They’re turning the UK’s Eurovision pre-party into their own party. Malta’s The Busker are confirmed for the London Eurovision Party 2023.

On Sunday 16 April, the Maltese trio will perform “Dance (Our Own Party)” in London at the UK’s biggest and best Eurovision warm-up party. The Busker joins a star-studded lineup as they perform their track  in front of 2000 eager Eurovision fans at the state of the art HERE at Outernet venue.

The Busker to perform at London Eurovision Party 2023 

The Busker’s current line-up got together in 2020 in Malta. The band consists of Dav Jr on vocals and guitar, Sean Meachen on saxophone and Jean Paul Borg on drums. Dav, Sean and Jean will fly the Maltese flag in Liverpool after winning the Malta Eurovision Song Contest with 121 points, beating out runner-up Ryan Hili by a 36 point margin. 

Their Eurovision song “Dance (Our Own Party)” is about escaping a large-scale event to break away with a group of friends for their own more intimate party, to escape the anxiety of crowds. 

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.

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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Addie
Addie
11 months ago

They did Malta dirty with that damn death slot. Well yeah their qualifications chances were already pretty slim, but now they’ve got virtually no chance. I just hope I won’t be this pessimistic on sf-1 night and maybe they might just scrape through. People remember to vote!(as if anyone’s gonna remember Malta when the big shots Sweden & Finland are there)

Mary
Mary
11 months ago

RIP Malta

Efthymios
Efthymios
11 months ago

I’ll manifest for their qualification with the same voodos I did last year with Iceland.

XOOOD
XOOOD
11 months ago
Reply to  Efthymios

can you do it for Switzerland as well! LOL

Efthymios
Efthymios
11 months ago
Reply to  XOOOD

Currently, Latvia precedes my schedule, I’m really sorry. :’)

BiCHOTA
BiCHOTA
11 months ago
Reply to  Efthymios

I love you! Both Malta and Latvia might need this, fingers crossed!

Walter
Walter
11 months ago
Reply to  Efthymios

I think that the stigma of no 2 slot in Eurovision should end. They deserve to qualify

Sol Stevia
Sol Stevia
11 months ago
Reply to  Walter

It’s not a stigma it’s a statistic…

Colin
Colin
11 months ago
Reply to  Sol Stevia

Ever since the RO has been decided by the producers (since 2013), out of 18 entries that performed 2nd in the semi, the following qualified:

  • Estonia 2013
  • Armenia 2015
  • Poland 2016
  • Austria 2017

That’s 22% of qualifications. Not promissing, but not impossible to beat.

Sol Stevia
Sol Stevia
11 months ago

F’s in the chat for the death slotted Malta.

XOOOD
XOOOD
11 months ago
Reply to  Sol Stevia

and no F’s for Armenia? double standard I call it.

Sol Stevia
Sol Stevia
11 months ago
Reply to  XOOOD

This article is about Malta so I only mentioned Malta.

Malta was an NQ anyways the death slot just sealed it. I don’t think Armenia’s is Nq’ing. Well atm anyways

Walter
Walter
11 months ago
Reply to  Sol Stevia

I don’t agree. They are both qualifiers for me. Vote for no 2 .

clothespin
clothespin
11 months ago
Reply to  XOOOD

this isn’t about Armenia though

Walter
Walter
11 months ago
Reply to  XOOOD

And for Armenia too.