The venue is booked and the London Eurovision Party is ready to welcome the stars of Eurovision 2022!

The long-running Eurovision promotional event will take place inside the glamorous Hard Rock Hotel — just steps away from Hyde Park — on Sunday 3 April

Address: Great Cumberland Place, London, W1H 7DL

The hotel is located minutes away from two Tube stations: Marble Arch (Central Line) and Bond Street (Central Line and Jubilee Line). The hotel is directly opposite the iconic Marble Arch on Oxford Street — London’s busiest shopping thoroughfare.

London Eurovision Party 2022: Ticket Information

Tickets for the London Eurovision Party go on sale this Friday — 25 February — on TicketWeb.

The link for making purchases will go live at 10:00 GMT.

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Ted
Ted
7 months ago

Get James Newman on the bill. He’s yet to experience a eurovision pre party.

Gav
Gav
7 months ago

Why do I get the feeling this will not be affordable for me… 🙁 . Never missed a London Party but my heart sank a little knowing the size of the venue and seeing the word classy.

Alex
Alex
7 months ago

cool, but isn’t it a bit small and definitely not covid proof? i guess it will be cramped but i’d love to experience this party since London is not going to host Eurovision LOL

Fatima
Fatima
7 months ago

Went to the 2014 party and it was super, but way too cramped. Quite an ordeal to stand for 51 songs. I’ll pass until they get an all-seater.

Lise Mortier
Lise Mortier
7 months ago

Isn’t the Rock hard Hotel a tiny venue? I can only see 350 capacity on their website while Café de Paris was 750 for previous editions.
I don’t mind as long as I secure a ticket. ?

Last edited 7 months ago by Lise Mortier
Alex
Alex
7 months ago
Reply to  Lise Mortier

gonna be pricey

Tzs
Tzs
7 months ago

Cafe de Paris is not anymore ?

Ted
Ted
7 months ago
Reply to  Tzs

The doors closed in December 2020 and they haven’t been open since.

voix
voix
7 months ago

Wiwi team please DO NOT report on the official bulgarian twitter account fiasco, its just a market manipulation and a desperate attempt to go higher than 41st in the betting odds. We need positivity and good music, not stupid drama by teasing Kristian kostov and then deleting the tweets and unfollowing him!

Karl
Karl
7 months ago
Reply to  voix

What happened?

vamosss
vamosss
7 months ago

So Bulgaria deleted all the tweets for IMP and start teasing Kristian Kostov (?), went from 41st to 3rd on the betting odds and now they deleted the teasing tweets. Causing drama to go higher than rock bottom in the odds is not just disgusting but also cheating because people will now start betting on Bulgaria because there is a hype. I don’t care what they do, I won’t vote them and they deserve to come dead last.-

GojoSatoru
GojoSatoru
7 months ago

Off Topic: idk how, but Bulgaria is 3rd in the betting odds. Lol.

Txiki
Txiki
7 months ago
Reply to  GojoSatoru

Yeah, wondering the same lol

GojoSatoru
GojoSatoru
7 months ago
Reply to  GojoSatoru

4th now.

Stan
Stan
7 months ago
Reply to  GojoSatoru

Because they have a post with picture (Kristian Kostov) & Date (15.03)

jack
jack
7 months ago
Reply to  Stan

fun fact they just deleted them and they unfollowed Kostov. they are a worse circus than ukraine

Josh
Josh
7 months ago
Reply to  jack

On the other hand, BNT social media seems to be scrubbed of any posts about IMP, including one from about an hour ago on Facebook.

Stan
Stan
7 months ago
Reply to  jack

Yeah. The posts about IMP too. WTF?!? LOL

Briekimchi
Briekimchi
7 months ago
Reply to  GojoSatoru

Bulgaria Eurovision twitter put out two tweets. One of what looks to be a picture of Kristian Kostov and the second showing the 15th March as a date (which also happens to be his birthday).

Some fans are speculating that Bulgaria might be replacing the artist and some of these fans have placed LARGE bets on Bulgaria to win Eurovision at the 250/1 (or longer) that Bulgaria was.

Moving them up in the odds is obviously a reaction to the bets being placed.

jack
jack
7 months ago
Reply to  Briekimchi

and they just deleted them. They are causing drama to go higher in the betting odds which they already are. Thats actually a fraud because people will bet on bulgaria without any official change. I pray they get 0

Last edited 7 months ago by jack
LaToya
LaToya
7 months ago

Okay but what’s happening with the UK’s entry? Any rumours?

ete sech
ete sech
7 months ago
Reply to  LaToya

I read that their entry and representative will be announced by March 10th

Whisker
Whisker
7 months ago
Reply to  ete sech

I’m shaking!

Jofty
Jofty
7 months ago
Reply to  ete sech

It will probably all be decided on March 9th