Dami Im ISO Party Facebook Live

Real-life glitter songbird Australia’s Dami Im is breaking the “Sound of Silence” in these strange times. The Eurovision 2016 runner-up will host her very own Eurovision ISO Party on Saturday 9 May. And all are welcome to attend. 

Dami Im Online Eurovision Concert

Yes – this is the time to decorate the lounge with a giant shiny cube as Dami will be taking fans back in time to where her Eurovision journey began. She’ll perform her iconic, vocal firework ballad “Sound of Silence”. Her now-classic song landed her second place, Australia’s highest-ever placing in the song contest. And it’s a song we simply cannot get enough of. Just last week, fans crowned it as the new Eurovision 2016 winner during the #EurovisionAgain rewatch.

To help get the Eurovision party week started, Dami will also perform some of her favourite songs from the contest as well as her own hits away from the Eurovision stage. 

To celebrate her first live stream concert, Dami is also taking song requests. We can only imagine the “Gladiator” songstress turning up the heat with a cover of Eleni Foureira’s “Fuego” or drawing the curtains for a sitting room rendition of Loreen’s high-energy ballad “Euphoria”!

Dami will also be hosting a Facebook Live chat where curious fans can ask her anything — from how she is coping in isolation to her future Eurovision ambitions.

Will we see her perform in 2022? Will she and Måns release an album together? Will she bring back her disco ball Eurovision dress? Be a part of the Dami Army and get your questions answered this weekend. After all, the heart awakes to the sound of Dami.

Dami Im’s Eurovision ISO Party

Saturday 9 May

  • 7.30pm Sydney
  • 11.30am Rotterdam
  • 10.30am London

Live Stream: https://www.facebook.com/damiandmusic

Will you tune into Dami’s live stream? What songs do you hope she sings? Let us know in the comments.

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3 years ago

Guess who needs clout all of the sudden…

3 years ago

Excuse me, Dami has a booming career down under and due to the current state the world is in I think it would just be great for her to reflect with her time at Eurovision and some of the worldwide fans she gained from her Eurovision experience.