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πŸ‡§πŸ‡¬ VICTORIA will perform a Christmas concert on wheels today in Sofia and online

Don't miss the concert starting at 17:00 CET, streamed live on YouTube.

What better way to begin the festive season than with a Christmas concert! And in this most unusual of years, VICTORIA, the Bulgarian artist for the Eurovision Song Contest 2020 and 2021, will perform hers on wheels throughout the city of Sofia and streamed online on her YouTube channel.

“I can’t wait for the concert today”

VICTORIA’s holiday decorated bus will take her through the capital city of Bulgaria for around 2 hours, starting at 17:00 CET today. During the concert, she will perform some of her biggest hits as well as some festive classics.

I can’t wait for the concert today. We hope to bring the Christmas spirit in Sofia with our music bus, which will go around the town centre for two hours. We can’t make any stops but we will stream the event so we can share it with everyone. It’s great that our Eurovision 2021 official sponsor iCard supported the event, together with Purina and Unimasters. We want to turn this into a tradition but hopefully next Christmas we will be able to have several stops around the city.

VICTORIA talking about her Christmas concert on wheels.

December has been a great end to the year for VICTORIA

At the beginning of December, VICTORIA was announced as one of Bulgaria’s 30 Under 30 list as published by Forbes. She is also one of the most streamed Bulgarian artists of 2020 on Spotify with 3 million streams and half a million listeners.

Last month, she released her first potential entry for Eurovision 2021 entitled “UGLY CRY”.

The Christmas Concert on Wheels is produced by Ligna Studios and Four Elementz, with the communication support by Entiendo. You can watch it on the YouTube link below:

VICTORIA’s Christmas concert begins at 17:00 CET on Sunday 20th December.

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