Tens across the board! Whoever said the best things in life come in small packages had not spoken to the organisers of Eurovision In Concert.
This weekend over 30 acts from the Eurovision Song Contest 2018 will descend on Amsterdam for Europe’s biggest pre-party.
They’ll be joined on stage by Belgium’s Eurovision 1986 winner Sandra Kim, while Cornald Maas and Edsilia Rombley will host the show from AFAS Live, one of Amsterdam’s premiere music venues.
You can see a full list of the performing acts at this year’s Eurovision In Concert below:
- Armenia – Sevak Khanagyan
- Australia – Jessica Mauboy
- Austria – Cesár Sampson
- Belarus – ALEKSEEV
- Belgium – Sennek
- Bulgaria – EQUINOX
- Czech Republic – Mikolas Josef
- Denmark – Rasmussen
- F.Y.R. Macedonia – Eye Cue
- Finland – Saara Alto
- France – Madame Monsieur
- Germany – Michael Schulte
- Hungary – AWS
- Iceland – Ari Ólafsson
- Ireland – Ryan O’Shaughnessy
- Israel – Netta
- Latvia – Laura Rizzotto
- Lithuania – Ieva Zasimauskait?
- Malta – Christabelle
- Moldova – DoReDoS
- Montenegro – Vanja Radovanovic
- Poland – Gromee ft. Lukas Meijer
- San Marino – Jessika ft. Jenifer Brening
- Serbia – Sanja Ili? & Balkanika
- Slovenia – Lea Sirk
- Spain – Amaia y Alfred
- Sweden – Benjamin Ingrosso
- Switzerland – ZiBBZ
- The Netherlands – Waylon
- Ukraine – MELOVIN
- United Kingdom – SuRie
This year’s Eurovision In Concert is an “XL” edition to celebrate the anniversary. Organisers have chosen a larger venue than the traditional Melkweg and secured almost as many acts for the lineup as last year’s record haul of 35.
The Pre-Party season has expanded in recent years. Besides Amsterdam, it now encompasses events in Riga, London, Tel Aviv, Madrid and Moscow.
Eurovision In Concert is the last event on the pre-party calendar. Thereafter acts will have only four weeks until the night of the Grand Final, ushering in a final period of rehearsals before Eurovision week itself looms.
All attending acts will be welcomed to The Netherlands by Mark Harbers – the Dutch Secretary of State for Justice and Security – and Jon Ola Sand, the Executive Supervisor of the Eurovision Song Contest.