Emmelie De Forest Shiri Maimon Charlotte Perrelli Euro fan cafe 2019 tel aviv

Eurovision 2019 is fast approaching. And for those of you heading to Tel Aviv, OGAE Israel has released the all-important details regarding this year’s Eurovision Fan Cafe.

Information on confirmed artists, location and tickets have all been released. Although, a final programme has yet to be published.

EuroCafe 2019 location

EuroCafe 2019 is located at the Haoman 17 nightclub at Abarbanel 88, Tel Aviv. That’s about 9 km away from the Expo Tel Aviv, where the contest is being held.

EuroCafe 2019 tickets

A bracelet for all of the parties costs 420NIS (about €104) and is now available on the website www.eurocafetlv2019.com. Tickets are currently only available for OGAE members and members can only buy a maximum of two.

Events will start at 23:00 and the venue will be open till the next morning.

OGAE Israel has teamed up with Israeli production company Vivo (the same production company responsible for Pride Events in Tel Aviv). The venue will welcome DJs from Israel, Europe and Australia. The EuroCafe will open on Sunday 12 May until the Saturday of the final. A special event is planned on 17 May, but there are no further details as of yet.

EuroCafe 2019 Confirmed Acts

International Eurovision artists:

Charlotte Perrelli (Sweden 1999 and 2008) — 1999 winner
Emmelie de Forest (Denmark, 2013) — winner
Hera Björk (Iceland 2010)
Selma (Iceland 1999 and 2005)
Slavko Kalezic (Montenegro 2017)
Krista Sigfrieds (Finland 2013)

Israeli Eurovision artists:

Shiri Maimon (2005)
Harel Skaat (2010)
Nadav Gedj (2015)
Mei Feingold (2014)
Imri Ziv (2017)
Moran Mazor (2013)
Riki Ben Ari (Next Star for Eurovision 2018)

Follow all of our Israel Eurovision 2019 news.

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Alon I srael
Alon I srael
1 year ago

Hera Bjork? wasn’t she one of those who signed for boycotting the contest? or am i wrong?

David
David
1 year ago
Reply to  Alon I srael

I think people should be allowed to change their minds, now she can see what the situation is really like! I guess also because “Hatari” is a favorite, people in Iceland are not that into boycotting anymore…

Una
Una
1 year ago
Reply to  Alon I srael

She participated in the Icelandic contest this year. I don’t know about her alleged participation in the boycott.

Paul
Paul
1 year ago

Does anyone know the best location to stay in Tel Aviv? I’m going to book hotel but don’t know where’s best…

Albert
Albert
1 year ago
Reply to  Paul

If you want to stay in Tel Aviv, so everywhere there is ok.. you can get pretty fast every place by a public transport.. check also Airbnb maybe it will be cheaper.
the main venue is located very close to Tel Aviv university, but I don’t think you will find hotels there.

Carlos
Carlos
1 year ago
Reply to  Paul

Anywhere from the north of Jaffa to the south of where independence park/hilton beach and west of the train tracks is good. Hotel prices are ridiculous because of eurovision for what you get so yea a airbnb would be good.

Paul
Paul
1 year ago
Reply to  Paul

Thanks guys

keith mawson
keith mawson
1 year ago

aww no Hovi?

La Signora
La Signora
1 year ago
Reply to  keith mawson

He’s a very interesting artist