The line-up for this year’s long-awaited Eurovision in Concert is now complete, with Ukraine’s Kalush Orchestra a welcome final addition to the Amsterdam showpiece preview party!

The concert and press event has not been held since the lead-up to Tel Aviv in 2019, but fans and press are expected to descend on the Dutch capital this Saturday to welcome back to biggest preview event for the Eurovision Song Contest. Cornald Maas and Edsilia Rombley will return to host the concert once more.

28 acts have been confirmed to be taking part in Eurovision in Concert on Saturday 9th April;

  • Ronela Hajati (Albania)
  • Rosa Linn (Armenia)
  • LUM!X & Pia Maria (Austria)
  • Jérémie Makiese (Belgium)
  • Intelligent Music Project (Bulgaria)
  • Mia Dimšić (Croatia)
  • We Are Domi (Czech Republic)
  • Reddi (Denmark)
  • Stefan (Estonia)
  • The Rasmus (Finland)
  • Alvan & Ahez (France)
  • Malik Harris (Germany)
  • Systur (Iceland)
  • Brooke (Ireland)
  • Citi Zēni (Latvia)
  • Monika Liu (Lithuania)
  • Emma Muscat (Malta)
  • Zdob și Zdub & Frații Advahov (Moldova)
  • Vladana (Montenegro)
  • S10 (Netherlands)
  • Subwoolfer (Norway)
  • Ochman (Poland)
  • WRS (Romania)
  • LPS (Slovenia)
  • Chanel (Spain)
  • Cornelia Jakobs (Sweden)
  • Kalush Orchestra (Ukraine)
  • Sam Ryder (United Kingdom)

There are also five guest performers at the show;

  • Getty Kaspers of Teach-In (Netherlands 1975)
  • Linda Wagenmakers (Netherlands 2000)
  • Loreen (Sweden 2012)
  • Maggie MacNeal (Netherlands 1974)
  • Marga Bult (Netherlands 1987)

Tickets are still available for the show at Amsterdam’s AFAS Live HERE, for any last-minute travellers to the capital!

Members of the ESC United team will be live in Amsterdam to cover the concert and also talk to this year’s artists about their preparations for Turin, so stay tuned to our website and YouTube channel for more in the coming days!

Why not get in the mood for Saturday by watching the performances from the 2019 edition HERE?

Are #YOU going to be in Amsterdam this weekend? Share your thoughts with us on our forum HERE or join the discussion below and on social media!

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