Slovenia's Joker Out join London Eurovision Party 2023 lineup

They’re the indie alt-rock band set on seizing the day. And now, the Slovenian superstars are ready to rock the British capital. Joker Out will perform their Eurovision track “Carpe Diem” at the London Eurovision Party 2023.

On Sunday 16 April, Joker Out will rock the HERE at Outernet stage at the UK’s biggest and best Eurovision warm-up party.

Joker Out is the first act confirmed for the LEP 2023 lineup.

Joker Out join London Eurovision Party 2023 lineup

 

The five-piece Slovenian alt-rock band are set to represent their home country at Eurovision in Liverpool. Their indie-tinged track “Carpe Diem” is a reminder to seize the day and live life to the fullest. 

Straight out of Ljubljana, they’re bringing the full rock experience to London this April. 

London Eurovision Party 2023

London Eurovision Party is the UK’s biggest Eurovision warm-up show. The party will see a selection of artists from the song contest class of 2023 descend on the British capital. The London show will be a chance for our stars to perform for a British crowd before they make the trip up north to Liverpool in May.

Last year’s party saw Eurovision stars such as Chanel, Cornelia Jakobs and headliner Sam Ryder rock the stage. The show also featured surprise appearances from fan favourites of yesteryear including Lithuania’s The Roop, Norway’s KEiiNO, and Bulgaria’s VICTORIA. 

The London Eurovision Party takes place on Sunday 16 April at HERE at Outernet. Tickets are available to purchase now

There are lots of surprises yet to be announced, so stay tuned to wiwibloggs to find who else will be joining the roster.

Are you excited for the London Eurovision Party? Who else would you like to see join the lineup? Let us know below!

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CherryLee
CherryLee
10 months ago

I love these guys!

Terraria
1 year ago

I enjoyed watching this popular London Eurovision Party

Ritoli
Ritoli
1 year ago

Great! love them. I hope to see Noa Kirel also.. I can’t wait to see her perform “Unicorn” live 🙂

Andy
Andy
1 year ago

My boys you better watch out for let 3 , they are creeps

Jonas
Jonas
1 year ago

Does all this cross continental promotion actually make any difference? These events are for Eurovision fans… who were always going to vote anyway. I’m not sure it’s worth the carbon footprint.

Jonas
Jonas
1 year ago
Reply to  Jonas

I find it very unnecessary. It gives a good time to the audience, that part I get, I just don’t understand why the acts do it. It’s a waste of their time, because nobody is going to change their vote based on one low-budget performance in a hotel room. Even if they did, it wouldn’t be enough to change anything. I suppose the main reason is to keep in the good books of the bloggers.

Jonas
Jonas
1 year ago
Reply to  Jonas

Dana International’s advice to Noa Kirel is “be careful who you talk to, they might only have two readers… use your time wisely”, which are very true words.

Gav
Gav
1 year ago
Reply to  Jonas

Some artists just love the opportunity to perform.

Sometime in life you have to do something as doing noting does not work.

Opportunity’s for exposure increase, it’s not a money spinner, but I’m thankful for the artists that do this.

Jeroen
Jeroen
1 year ago
Reply to  Jonas

I assume the artists get paid for their performances, that seems like a valid reason right?

Jofty
Jofty
1 year ago
Reply to  Jonas

I don’t think this is about getting or changing votes. After all, some contestants do not even participate – and still win. How is it a waste of their time? And since it is almost impossible to get tickets for the final, it gives the fans a chance to see the acts. Cheer up.

Ellie
Ellie
1 year ago
Reply to  Jonas

Considering most are recorded in some way for online viewing, they’re also an opportunity to create hype, or to reveal potential weaknesses. Have a showstopping vocal like Sam Ryder? Stage presence and polish like Chanel? Or need to lip sync for your life like Pia Maria? It’s a hint for fans of what’s to come and a chance for the acts to get feedback on what’s working and what’s not.

Jonas
Jonas
1 year ago
Reply to  Ellie

That does make sense, thank you. I’m still not sure it’s worth it.

Ellie
Ellie
1 year ago
Reply to  Jonas

Maybe, maybe not. Everyone is trying to gain an edge by creating familiarity. Apart from rehearsing and interviews, there’s not much else they can do in the run up.

Jonas
Jonas
1 year ago
Reply to  Jonas

Yes, I hope there are some pluses to it. I still wonder about the carbon footprint, though. There will be a chance for audiences to see all these acts if they just go up the road to Liverpool.

okan
okan
1 year ago
Reply to  Jonas

Why do we have eurovision live in one place. People travel to Liverpool and I worry about carbon footprint. All the acts should perform at home and just send the tape.

if not clear, this is sarcasm

yom
yom
1 year ago
Reply to  Jonas

Bruh its not like these airways are making specialty jet planes for the massive demand of the london eurovision party LMAO. They will just take the same planes that were always going to fly.

Theres a lot of things to be mad at with regards to environmental protection, this is not one of them.