Do you want to hear a story about a girl with dark eyes and a crazy dream? Well “Voilà”! Barbara Pravi has confirmed for the Wiwi Jam at Home concert.
The French star will bring her glorious voice and undeniable presence to our YouTube stage on May 19 — just days before the grand final. Will she cover “J’imagine”? “Lisboa Jerusalem”? We will have to wait and see what surprise she unleashes.
The Wiwi Jam at Home 2021
Eurovision 2021 will be different from all the ones that have gone before. And while it won’t be cancelled like 2020, COVID-19 restrictions mean that many of the things we normally associate with the contest won’t be happening. However, we still intend to celebrate with the Wiwi Jam.
Just like last year, we’re moving our annual concert from the host city of Rotterdam to the Internet. It will feature shout-outs and/or performances from the stars of ESC 2021. For obvious reasons, this year’s show will follow a different formula in the sense that there is no formula. Some artists are singing their songs in their entirety, while others have chosen to send you words of encouragement during these difficult times, while performing a section of their Eurovision song. But no contribution is too big or too small. The artists, just like all of you, face new and specific challenges. What’s important is that they are sending positivity from their home to yours and celebrating the Eurovision experience together.
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The Wiwi Jam at Home Concert will take place on our YouTube channel the evening of May 19 — in between the Eurovision semi-finals. The good and the great of the song contest will be celebrating their fans and each other. The confirmed line-up so far includes:
- 🇭🇷 Croatia’s Albina
- 🇨🇾 Cyprus’ Elena Tsagrinou
- 🇫🇷 France Barbara Pravi
- 🇷🇴 Romania’s Roxen
There are lots of surprises to be announced. See y’all there!
Last year 50 artists came together to celebrate the fans — and each other — in our three-hour musical extravaganza. It was a way to feel together even though we were all fall forced to be apart.