In less than a month, one of the biggest Eurovision concerts in history will take place in Amsterdam. Het Grote Songfestivalfeest will be hosting the most Eurovision winners on the same stage in history. Now organisers have revealed the last two names who will finalise the line-up.

Last Friday, the organisers of Het Grote Songfestivalfeest (The Great Song Contest Party) revealed two new names for the line-up. This time it’s two Irish legends: Linda Martin and two-time winner Johnny Logan.

Het Grote Songfestivalfeest will take place on Friday, 15 December in the Ziggo Dome, Amsterdam. It will host the largest number of previous Eurovision winners ever. Participants include Charlotte Perrelli, Dana International, Katrina and the Waves and Loreen.

But there will be iconic participants of the last few years too, like Eleni Foureira, KEiiNO, Mahmood and Sergey Lazarev, as well as some former Dutch participants.

In other news, Jan Smit has withdrawn from his job as the show’s co-host . The Dutch commentator has taken a break from all work until at least the end of the year, as he is currently suffering from laryngitis. It is not yet revealed who will take over the job of co-hosting the show with Cornald Maas.

For fans who can not make it to the show next month, it will be televised on Dutch channel NPO3 on the first day of 2020.

Het Grote Songfestivalfeest could be considered a warm-up for the Dutch audience, getting them in the mood for the big event in Rotterdam next year.

Last May, Duncan Laurence won the 64th Eurovision Song Contest in Tel Aviv, Israel. It was the first time in 44 years that The Netherlands took the trophy. In 2020, Rotterdam will host the next edition of the Eurovision Song Contest.

Het Grote Songfestivalfeest Confirmed Line-Up

  • Anne Marie David (Luxembourg 1973 Winner and France 1979)
  • Charlotte Perrelli (Sweden 1999 Winner and 2008)
  • Corinne Hermes (Luxembourg 1983 Winner)
  • Dana International (Israel 1998 Winner and 2011)
  • Dima Bilan (Russia 2006 and 2008 Winner)
  • Edsilia Rombley (Netherlands 1998 and 2007)
  • Eimaer Quinn (Ireland 1996 Winner)
  • Eleni Foureira (Cyprus 2018)
  • Ell & Nikki (Azerbaijan 2011 Winners)
  • Emmelie De Forest (Denmark 2013 Winner)
  • Izhar Cohen (Israel 1978 Winner)
  • Johnny Logan (Ireland 1980 and 1987 Winner)
  • Katrina & the waves (United Kingdom 1997 Winner)
  • Keiino (Norway 2019)
  • Lenny Kuhr (Netherlands 1969 Winner)
  • Linda Martin (Ireland 1984 and 1992 Winner)
  • Loreen (Sweden 2012 Winner)
  • Marie Myriam (France 1977 Winner)
  • Marlayne & Frizzle Sizzle’s Mandy (Netherlands 1999 and 1986)
  • Netta (Israel 2018 Winner)
  • Niamh Kavanagh (Ireland 1993 Winner and 2010)
  • Ruslana (Ukraine 2004 Winner)
  • Ruth Jacott (Netherlands 1993)
  • Sandra Kim (Belgium 1986 Winner)
  • Sergey Lazarev (Russia 2016 and 2019)
  • Getty Kaspers of Teach-In (Netherlands 1975 Winner)
  • The Olsen Brothers (Denmark 2000 Winner)
  • Nicole (1982 Winner)
  • Willeke Alberti (Netherlands 1994)
  • Gali Atari of Milk and Honey (Israel 1979 Winner)
  • Serhat (San Marino 2016 and 2019)
  • Mahmood (Italy 2019)
  • Verka Serduhka (Ukraine 2007)

Are you attending Het Grote Songfestivalfeest next month? Which participant are you most looking forward to performing on the stage? Let us know in the comments below.

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amazing line up, also great choice choosing Keiino, Mahmood, Serhat from this year because of them being the fan favourites

hope it also gets televised around new years eve (we dutch tend to broadcast concerts at that time, when we go into the new year)

Bart
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Bart

This is really an impressive line-up! Congrats! What about Duncan, though? And Serhat in the middle of these legends??? Pleeeaasse… I never saw such an overhyped “artist”.

Lisa
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Lisa

So happy Mahmood, the author of the most streamed Eurovision song, will attend this event!

Red bitch
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Red bitch

Kinda expected Valentina and Hatari here.

Stian F
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Stian F

Surprised not to see Rybak there.. And also Duncan. Wasn’t Carol a supposed to be there as well?

pepe
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pepe

Duncan is doing the last show of his tour that day in Oslo.
Considering that probably the main reason for this concert is his win, it would of course have made sense to pick a date in which he also could have attended.

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Sara ??

Starting 2020 in a great way with watching Het Grote Songfestivalfeest on the 1st of January 🙂

Roy Moreno
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Roy Moreno

That’s a seriously respectful line up of Eurovision performers and legends!
I wish I could be there but at least I hope I’ll be able to watch it

Joe
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Joe

I have to leave the UK on the 14th but my family has stuff to do in the States so sadly I’m just barely missing the chance to go. Shame, too. What an amazing lineup! And Ell & Nikki are there too!

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WannaEatMySpaghetti

Serhat… wtf. I know everyone loves him and I have to admit that this man is so nice and lovely but it doesn’t make sense to see him with the others 😐 Still I wish him a great time.

Joe
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Joe

The man is a legend. If we’re talking Eurovision icons of the last five years or so, Serhat is definitely in the conversation.

Erasmus
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Erasmus

He ain’t a legend, he’s a joke -there’s a difference. Not everyone who is noticed is a legend.