London Eurovision Party Tomorrow

london 2016London Eurovision Party – Tomorrow is the annual UK leg of the now well established pre-Eurovision promo tour. The London Eurovision Party again takes place at Cafe de Paris, Soho in London on Sunday 17th April. 

Sponsored this year by Ladbrokes, as well as EscXtra as usual, the event has 18 of this year’s act appearing, plus 4 former participants in ESC and Junior ESC. The latest acts to be added are Frans of Sweden and Nicky Byrne from Ireland to the excitement of many.

Tickets are sold out.

Performing at the London Eurovision Party will be:

  • Minus One (Cyprus)
  • Highway (Montenegro)
  • Francesca Michielin (Italy)
  • Justs (Latvia)
  • Zoë (Austria)
  • Barei (Spain)
  • Nina Kraljić (Croatia)
  • Greta Salóme (Iceland)
  • Ovidiu Anton (Romania)
  • Michał Szpak (Poland)
  • Poli Genova (Bulgaria)
  • Kaliopi (FYR Macedonia)
  • Amir (France)
  • Ira Losco (Malta)
  • Enida Tarifa (Albania)
  • Frans (Sweden)
  • Nicky Byrne (Ireland)
    and headliners
  • Joe & Jake (UK)

Also performing will be special guests

  • Aminata (Latvia 2015)
  • Selma (Iceland 1999 & 2005)
  • Eleftheria Eleftheriou (Greece 2012)
  • Destiny (Junior Eurovision, Malta 2015)

Hosting the event once more will be our favourite Nicki French (UK 2000) and BBC commentator and radio presenter Paddy O’Connell.

london party 2016 lineup

Eurovision Times will be heading down to London tomorrow to catch up with some of the acts at the press event in the afternoon. You can follow the events live via The Eurovision Times social media accounts tomorrow, so add them now if you haven’t already done so in order not to miss anything…

Twitter : @eurovisiontime

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3 comments on “London Eurovision Party Tomorrow

  1. If anyone has any burning questions they want us to ask any of the acts, please feel post them here

  2. Yes, can you ask Justs for his phone number for me? And Frans if the line “on my hands and knees” is to be taken literaly or figuratively?


  3. I would like to ask Amir if he can sing any other Greek song apart from “Poso Mou Leipei” :P :D

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