It’s the mother of all Eurovision pre-parties. And with several months still left to run, Eurovision in Concert is beginning to roll out the list of all-star attendees. Bulgaria’s Victoria is the second act to be announced, following Belgium’s Hooverphonic who confirmed their participation in November.
Bulgaria’s Victoria for Eurovision in Concert 2020
Bulgarian broadcaster BNT confirmed Victoria’s internal selection two months ago. However, her song won’t be released until March 2020 — one month before Eurovision in Concert.
“I am proud to be the Bulgarian artist in Rotterdam. I am privileged to be able to make music that I believe in and to have the freedom to be who I am. Being the Bulgarian ambassador on such a huge stage is a big responsibility, as the Eurovision Song Contest matters to so many people in Bulgaria.”
Eurovision in Concert 2020: Key Details
Taking place on April 4 at Amsterdam’s AFAS Live, the concert will once again be hosted by Edsilia Rombley and Cornald Maas.
Though this duo won’t stop at the pre-parties. Edsilia Rombley will be presenting the Eurovision Song Contest in Rotterdam the following month, and you’ll find Mr Maas in the commentator’s booth for the Dutch broadcaster AVROTROS.
Further support acts have also been announced for EiC 2020
Maggie MacNeal, who represented the Netherlands at Eurovision back in 1974 and finished third overall with “I See A Star”. She returned in 1980 with the iconic “Amsterdam” securing another top-five finish.
Linda Wagenmakers from Eurovision 2000 will also grace the stage.
Eurovision 2020 Confirmed Acts
- Belgium’s Hooverphonic
- Bulgaria’s Victoria
Eurovision 2020 Support Acts
- Maggie MacNeal (Netherlands 1974 and 1980)
- Linda Wagenmakers (Netherlands 2000)
Tickets for Eurovision in Concert 2020 have been available since the 11th of October on the Ticketmaster web site.
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