Tulia came to Tel Aviv and made Poland proud.

They brought rich heritage, incredible white voice vocals and colourful outfits to slay the stage in the first Semi-Final.

And like the smart stars they are, Tulia have wasted no time lighting the stage on fire once more, as they hit the road on a tour of their native Poland.

Starting today, fans will be treated to an incredible night with hits such as their YouTube smash “Nieznajomy” which has over 10 Million views, as well as their ethereal cover of the Metallica rock ballad “Nothing Else Matters”, and of course their Eurovision entry ‘Pali Sie’.

These girls don’t mess around. Tulia kick off with two shows in one day.

First, they perform in Giżycko in the north-east of Poland and in their second show they will grace the stage at the ‘Polsat Super hit Festival’ in Sopot where they will be singing alongside fellow Polish Eurovision Alum Michal Szpak.

In all, they are set to perform in 12 other Polish towns throughout May and June and on the 7th of June they will perform in the Czech Republic in Czeski Cieszyn, building bridges’ across the the Czech-Polish border.

Are you going to any of the shows on tour? Which city do you want to see Tulia light the stage on next? Tell us in the comments section below!

If you want to find out what the words of the song mean you can view translated lyrics here.

YOU CAN GET MORE POLAND EUROVISION NEWS HERE

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Slytherin's Horcrux
Slytherin's Horcrux
1 year ago

They should have qualified! Screw the jury

TheDr Mistery
TheDr Mistery
1 year ago

Maybe they will get to know Jitka Zelenková. Would be fun.

ESC Fan
ESC Fan
1 year ago
Reply to  TheDr Mistery

It’s terrible what happened…

Nitzan
Nitzan
1 year ago
Reply to  TheDr Mistery

Imagine, haha

Gogo
Gogo
1 year ago

Welcome in CZ. We love you in Czech Rep. We sent you many points, I personally sent you 8 SMS. Your folk style is very simillar to our folklore, so we are happy you will perform here.

ESC Fan
ESC Fan
1 year ago
Reply to  Gogo

Yeees…we love Tulia in the Czech Republic 🙂

Margaret
Margaret
1 year ago

Today they will perform at SuperHit Festival in Sopot. And in June they will appear in Warsaw at Wianki (the St. John Night’s celebration)

Whisker
Whisker
1 year ago

No official EBU statement on Poland yet? Or they think we will forget?

Margaret
Margaret
1 year ago
Reply to  Whisker

They will announce soon, don’t you worry

mariahh
mariahh
1 year ago
Reply to  Whisker

Tulia deserves to know whether or not they failed to qualify to the final because of the Czech juror mistake .

ESC Fan
ESC Fan
1 year ago
Reply to  mariahh

What mistake???

mariahh
mariahh
1 year ago
Reply to  ESC Fan

It’s alleged that the head of Czech jurors Jitka Zelenková also voted backward in SF 1.
If she had compiled her votes correctly, Poland would’ve gotten 10 points instead of 7.
It would be enough to reach the final instead of Belarus.

It’s all assumptions that need to be clarified. If you look at her voting patterns, well they don’t really add up.

Joseph
Joseph
1 year ago
Reply to  Whisker

Did something happened? I cannot find any news article about this

ESC Fan
ESC Fan
1 year ago
Reply to  Joseph

Me too…I wanna know everything about mistake of czech juror because I’m from the Czech Republic but i cannot find it

Agnieszka
Agnieszka
1 year ago
Reply to  ESC Fan

Aparently one of the juries gave her scoring upside down (just like the Swedish one) which resulted in Czech Republic giving less points to Poland and Belarus going to finals instead (if the “right points” had been given, Poland would have received 1 point more than Belarus).

ESC Fan
ESC Fan
1 year ago
Reply to  Agnieszka

Oh…thank you for your answer…thats horrible what happened in our czech jury

filipko54
filipko54
1 year ago
Reply to  ESC Fan

I’m Czech too and it’s quite embarassing for me that our juror voted backwards and because of that your neighbor didn’t qualify..

ESC Fan
ESC Fan
1 year ago
Reply to  filipko54

Yes I absolutely agree with you…and they also putsergey lazarev on 22. place??? I can’t believe it…

filipko54
filipko54
1 year ago
Reply to  ESC Fan

well I’m okay with this 😀

ESC Fan
ESC Fan
1 year ago
Reply to  filipko54

I love his performance veeeeery much 🙂

Willy
Willy
1 year ago
Reply to  Whisker

The EBU can’t do anything about this. Jurors can vote however they want. The only thing they could do is make the forms more clear.

ESC Fan
ESC Fan
1 year ago
Reply to  Willy

I know…but it seems like the Czech jury doesn’t like Russia…in Czech Republic it’s very often…so they didn’t vote for Russia because of that…

Whisker
Whisker
1 year ago
Reply to  Willy

I agree and disagree. Most juries got the forms right? Or?

Ann
Ann
1 year ago
Reply to  Willy

Willy – yes, they can vote however they want, but apparently that’s not how she wanted to vote.

Nitzan
Nitzan
1 year ago

Tulia are so unique and great. I must say I’ve never heard anything that sounds like them until Eurovision. I’m still upset they missed the final… If I were in Poland i’d definitely go to their concert.

JacquesL
JacquesL
1 year ago

The correct name of town in Czech republic is ?ESKÝ T?ŠÍN. 🙂
Czeski Cieszyn is polish name of this town.

ESC Fan
ESC Fan
1 year ago
Reply to  JacquesL

Ohh… I’m from the Czech Republic 🙂 …is someone here from the Czech Republic too? 🙂

Tom
Tom
1 year ago
Reply to  ESC Fan

Not but I understand Czech and Slovak 🙂

Tom
Tom
1 year ago
Reply to  JacquesL

?eský Tešín

Tom
Tom
1 year ago
Reply to  Tom

Its C with ^