Barcelona is calling and not just for one day or even two. For its second edition, the Barcelona Eurovision Party is expanding to at least three nights of Eurovision fun. The Mediterranean city has already confirmed that several of your favourite Eurovision alumni are set to join.
Here are some more details of what’s to come! So far… em moro de ganes!
Barcelona Eurovision Party 2023
The biggest news for the upcoming edition is that the event will now last three days, instead of two, and each party will take place in a different club. From the city center to Montjuïc, Barcelona’s Eurovision Party will allow you to journey across different districts before culminating at the Sant Jordi Club, where the main event will take place. The party is scheduled for March 23, 24 and 25, 2023.
On Thursday, the event will kick off with the popular EUROfansCLUB. If you were around Turin when Eurovision 2022 took place, then you’ll definitely remember it.
On Friday, Barcelona will host the EURO QUEENS NIGHT, a night celebrating the biggest divas on the block. Eleni Foureira (ESC 2018 Cyrpus), Ronela Hajati (ESC 2022 Albania), Efendi (ESC 2021 Azerbaijan), Barei (ESC 2016 Spain) and many more will sing their Eurovision hits as you perform your best diva moves in the audience. WRS (ESC 2022 Romania) will serve as a host.
The last but most important event will take place on Friday at the Sant Jordi Club, where participants from Eurovision 2023 will rev up their promotional efforts ahead of the song contest in May. Joining them will be past Eurovision sensations including Dami Im (ESC 2016 Australia), Destiny (ESC 2021 Malta), Poli Genova (ESC 2011 and 2016 Bulgaria), Suzy (ESC 2014 Portugal) and Eva Santamaría (ESC 1993 Spain).
Tickets are now available for Barcelona Eurovision Party 2023, and more details can be found here.
Barcelona’s Eurovision Party 2022
Barcelona’s Eurovision Party 2022, the first-ever big Eurovision event in Barcelona, closed its first edition with more than 1,500 attendees and 22 Eurovision artists, including Spain’s beloved Chanel (ESC 2022 Spain), Conchita Wurst (ESC 2015 Austria) and Jamala (ESC 2016 Ukraine).
The party was also broadcast by Betevé, giving access to fans in Spain, the UK, France, Poland and Germany. The event’s official hashtag #BCNEurovision also started trending in Spain during the show.
What do you think? Do you have your tickets booked for Barcelona already? Let us know in the comment section below!
Ronela and Wrs don’t leave Spain anymore it seems, at this rate they should ask for the double nationality 😉 ,I suspect one of these two or even both to participate in BenFest next year, we will see.
Also I’d love to see Destiny and Dami coming back in Eurovision…
I guess this probably means Dami Im won’t be coming back as a participant?
Poli Genova too, even though she announced she wanted to come back.
Suzy needs to represent Portugal in Eurovision once again.