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Eurovision 2017 stars reunite as Sunstroke Project headline Chisinau concert

On November 14th, Chisinau staged Sunstroke Project and Friends. The concert was of course headlined by Sunstroke Project themselves but featured several other stars from this year’s Eurovision Song Contest. With Hey Mamma scoring Moldova their highest ever Eurovision finish, it made perfect sense for such a celebration!

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Twelve acts from the 2017 Eurovision Song Contest travelled to Moldova this week for the concert as well as making local television appearances. The acts were as follows:

  • Artsvik (Armenia)
  • Dihaj (Azerbaijan)
  • Ilinca feat. Alex Florea (Romania)
  • IMRI (Israel)
  • JOWST (Norway)
  • Manel Navarro (Spain)
  • Nathan Trent (Austria)
  • Naviband (Belarus)
  • Robin Bengtsson (Sweden)
  • Slavko Kalezić (Montenegro)
  • Sunstroke Project (Moldova)
  • Timebelle (Switzerland)

Captured in a photo

We’ve looked through various Instagram pages and found some photos of our 2017 Eurovision stars reuniting in the Moldovan capital. Have a look at them below!

The Eurovision family

As always, once you join the Eurovision family you never leave! It’s also fantastic to see Eurovision artists continue to meet, perform and work with each other once the whirlwind of the contest is over. We hope the class of 2018 will be as great as the class of 2017!
Are you glad to see the stars of 2017 reuniting for a concert? Furthermore, do you think we’ll see Sunstroke Project returning to represent Moldova for the third time in the near future? let us know in the comments below!

Ryan Cobb

My first memory of watching the Eurovision Song Contest was back in 2001 and, over the years, my passion and enthusiasm for the contest has very much turned into an obsession. I adore music and I love geography, so this contest is a natural fit for me. If la la loving Eurovision was a crime, I'd certainly be a criminal!

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