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London Eurovision Party 2020 postponed: statement

London Eurovision Party 2020 postponed: statement

The following is a statement released by the London Eurovision Party organisers. An update from the London Eurovision Party Further to the UK Government announcement this afternoon it is with a heavy heart that we announce the inevitable postponement of the London Eurovision Party 2020. As we said on Friday our priority is always the health and safety of our team, delegations and customers and we will support all necessary measures implemented by the UK Government. We would kindly ask for your patience now whilst we work through our options and look for a new date to hold our Eurovision Party once this pandemic is over. Once we have further clarity on this evolving situation we will announce a new date. All tickets will be valid for the new date and should any ticket holder not be able to attend the new date refunds will be available. Thank you for your kind understanding and patience in this difficult and unprecedented situation. Please take care of yourselves and we look forward to seeing you in the near future! Our best wishes, Kabir Naidoo & Russell DaviesLondon Eurovision Party Organisers
A statement from the London Eurovision Party

A statement from the London Eurovision Party

The following message is a statement from the organisers of the London Eurovision Party. As the COVID-19/coronavirus situation evolves, the health and safety of our team, delegations and customers is paramount. We are working with the venue and following closely all advice from the UK Government, the World Health Organisation and Public Health England. As the situation here in the UK is very fluid and changing daily, we would ask for your patience at this time. We are currently reviewing our options and all information available to us but are not in a position yet to release any further information regarding the event. Additionally, we have decided not to release any further tickets for sale tomorrow morning as planned. Thank you for your patience, understanding and continued support.
Germany’s Ben Dolic joins the London Eurovision Party line-up

Germany’s Ben Dolic joins the London Eurovision Party line-up

Germany’s Ben Dolic is the 18th confirmed act to appear at this month’s London Eurovision Party! The 22-year-old has enjoyed praise from fans and critics since unveiling his Eurovision entry ‘Violent Thing’ last month. The pop/dance track is a mischievous rendition of young love and will no doubt go down a treat in both Rotterdam and London! Dolić was a contestant in Slovenia’s Got Talent in 2010 and participated in the 2016 edition of EMA as part of the group D Base. In 2018, he took part in the 8th season of The Voice of Germany where he finished runner-up. The full list of confirmed acts appearing at this year’s London Eurovision Party, on Sunday 29th March, is as follows: Headline Act: James Newman from the United KingdomCo-host SuRie (UK 2018)Samanta Tīna from LatviaBlas Cantó from SpainSieneke (The Netherlands 2010)Arilena Ara from AlbaniaVincent Bueno from AustriaThe Roop from LithuaniaMichael Rice (UK 2019)VICTORIA from BulgariaTom Leeb from FranceTamara Todevska (North Macedonia 2019)Montaigne from AustraliaKEiiNO (Norway 2019)Ulrikke from NorwayVasil from North MacedoniaDaði Freyr from IcelandBen Dolic from Germany
Daði Freyr asks the London Eurovision Party to Think About Things

Daði Freyr asks the London Eurovision Party to Think About Things

Daði Freyr from Iceland, one of the favourites for the Eurovision 2020 trophy this May, will take to the Café de Paris stage at the London Eurovision Party in the heart of the West End on Sunday 29th March. Two times the charm 2020 wasn’t Daði Freyr’s first effort at representing Iceland at the Eurovision Song Contest. In 2017, “Hvað með það?” (“Is This Love?”) was the runner-up in Söngvakeppnin, the Icelandic selection for Eurovision. This year, Daði Freyr and his band Gagnamagnið won the chance to represent Iceland at Eurovision with the entry “Think About Things”, dedicated to his young daughter and became an early favourite to win the Eurovision Song Contest 2020. Daði Freyr is the 16th act to be announced so far for the London Eurovision Party 2020. The full line-up, as announced so far, is as follows: Headline Act: James Newman from the United KingdomCo-host SuRie (UK 2018)Samanta Tīna from LatviaBlas Cantó from SpainSieneke (The Netherlands 2010)Arilena Ara from AlbaniaVincent Bueno from AustriaThe Roop from LithuaniaMichael Rice (UK 2019)VICTORIA from BulgariaTom Leeb from FranceTamara Todevska (North Macedonia 2019)Montaigne from AustraliaKEiiNO (Norway 2019)Ulrikke from NorwayVasil from North MacedoniaDaði Freyr from Iceland Which of this year’s acts would you …
Vasil brings You to the London Eurovision Party

Vasil brings You to the London Eurovision Party

Vasil from North Macedonia will bring his Eurovision entry “You” to the London Eurovision Party 2020 and perform it in front of the UK fans on stage at Café de Paris in the heart of the capital city’s West End on Sunday 29th March. Vasil will bring experience to the Café de Paris stage Vasil Garvanliev is a highly experienced singer, having started aged 7 with performances at some of North Macedonia’s most popular children’s festivals. He then moved to the USA with his family aged 12 and continued his career as a soloist at Chicago Children’s Choir. Aside from children’s festivals, Vasil Garvanliev was also educated at some of the world’s most prestigious music schools in both Milan and Toronto. Since returning to North Macedonia in 2018, Vasil Garvanliev has launched his own pop career in his native country with three successful singles: “Gjerdan”, “Patuvam” and “Mojata Ulica”. Vasil Garvanliev was also part of last year’s huge success story for North Macedonia, participating as a backing vocalist for Tamara Todevska and her entry “Proud”. Vasil is the 16th act to be announced so far for the London Eurovision Party 2020. The full line-up, as announced so far, is as …
Ulrikke gets the Attention of the London Eurovision Party

Ulrikke gets the Attention of the London Eurovision Party

Norway’s representative at the Eurovision Song Contest 2020, Ulrikke, will bring “Attention” to the UK fans at Café de Paris for the London Eurovision Party on Sunday 29th March. From superfinal to pre-party season After battling through three rounds of the Melodi Grand Prix Final, Ulrikke has not slowed down. From the superfinal, the Norwegian performer has jumped aboard the Eurovision pre-party season including the Melodifestivalen WKND preview event. Now, she will also travel to London for this year’s London Eurovision Party to present her entry “Attention”. The experienced singer has previously participated in both Idol and The Voice in Norway as well as finishing fourth place with the song “Places” at Melodi Grand Prix 2017. One of the co-writers of “Attention” is Kjetil Mørland who represented Norway at Eurovision 2015 alongside Debrah Scarlett with the song “A Monster Like Me”. Ulrikke is the 15th act to be announced so far for the London Eurovision Party 2020. The full line-up, as announced so far, is as follows: Headline Act: James Newman from the United KingdomCo-host SuRie (UK 2018)Samanta Tīna from LatviaBlas Cantó from SpainSieneke (The Netherlands 2010)Arilena Ara from AlbaniaVincent Bueno from AustriaThe Roop from LithuaniaMichael Rice (UK 2019)VICTORIA from BulgariaTom Leeb from FranceTamara …
KEiiNO are coming back to the London Eurovision Party

KEiiNO are coming back to the London Eurovision Party

For some acts, once isn’t enough upon the Café de Paris stage in front of the passionate UK fans – KEiiNO are one of those acts. The Norwegian trio will return to the London Eurovision Party on Sunday 29th March 2020, ready to perform not just their televote topping entry “Spirit in the Sky” but also their brand new single “Black Leather”. Eurovision fan favourites take another trip to London KEiiNO were by far and away the most popular act amongst Eurovision fans in 2019. Winning the pan-European televote, the Norwegian trio won fans across the continent and have since performed many times in plenty of different countries. Fresh off the heels of their interval act performance in Iceland at Söngvakeppnin 2020, KEiiNO confirm they will return to London to follow-up their popular Eurofest appearance with another billing in the UK capital as a guest act for the London Eurovision Party 2020. KEiiNO are the 14th act to be announced so far for the London Eurovision Party 2020. The full line-up, as announced so far, is as follows: Headline Act: James Newman from the United KingdomCo-host SuRie (UK 2018)Samanta Tīna from LatviaBlas Cantó from SpainSieneke (The Netherlands 2010)Arilena Ara from AlbaniaVincent …
Montaigne books her place at the London Eurovision Party

Montaigne books her place at the London Eurovision Party

Australia representative Montaigne will bring her Eurovision entry “Don’t Break Me” to the London Eurovision Party 2020! The young Australian is her nation’s sixth representative at the Eurovision Song Contest and will preview this year’s entry on the Café de Paris stage at the heart of London’s West End on Sunday 29th March. From ARIAs to Eurovision Montaigne made her breakthrough in the Australian music industry in 2016, achieving a top 5 chart hit with her album Glorious Heights, a number 2 hit featuring on Hilltop Hoods’ track, “1955”, and winning the ARIA Award for Breakthrough Artist – Release all in the same year. At Eurovision: Australia Decides 2020, Montaigne came out on top over 9 other artists with her song “Don’t Break Me”, winning by a tight margin of just 7 points ahead of Casey Donovan in second place. Montaigne is the 13th artist to be announced so far for the London Eurovision Party 2020. The full line-up, as announced so far, is as follows: Headline Act: James Newman from the United KingdomCo-host SuRie (UK 2018)Samanta Tīna from LatviaBlas Cantó from SpainSieneke (The Netherlands 2010)Arilena Ara from AlbaniaVincent Bueno from AustriaThe Roop from LithuaniaMichael Rice (UK 2019)VICTORIA from BulgariaTom Leeb …
Tamara Todevska takes her place at the London Eurovision Party

Tamara Todevska takes her place at the London Eurovision Party

From the top of the jury vote at the Eurovision Song Contest 2019, to performing at the London Eurovision Party 2020 – we’re “Proud” to confirm that Tamara Todevska will perform on the Café de Paris stage on Sunday 29th March! North Macedonia’s greatest result Tamara Todevska represented North Macedonia at the Eurovision Song Contest 2019 in Tel Aviv with the song “Proud”. This was her second participation, having previously represented the nation in 2008 alongside Vrčak and Adrian performing “Let Me Love You”. “Proud” topped the jury vote, giving Tamara Todevska the best result that North Macedonia has ever achieved at Eurovision, 7th place and their very first top ten finish. Tamara Todevska is the twelfth act to be announced so far for the London Eurovision Party 2020. The full line-up, as announced so far, is as follows: Headline Act: James Newman from the United KingdomCo-host SuRie (UK 2018)Samanta Tīna from LatviaBlas Cantó from SpainSieneke (The Netherlands 2010)Arilena Ara from AlbaniaVincent Bueno from AustriaThe Roop from LithuaniaMichael Rice (UK 2019)VICTORIA from BulgariaTom Leeb from FranceTamara Todevska (North Macedonia 2019) Which of this year’s acts would you most like to see at the event? What was your favourite performance in …
James Newman is our Headline Act for LEP2020!

James Newman is our Headline Act for LEP2020!

Having been announced as the United Kingdom’s entrant at the Eurovision Song Contest 2020 this week, James Newman now also confirms his place as the headline act for the London Eurovision Party 2020! He will take to the Café de Paris stage at the heart of London’s West End to perform his entry “My Last Breath” for the UK fans on Sunday 29th March. Headlining the London Eurovision Party 2020 As has become a tradition for the London Eurovision Party, the United Kingdom’s act will headline the event. This year, James Newman has the pleasure of headling the 2020 event. Performing his entry, “My Last Breath”, in front of the UK fans before a busy few weeks heading into the contest should be a very special occasion. James Newman is perhaps best known for being a prominent songwriter in the UK music industry, as well as brother to chart-topping John Newman. The BRIT Award winning songwriter co-wrote “My Last Breath” with Ed Drewett, Adam Argyle and Iain James. James Newman is the eleventh act to be announced so far for the London Eurovision Party 2020. The full line-up, as announced so far, is as follows: Headline Act: James Newman from …
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