Eurovision pre-party season officially kicked off at the end of March in Riga.
But now it’s time to keep the party going, with the London Eurovision Party 2018 set to take place this coming Thursday 5th April.
24 acts have been confirmed to appear at this year’s event, including 18 Eurovision 2018 representatives and 6 special guests.
London Eurovision Party 2018 Confirmed Line-Up
#LEP2018 @bushpepaeugent @jessicamauboy @CesarSampson_ @EquinoxBulgaria @MikolasJosef @FelixSandman @MadameMonsieur @schultemusic @ALafsson @Ryan_Acoustic @IZasimauskaite @GromeeOfficial @jessica_muscat @Alfred_ot2017 @Alfred_ot2017 @BenjyIngrosso @zibbz_official @surieofficial pic.twitter.com/vCU1apKGMp
— London Eurovision (@LDNEurovision) March 31, 2018
SuRie (UK) – Headline Act
Jessika ft. Jennifer (San Marino)
Ari Ólafsson (Iceland)
Benjamin Ingrosso (Sweden)
Ieva Zasimauskaite (Lithuania)
Jessica Mauboy (Australia)
Gromee ft. Lukas Meijer (Poland)
Vanja Radovanovic (Montenegro)
Mikolas Josef (Czech Republic)
Michael Schulte (Germany)
Alfred & Amaia (Spain)
Cesar Sampson (Austria)
Ryan O’Shaughnessy (Ireland)
Eugent Bushpepa (Albania)
Madame Monsieur (France)
Lucie Jones (UK 2017)
Felix Sandman (Melodifestivalen 2018)
Corinne Hermès (Luxembourg 1983)
Stella & Alexandra (Melodi Grand Prix 2018)
Margaret Berger (Norway 2013)
Suzy (Portugal 2014)
Regular hosts Nikki French (the UK’s Eurovision 2000 representative) and Paddy O’Connell (former UK semi-final commentator) are back once again to guide us through proceedings.
Wiwibloggs will be on the ground to bring you interviews with each star and performance videos from the night’s party. If you’ve got a burning question for any of the acts attending this year’s event then be sure to let us know in the comments section below and we’ll do our best to get you some answers!
London Eurovision Party 2018 Details and Tickets
London Eurovision Party 2018 is set to take place on Thursday 5th April at 19:00 GMT. The Café de Paris will play host once again to the event.
A handful of tickets are still available, starting at £65. If you’re in the area on Thursday and want to come along, you can purchase tickets here.
This year marks the 11th consecutive year that the London Eurovision Party has taken place. It has quickly become a must-stop location for many Eurovision acts during their promo tour and gives us one of our first indications of who may surprise with their live performance at the actual contest in May.