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Final Line-up for London Eurovision Party 2023 : 24 Countries meeting in London for the last time next Sunday 16th April before Liverpool

The final and most important stop of the whole ESC2023 preparty season, London Eurovision Party 2023 (LEP 2023), is just few days away, and very interesting and surprising acts have been revealed in the last weeks from both this year’s ESC or past year’s ESC and even JESC alumni.

Here’s the full final list of artists from ESC2023 who will be showcasing their talent and defending their entry for the upcoming ESC2023, this upcoming Sunday 16th April at HERE at Outernet in Central London:

  • Teya & Salena (Ausrria)
  • Voyager from (Australia)
  • TuralTuranX (Azerbaijan)
  • Let 3 (Croatia)
  • Vesna (Czechia)
  • Alika (Estonia)
  • Reiley (Denmark)
  • Käärijä (Finland)
  • La Zarra (France)
  • Diljá (Iceland)
  • Wild Youth (Ireland)
  • Monika Linkyte (Lithuania)
  • The Busker (Malta)
  • Pasha Parfeni (Moldova)
  • Alessandra (Norway)
  • Blanka (Poland)
  • Mimicat (Portugal)
  • Piqued Jacks (San Marino)
  • Joker Out (Slovenia)
  • Blanca Paloma (Spain)
  • Luke Black (Serbia)
  • Theodor Andrei (Romania)
  • Loreen (Sweden)
  • Mae Muller as the headliner of the show (United Kingdom)

Past Eurovision stars including Azerbaijan 2011 winner Eldar and UK JESC2022 representative Freya Skye, join the party in London

LEP is known for always bringing quality acts to the show and for surprising attendants with artists from previous editions of ESC. This year could have not been different, and apart from this year’s contestants, several past ESC contestants and winners (such as Eldar from Ell&Nikki who won ESC2011 for Azerbaijan with “Running scared”) and even JESC alumni will join the party next Sunday 16th of April.

Bilal Hassani, who represented France at ESC2019 with the song “Roi”, is set to perform at LEP2023 on the evening of the 16th of April at HERE at Outernet, followed by a surprise performance later on that same night at the famous LGBTQ+ club, Heaven, in Soho. Another iconic performance attendants must expect on Sunday is the latest JESC representative from the UK, Freya Skye, who took the UK to the top of the televote with her song “Lose my head” last December 2022 in Yerevan, Armenia, making the comeback of the UK to JESC a memorable one.

The most iconic joik-dancepop group that represented Norway in ESC2019 and won the public vote, Keiino, did not want to miss this year’s LEP either, and just like the previous years, they will join the ESC2023 contestants at this year’s LEP. They also announced a very special concert for their fans as every year, on the night before LEP. This year, the concert will take place on the night of the 15th of April at Heaven as well, and they promised to be joint by various special surprise guests. The concert will also include a M&G with their fans and a Eurovision quiz event. There are still tickets available for their concert on this link.

Here’s the list of the special guests who complete the line-up for this Sunday’s LEP:

  • Bilal Hassani (France 2019)
  • Eldar (Azerbaijan 2011)
  • Freya Skye (United Kingdom Junior Eurovision 2022)
  • KEiiNO (Norway 2019)
  • Mélovin (Ukraine 2018)
  • Senhit (San Marino 2011, 2020, 2021)
  • Tamara Todevska (North Macedonia 2008, 2019)

LEP culminates the ESC2023 preparty season the night right after “Amsterdam in Concert” takes place on the night of the 15th of April in Amsterdam, and is set to be one of the highlights of this season, including a varied and thrilling line-up. No doubt LEP will be the best way to get ready for Liverpool for the artists, where they will hang out and perform in front of the audience for the last time together before flying later this month to Liverpool to start the rehearsals for ESC2023. Thus, LEP is the last chance for the artists to enjoy themselves on the stage, share their music and come together before the competition starts next May in Liverpool, and we are sure the night of the Sunday 16th of April will be an unforgettable one in London.


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