London Eurovision Party

Czech this out… Lake Malawi will perform at the London Eurovision Party 2019!

Will you be partying with Lake Malawi?

Confirmed acts for the London Eurovision Party 2019 are pouring in thick and fast. You could say fast enough to fill a lake… Yes, the Czech Republic’s Lake Malawi is the next confirmed act to take to the stage at the Café de Paris on Sunday, April 14!

Lake Malawi are the fifth confirmed act for the London Eurovision Party 2019!

Are you ready to make friends of friends in London?

Towards the end of January, Lake Malawi were crowned the winners of the Czech Eurovision National selection process ESCZ. ESCZ is a unique selection format. The online format of the process is a pioneering move from Czech broadcaster ČT which has impressed many of us here at ESCXTRA!

In addition, the band made their televised debut performance of their Eurovision track Friend of a Friend during the second semifinal of the Ukrainian national selection Vidbir. Viewers and fans alike were mightily impressed with the band’s live performing skills and they can certainly add 2016 Eurovision winner Jamala to their ever-growing fan base!

Last few tickets available now!

The last few tickets for the show are still available and can be purchased online here. As always, the event will be a sell out with any tickets currently held for production being released two weeks before the event.

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

Stay tuned to for further artist announcements over the coming days and weeks!

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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