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Eurovision in Concert, Amsterdam, 5 April 2014

Eurovision In Concert 2014

Next month, Saturday 5 April, the biggest Eurovision preview event ‘Eurovision in Concert’ will take place for the sixth time in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. It’s a unique opportunity for you to see most of the participants of this year’s Eurovision Song Contest perform their entries live on stage. Many acts have confirmed already their presence, among them Valentina Monetta (San Marino), Sebalter (Switzerland), The Common Linnets (Netherlands), Maria Yaremchuk (Ukraine),  Basim (Denmark), Ruth Lorenzo (Spain), Firelight (Malta), Conchita Wurst (Austria), and many more.

Special guests will be last year’s Eurovision Song Contest winner Emmelie de Forest from Denmark and the 4-piece girl band Frizzle Sizzle who represented the Netherlands at the 1986 contest (Alles Heeft Ritme).

The show will be hosted by former Dutch ESC contender Sandra Reemer (1976, 1976, and 1979) and Cornald Maas. The location is Melkweg, one of the most renowned music venues in the Dutch capital. For more info please visit the official website  http://www.eurovisioninconcert.nl

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4 comments

  1. When does this radio broadcast the 2014 entries?
    I’m from Italy and I’ve been expecting Emma Marrone.

  2. Ciao Simone,
    most 2014 entries are already on the playlist, and last time we played “La mia città” was a little earlier this morning, at 7:50 CET. Naturally, it will be played again and again:)

  3. Hi ! I want know how many singers will greet at the beginning of their song?…thanks !

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