She’s got the “Power”, and she’s ready to show it off on the Eurovision 2023 pre-party circuit. Iceland’s Diljá is the next act confirmed for the London Eurovision Party 2023.
On Sunday 16 April, Diljá will sing her Nordic pop banger “Power” in London at the UK’s biggest and best Eurovision warm-up party. At our state of the art 2000-capacity venue at HERE at Outernet, Diljá joins a star-studded lineup as they perform their Eurovision track on British soil for the first time.
Diljá to perform at London Eurovision Party 2023
Diljá is a 21-year-old singer from Kópavogur, Iceland. She earned the right to fly the Icelandic flag in Liverpool by winning Söngvakeppnin. She’ll sing “Power” in Eurovision 2023 semi-final two on Thursday 11 May.
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 class of 2023, and song contest alumni, 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.
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The London Eurovision Party takes place on Sunday 16 April at HERE at Outernet. More tickets to the sold-out show may be released at a later date.
Confirmed performers so far include:
- United Kingdom: Mae Muller (Headliner)
- Slovenia: Joker Out
- Ireland: Wild Youth
- North Macedonia: Tamara Todevska (2008, 2019)
- Austria: Teya & Salena
- Australia: Voyager
- Lithuania: Monika Linkyte
- France: La Zarra
- Norway: Alessandra
- San Marino: Piqued Jacks
- Poland: Blanka
- Moldova: Pasha Parfeni
- Estonia: Alika
- Croatia: Let 3
- 🇪🇸 Spain: Blanca Paloma
- 🇵🇹 Portugal: Mimicat
There are lots of surprises yet to be announced, so stay tuned to wiwibloggs to find out who else will be joining the roster.
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Are you excited for the London Eurovision Party? Who else would you like to see join the lineup? Let us know below!
The outcome of the survey was reasonably foreseeable. I have the impression that this year, I am most looking forward to seeing who places third through tenth in the actual competition.
Surprised that neither of the big two have yet confirmed
Off Topic: What are this for Semi-Odds? Don‘t they know that they are no Juries in the semis this year? I mean Switzerland & Greece to the Final? Iceland and Portugal NQ? Latvia only 20%? Very weird…
to be fair! iceland, portugal and even slovenia are usually low in the odds regardless of the voting system, the odds at this moment isn’t that important, wait till the rehearsals week and you’ll see changes all over the place.
Latvia will definitely struggle to qualify (I say it this way to be polite because I think it’s dead for them, impossible to take a place in the top 10 in this strong semi final). I’m surprised for Portugal as I think it will stand out. And I can see Switzerland qualifying even without juries. The boy has a very strong voice, now let’s see what he can bring live. For semi finale 2 I don’t see Greece scoring enough for the qualification but at the same time they have a lot of friends si I simply don’t know. I’d… Read more »