Last month Eurovision in Concert 2020 was cancelled due to the corona virus outbreak. But now it’s time to dry your tears and look to the future. The organisers behind Eurovision in Concert have announced a new date for Eurovision’s biggest pre-party: April 10, 2021 at AFAS Live!

Eurovision in Concert 2021: Tickets and Dates

People who bought a ticket for the 2020 edition can breathe a sigh of relief – the tickets for this year’s cancelled event will be valid for the 2021 edition. That means if you plan on supporting all of next year’s acts at the event, you don’t have to worry about buying a new ticket or saving up extra coins. You’ve already paid and are good to go!

Of course, some people may not know their plans for April 2021. So if you’d prefer to get your money back, that’s an option.

Organisers confirmed that further information will be provided to anyone who is unable to attend next year’s show as soon as possible. So sit tight and know that your money is in the pipeline.

About Eurovision in Concert

Eurovision In Concert is a must-see event for fans and bookmakers and an excellent opportunity to take a good look at the competitors. It’s often the first time acts perform their songs live and it can really set the pace for their Eurovision season.

The most recent edition of the event saw 28 acts from Eurovision 2019 performing their tracks live in front of thousands of screaming Eurovision fans.

In addition, there are often guest performances by well-known former participants such as Sandra Kim, Dana International and Nicole. Cornald Maas and Edsilia Rombley were supposed to host the 2020 event. It’s not yet been announced whether they will also host the next edition, but it seems likely.

Will you be attending Eurovision in Concert 2021? Have you attended in past years and did you love it as much as we did? Let us know in the comment section down below!

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Maurice
Maurice
1 year ago

Isn’t this massively premature given the pandemic? Also, if Rotterdam doesn’t get to host next year, I’m assuming Amsterdam will instead. So there will be a concert one month, and Eurovision the next?! Sorry but it’s too early to plan this!

Eastman
Eastman
1 year ago

Corona will have to be totally under control for an event like this to go ahead next year. Allowing large events to take place again will be one of the last things that governments allow to happen. Pray for a vaccine.

Mariss
Mariss
1 year ago

sorry but is it good planning or wishful thinking and maybe a little naive? let us hope its possible but its only a wish for now and not something they can know or fully expect.

Arrivederci
Arrivederci
1 year ago

I don’t know if it’s a good idea to confirm dates when we don’t even know when this pandemic stops

Ashton
Ashton
1 year ago

Ugh this makes me so happyyyy!!!!! Looking forward to the future of Eurovision 2021 and not-so-patiently waiting for countries to confirm (looking at you, Hungary, Montenegro, Andorra, Bosnia, even maybe Kazakhstan). As I have said in a previous comment, I’m choosing to look at Eurovision in seasons – the first Eurovision to Eurovision 2019 was season 1, and now we are in a one year hiatus. So I’m really looking forward to season 2!!! Btw I hope everyone is doing well during corona time, sending hugs to everyone 🙂