The BBC have today released information regarding the 60th anniversary show that many Eurovision fans have been talking about. Eurovision’s Greatest Hits will be hosted by the UK commentator, Graham Norton, and the 2013 Eurovision host, Petra Mede. The show will take place in the London’s Eventim Apollo Hammersmith, on the 31st of March. Mede has stated “I am so looking forward to participating in this concert, this true celebration of a contest that has been a part of, not only my, but so many people´s lives. And it is an honour to co-host the show with Graham, who is fast becoming a Eurovision legend himself.”

Three acts have been confirmed at present:

Conchita Wurst (Austria 2014)
The Herreys (Sweden 1984)
Natasha St. Pier (France 2001)

With more names to be revealed over the coming days and weeks.

Eurovision’s Greatest Hits will be broadcast in the following countries:
Australia – SBS
Austria – ORF
Belgium – VRT & RTBF
Bulgaria – BNT
Denmark – DR
Finland – YLE
France – France 2
Greece – NERIT
Iceland – RÚV
Ireland – RTÉ
Israel – IBA
Norway – NRK
Portugal – RTP
Romania – TVR
Russia – C1R
San Marino – SMRTV
Slovenia – RTVSLO
Sweden – SVT
Switzerland – SRF
Spain – RTVE
United Kingdom – BBC One & BBC Radio 2

Tickets will be on sale from 11:15 CET on the 6th of February from the BBC Eurovision site (for UK bookings) and Eurovision.tv (for non-UK bookings)

Co-Host, Graham Norton has stated “I love Eurovision and am honoured to be co-hosting this special show. I cannot think of a better way to celebrate 60 years of the greatest song contest in the world!”

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