The London Eurovision Party has been going strong for 7 years. Now it’s going posh. The 2014 edition will take place in the swanky Café De Paris in London’s Covent Garden. The recently renovated cafe, which is celebrating its 90th anniversary, will welcome some of this year’s hottest Eurovision stars on Sunday, April 13 from 19:00.

The line-up (as of March 10)

The confirmed acts are coming thick and fast. So far organisers have revealed six of them. Armenia’s Aram MP3—who throws down a mean Emmelie de Forest cover—and Conchita Wurst—half woman, half sausage—will perform their to-be-released Eurovision entries.

Conchita WurstMalta’s Firelight will be stopping by to perform ‘Coming Home’, while Sebalter, this year’s Swiss representative, will go all honky-tonk with ‘Hunter of Stars’. Montenegro’s Sergej Cetkovic will perform the theme song from Titanic, and self-described MILF Tijana Dapcevic will werk her tongue as she performs her English-language entry “To the Sky”. We’re exhausted just thinking about it.

ESC veteran Nicki French (United Kingdom 2000) and BBC commentator Paddy O’Connell will steer contestants on and off the stage while all y’all dance the night away in the glitzy surroundings.

UPDATE on March 25: Spain’s Ruth Lorenzo, who does not use a body double in her official music video, and Poland’s Donatan & Cleo, this year’s best satirists, will also be at the concert. This is going to be EPIC.

Buy Tickets

Doors open at 18:00, and the first act is expected to perform at 19:00.

The pre-sale tickets have almost sold out, so you need visit Ticket Web and buy yours right now.

Café De Paris is located at 3-4 Coventry Street in London’s Covent Garden. That’s post code W1V 7FL.

You can visit the London Eurovision Party web site for more information.

Interviews

As ever, the team from wiwibloggs.com will be on hand to interview the stars and get some freshly squeezed Eurovision juice. In recent years Valentina Monetta has told us about her IKEA products, Niger Jamal has let us duet with her, Krista Siegfrids has schooled us on the importance of gay marriage, Cezar Ouatu has told us about his EGO, Anggun just looked hot and wiwiblogga Deban and Kaliopi hung out on a street corner in Soho. It was a new experience for both of them.

Anyway, see y’all there?

You can also keep up-to-date with the latest Eurovision news and gossip by following the team on Twitter @wiwibloggs and by liking our Facebook page.

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Bob
Bob
7 years ago

Armenian song was amazing love it

Rozi
Rozi
7 years ago

ARAM MP3 is amazing. Such an amazing person. I am very hopeful for the country of Armenia. I hope everyone makes the right choice.

Ariana
Ariana
7 years ago

I don’t know why, but i think Armenia’s representive Aram Mp3’s song gonna be amazing 😀 i can’t wait already, to listen it

Antonio
Antonio
7 years ago

Aram Mp3… Can’t wait for his song … !

Tatev
Tatev
7 years ago

March 14 Aram Mp3’s Song & Music video premiere ! and it is gonna be amazing !

CitizenESC
CitizenESC
7 years ago

3 days left for Aram’s song ! Can’t wait !

DAQ
DAQ
7 years ago

Watch the English Version of Catarina’s “Mea Culpa” (Portuguese Entrie):

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XCnfQUAzEdc

Dene
Dene
7 years ago

Date now corrected 😉

I love how fast these guys work 🙂

Dene
Dene
7 years ago

Web link working :0

Dene
Dene
7 years ago

Also it’s on Sunday 13th April – there isn’t a Sunday 14th April until 2019 😉
#justsaying

Tamara
Tamara
7 years ago

Link works for me! Gonna buy mine now!

Dene
Dene
7 years ago

Ticket web link doesn’t appear to be linking?

Bogdan Honciuc
7 years ago

@Alex- Yes, Paula & Ovi told Romanian media that they’d be present at London, Brussels and Amsterdam ESC gigs 🙂

Leon
Leon
7 years ago

All eyes on Aram MP3

Alex
Alex
7 years ago

I think, i’m not sure but Paula&Ovi would be there too <3 :))