They’re the indie-rock twins on their way to sing for Azerbaijan in Liverpool. But first, the Eurovision 2023 duo have another UK gig lined up. Azerbaijan’s TuralTuranX will perform at the London Eurovision Party 2023.

On Sunday 16 April, TuralTuranX will sing their soft-rock track “Tell Me More” 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, the boys join a star-studded lineup as they perform their Eurovision track on British soil for the first time.

TuralTuranX to perform at London Eurovision Party 2023

Twins Tural and Turan, 22, will represent Azerbaijan at Eurovision 2023 with their song “Tell Me More”. The brothers are street performers from the small town of Zaqatala, Azerbaijan. 

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: 

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

Press accreditation applications are open now. 

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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Karl
Karl
11 months ago

I really enjoy this song

Efthymios
Efthymios
11 months ago

Their song is an absolute vibe, to be fair.

Anonymous91
Anonymous91
11 months ago

Find them quite underrated tbh, Azerbaijan finally sending a own composed entry, first since their debut in 2008, that deserves more appreciation too, and song wise, this is nice britpop