On April 18 — that’s next Saturday — Eurovision in Concert will stage its seventh edition. The annual event, which is considered the first major dress rehearsal for Eurovision, will feature at least 23 Eurovision 2015 acts including Måns Zelmerlöw, Morland & Debrah Scarlett, Guy Sebastian and Elnur Huseynov. It will also mark the first time we hear Guy and Knez sing their songs live. We have a feeling it’s going to be better than ever: Lucky number seven, y’all!

Dutch Eurovision commentator Cornald Maas and two time Dutch representative Edsilia Rombley will co-host. Special guests Bobbysocks! will reprise their Eurovision 1985 winning song “La det swinge”.

For more details, visit the official Eurovision in Concert web site.

We’ll be at the event asking the stars your questions, so please comment below with anything that’s on your mind!

Eurovision 2015: Confirmed acts

Albania – Elhaida Dani

Australia – Guy Sebastian

Austria – The Makemakes

Azerbaijan – Elnur Huseynov

Belarus – Uzari & Maimuna

Cyprus – John Karayiannis

France – Lisa Angell

FYR Macedonia – Daniel Kajmakoski

Georgia – Nina Sublatti

Germany – Ann Sophie

Greece – Maria-Elena Kyriakou

Hungary – Boggie

Israel – Nadav Guedj

Latvia – Aminata

Lithuania – Monika & Vaidas

Moldova – Eduard Romanyuta

Montenegro – Knez

Netherlands – Trijntje Oosterhuis

Norway – Morland & Debrah Scarlett

Serbia – Bojana Stamenov

Slovenia – Maraaya

Sweden – Måns Zelmerlöw

United Kingdom – Electro Velvet

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Ohi
Ohi
5 years ago

Whoop! looking forward to next week. Well worth it. Heading out to Amsterdam next Friday. So excited 🙂

2015
2015
5 years ago

Question for Ann Sophie:

”What does the song mean to you and how are you preparing for the big Final?”

I just hope that Ann Sophie knows that she didn’t won cause Andreas rejected because of personal issues. She won because she has an amazing song and that alot of people are behind her. Germany will do great in the final, mark my words ;p

Nicky1991
Nicky1991
5 years ago

i don’t care about these concerts, it’s about Vienna and not those stupid concerts

Nicky1991
Nicky1991
5 years ago

Malta has their own concert, with former entries and Amber being the main act. it gives the maltese people the chance to wave out Amber for Vienna.

Kate
Kate
5 years ago

does anyone know if there are other ticket agencies that one can get tickets ….even though this is sold out ie “package deals”

Eugene ESC UK
Eugene ESC UK
5 years ago

criticca :- I think with Italy and Estonia, both songs were selected very early and there is a case for songs getting stale with the ardent fans. I think it is always good to promote the songs as there are always new listeners. But having said that, Italy very rarely promote, they just turn up and sing mostly. This is not the way to win the ESC, it could be a major problem. Advantage Sweden.

Fatima
Fatima
5 years ago

I have to admit that I skipped the chance to go to this and the London party at the cramped Cafe de Paris. When there are that many acts all doing at least one song and you’re struggling to get a good view, it’s endurance rather than entertainment. We need venues with seating.

criticca
criticca
5 years ago

Where on earth are Italy? Are they this confident to not promote at all? Marco Mengoni attended at least 1 of these events & managed to finish Top 10. My gosh, Il Volo are WASTING their oppurtunity to expand internationally like Emma & Germany did last year!!

Eugene ESC UK
Eugene ESC UK
5 years ago

The UK’s Electro Velvet are now confirmed at all 3 Eurovision parties. Only the UK, LATVIA and MOLDOVA appear at all three and 9 countries appear at two parties.

Of the 3 big favourites, SWEDEN has now been confirmed at Amsterdam and London.

Interestingly ITALY and ESTONIA are still sleeping and have not as yet confirmed any dates.

ESCaddict
ESCaddict
5 years ago

Questions for Elnur Huseynov.
“Having participated in Eurovision in 2008, what is one thing you learnt you should do & one thing you learnt you should not do?”
“How did you end up with the brilliant song, The Hour of the Wolf? Did you choose it? If so, what was special about this song?”

G. Skarsgard
G. Skarsgard
5 years ago

YES! Norway:)

So many absences? Russia? Italy, Portugal, Spain…?

Darren
Darren
5 years ago

Yet again, Ireland dont attend, the same thing happened last year. Hence why they always manage to fail, because there is never enough publicity, advertising or interviews around them. We dont hear anything from the Irish representative until we see them in the semi final, compared to other acts who tour, give live performances and appear at events such as this. Jedward had massive publicity in 2011 with billboards all over Germany, interviews and stuff and look, they came 8th.
Stupid RTE always trying to cut costs and save money…yet pay their well-known presenters extortionist wages.

sds
sds
5 years ago

probably Poland will take part too.

Marco Antonio
Marco Antonio
5 years ago

WOW! Sweden?? NIIIIIIICEEE!!!!

Sadly no Il Volo, but that was expected, they are the bussiest act (I’m still surprised that they said yes to ESC xD)

JK Hawaii
5 years ago

Anyone in the first semi will benefit since increased exposure means a better chance in the more difficult Semi-Final…
Hope to see some videos to see how some of them improved since rearranging their songs!

I’d like to hear what Eurovision means to each artist you interview and what they see in the next decade in terms of music and spectacle—will it get even bigger and better with even higher quality songs?

jose
5 years ago

Spain will not take part in this concert finally

http://www.twitter.com/jose__st

Mar
Mar
5 years ago

That’s one great lineup, I’m really jealous of anyone with a ticket.

Alex
Alex
5 years ago

Great lineup! Looking forward to the videos!

Deniz@TurkNL
5 years ago

No Belgium, Malta? No Estonia? Spain?

I expected them to go.