One slayed her country’s Eurovision national final to win the ticket to Kyiv. The other was internally selected by her broadcaster to compete at the Eurovision Song Contest 2017 in May.
And now Lucie Jones and Jana Burceska have something in common: They’re heading to Amsterdam to sing on stage at Eurovision In Concert, one of the crown jewels in the pre-party circuit that annually precedes the Eurovision fortnight.
“Never Give Up On You” and “Dance Alone” aren’t the only new songs announced for the setlist in Amsterdam either.
HUNGARY, MOLDOVA AND ROMANIA ALSO ANNOUNCED FOR EUROVISION IN CONCERT 2017
Joci Pápai became one of the first winners of national selection season at Hungary‘s A Dal final in February and now he’s taking his song “Origo” to the Netherlands.
He’ll be joined by Moldova‘s Sunstroke Project. They’ve already been hard on the promo trail and Eurovision in Concert will be another chance to promote “Hey Mamma” ahead of its appearance in Semi-Final 1 on May 9.
Last of the new announcements is Romania‘s Ilinca feat. Alex Florea. “Yodel It!” has been rising in the odds since it won Selectia Nationala 2017 and now the duo are hitting the road to improve Romania’s chances of success at Eurovision 2017.
These five join thirteen others acts already announced for Eurovision in Concert 2017.
FULL LINEUP FOR EUROVISION IN CONCERT 2017 (so far)
Albania – Lindia with “World”
Montenegro – Slavko Kalezi? with “Space”
Germany – Levina with “Perfect Life”
Italy – Francesco Gabbani with “Occidentali’s Karma”
France – Alma with “Requiem”
Spain – Manel Navarro with “Do It For Your Lover”
Armenia – Artsvik with “Fly With Me”
Austria – Nathan Trent with “Running on Air”
Belarus – NAVI with “Historyja majho žyccia”
Poland – Kasia Mos with “Flashlight”
Cyprus – Hovig with “Gravity”
Switzerland – Timebelle with “Apollo”
Netherlands – OG’3NE with “Lights And Shadows”
United Kingdom – Lucie Jones with “Never Give Up On You”
Romania – Ilinca feat. Alex Florea with “Yodel It”
Moldova – Sunstroke Project with “Hey Mamma”
FYR Macedonia – Jana Burceska with “Dance Alone”
Hungary – Joci Pápai with “Origo”