam Calling: the 2019-edition will take place on Friday, April 5th in the renowned Amsterdam pop venue De Melkweg. Tickets are now available on Ticketmaster.nl.

The acts confirmed for the event thus far are:

  • Eye Cue (North Macedonia 2018)
  • SuRie (UK 2018)
  • Ryan O’Shaughnessy (Ireland 2018)
  • Hera Bjork (Iceland 2010)
  • IMRI (Israel 2017)
  • Linda Martin (Ireland 1984, 1992)
  • Ronnie Tober (Netherlands 1968)
  • Marga Bult (Marcha) (Netherlands 1987)

If you are in Amsterdam please say hello to the members of ESCplus attending!  We will have our ESCplus t-shirts and would love to say hello.

 

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