London Eurovision Party

Eliot to bring his Belgian brilliance to the London Eurovision Party

Eliot is the fourth act confirmed to perform at Café de Paris for LEP2019!

Following the wonderful Michael Rice, Miki and SuRie, the London Eurovision Party can now confirm the name of the fourth act taking part in the event. We are delighted to announce that Belgium’s Eliot Vassamillet will cross the Channel on Sunday, 14th April to attend the London Eurovision Party at the fabulous Café de Paris!

Eliot surprises

In January 2019, Belgian broadcaster RTBF announced that 18-year-old Eliot would have the honour of representing them at the Eurovision Song Contest in Tel Aviv with a song written by Pierre Dumoulin. He was also responsible for one of the crowd favourites of the Eurovision Song Contest 2017, “City Lights” by Blanche. The song Eliot will sing at the contest in Tel Aviv, and at the London Eurovision Party, is not known yet but will be revealed on 28th February.

The young Belgian ace rose to fame on The Voice Belgique last year, where he reached the live shows. He impressed with songs such as “High Hopes” and “Mad World”. Now, less than a year later, he will go on to represent his country at the biggest entertainment show in the world.

Before making his way to Tel Aviv, Eliot will showcase his song to the marvellous crowd at the London Eurovision Party on Sunday, 14th April.

Get your tickets now!

Tickets for the show are still available and can be purchased online here

Eliot is the fourth artist confirmed to perform at the London Eurovision Party 2019 after Michael Rice from the United Kingdom – our headline act – Miki from Spain and SuRie who represented the United Kingdom in 2018 joined the line-up already.

Stay tuned to ESCXTRA for further artist announcements as we get closer to the show!

Nick van Lith

I'm one of the founding members of Eleven years after the start, I'm proud to say that I am now the Editor-in-Chief of this wonderful website. When I'm not doing Eurovision stuff, you should be able to find me teaching German to kids... And cheering on everything and everyone Greek, pretty much. Pame Ellada!
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