They sang on a giant music score at Monetvizija 2019 and will represent Montenegro at Eurovision 2019 with their song “Heaven”.
But before D-Moll get to Tel Aviv, they’ll join eleven other acts from this year’s intake at Eurovision In Concert in Amsterdam.
The group’s performance of “Heaven” will be just one in a series of promo stops on the road to Tel Aviv.
While D-Moll’s flight may take a few hours, Germany’s S!sters won’t have to travel too far for Eurovision In Concert. The “Sister” songstresses have also confirmed for the pre-party in recent days.
KEiiNO from Norway have also confirmed they’ll appear at Eurovision In Concert. That makes them the second Nordic act to confirm for the show, after Denmark’s Leonora.
Jurijus from Lithuania has confirmed, as has Paenda from Austria, Jonida from Albania and as we reported in January, Eliot from Belgium.
The Big 5 will also have a big presence. France’s Bilal, Spain’s Miki and the United Kingdom’s Michael Rice have all confirmed their participation in the show.
This year’s intake will share the Eurovision In Concert 2019 stage with Eurovision 1982 winner Nicole. Two Dutch acts from years gone by will also sing on stage.
They are Justine Pelmelay (Netherlands 1989) and Sieneke (Netherlands 2010). We can expect further confirmations through Eurovision In Concert’s social channels in the coming weeks.
Last year, 31 acts from this year’s contest took to the stage in Amsterdam and organisers will likely hope to match that success.
For a second year, the venue for the concert will be AFAS Live. In 2018, the event transferred from its traditional home at the Melkweg as part of celebration of ten years as an event.
AFAS Live has a capacity of up to 6,000 people. Last year, 32 out of 43 Eurovision acts took part and performed their songs. Tickets are available through the official Eurovision in Concert website.
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