She’s the teenage pop-star who put the UK back on the map at Junior Eurovision. And now, the “Lose My Head” songstress is putting on a show in the British capital. Freya Skye will perform at the London Eurovision Party 2023. 

On Sunday 16 April, Freya Skye joins a star-studded lineup at the UK’s biggest and best Eurovision warm-up party in front of 2,000 eager fans at HERE at Outernet.

Freya Skye to perform at London Eurovision Party 2023

Freya Skye is a 13-year-old singer from Buckinghamshire, England. In 2022, she represented the United Kingdom at Junior Eurovision in Yerevan with her song “Lose My Head”. There, she won the online public vote and placed fifth overall.

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.

Confirmed performers so far include: 

Eurovision 2023 acts

Special guests

Stay tuned to wiwibloggs to find out who else will be joining the roster.

Media accreditation applications for professional press are open now. 

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Alex
Alex
10 months ago

YAS! She was amazing in JESC and won the public vote. She deserves more attention and glad to see her in the party.

Trocatroc
Trocatroc
10 months ago

She’s great and had such a fantastic song for JESC!

Devito
Devito
10 months ago

Fingers crossed she took a tip from Blanka on how to let more autotune in and bring less live singing in (from Israel Calling) because, bebje, it’s kainja kreiza, Mae sounds terrible while singing on her own vocal capabilities. You cannot write off everything on poor quality equipment when the same equipment is used by others and they nail their every performance.

Dave
Dave
10 months ago
Reply to  Devito

Stop bullying mae feak

Jonas
Jonas
10 months ago

This is supposedly a children’s song. Will there be any children in the audience? Will the audience be sober at all times? This should come with a warning.

Jonas
Jonas
10 months ago
Reply to  Jonas

The website says this is an 18+ event, but obviously not.

Zisk
Zisk
10 months ago
Reply to  Jonas

This is the only part that I care about. An event cannot be 18+ with a child performing.

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Esc addict / Shut up and watch my ...
10 months ago
Reply to  Jonas

A junior Eurovision song should be performed only if there are children in the audience? There are adults in the Junior Eurovision audience/watchers/followers too like for The Voice Kids for example.

Jonas
Jonas
10 months ago

What you’re really saying is that there is no difference at all between the junior and adult contests, except one little technicality about age rules. Which to me makes at least one of these contests redundant. We don’t need two every year.

Escfan
10 months ago
Reply to  Jonas

I personally disagree im afraid, having watch jesc for 6 years I think it definitely has its own merits and it allows young people to have an amazing experience of singing a song in their native language, being able to bond with other contestants and fibd out about other cultures. We also have Kazakhstan and had Wales in the past which dont participate in adult esc and its been really cool to see what they bring every year. Also the quality of jesc entries is typically pretty high, countries like Georgia,France,Armenia always send quality entries and every year it gets… Read more »

Jonas
Jonas
10 months ago
Reply to  Escfan

There are some good things about the junior contest, yeah, but overall, it should be for children. If it ever gets to the point where it’s mostly adults watching, then it is redundant. My opinion.

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10 months ago
Reply to  Jonas

It’s not redundant as it’s simply not the same contests, I’ve never said there are no différences.

Jonas
Jonas
10 months ago

The differences get less and less each year, to my eyes and ears.

Jofty
Jofty
10 months ago
Reply to  Jonas

Destiny performed at this event in 2016, at the age of 13 I think. I don’t recall any children being there. She slightly showed up Losco, which was a little awkward. I ran into Selma at a KFC later, it was probably the middle of the night.

Jonas
Jonas
10 months ago
Reply to  Jofty

Meeting Selma is on my bucket list.

Jofty
Jofty
10 months ago
Reply to  Jonas

I have been lucky enough to meet her twice. Also her sister, they are so alike I got confused. Mind you I had one or two Rosés ?

Anonymous91
Anonymous91
10 months ago

what a boring line up, the only highlight here obviously will be Estonia’s worldclass Alika, miss perfection Loreen, for whom nothing can ever go wrong

but why invite dull no hopers like Serbia’s Luke, Finland’s Kaarija ugh

Anonymous91
Anonymous91
10 months ago
Reply to  Anonymous91

there was more corruption in Serbia’s selection than Poland’s tbh

rigging everything in favor of their precious most famous name 🙁

Chegi was so so robbed

Chris
Chris
10 months ago
Reply to  Anonymous91

Overwhelmingly boring comment by you.

Ria van de Velde
Ria van de Velde
10 months ago

I liked the UK entry from Freya Skye for Junior Eurovision very much last year and their come back after 17 years. I hope that they will participate in the next contest in France – Nice too in november.