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Competition: Win 3×2 tickets for ‘Eurovision in Concert’, Amsterdam, April 9, 2022

Next month, Saturday 9 April, the biggest Eurovision preview event ‘Eurovision in Concert’ will take place in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. It’s an opportunity for you to see many 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 The Rasmus (Finland), Monika Liu (Lithuania), Chanel (Spain), Ochman (Poland), Emma Muscat (Malta), Ronela Hajati (Albania), Jérémie Makiese (Belgium), Mia Dimšić (Croatia), Intelligent Music Project (Bulgaria), Brooke (Ireland), S10 (The Netherlands), and many more. Among the support acts will be Maggie MacNeal (ESC 1980, The Netherlands), Linda Wagenmakers (ESC 2000, The Netherlands) and Getty Kaspers (Teach-In ESC 1975, The Netherlands).

The show will be hosted once again by former Dutch ESC contender Edsilia Rombley (1998 an 2007) and Cornald Maas. The location is AFAS Live, one of the most renowned music venues in The Netherlands. For more info please visit the official website http://www.eurovisioninconcert.nl

We’re giving away 3×2 tickets for this spectacular event. All you have to do is answer this question right: The 66th Eurovision Song Contest will be held in Turin, Italy. How many times had Italy hosted the Contest before? Send in your answer to competition@escradio.com along with your full name and postal address by Sunday, 27th March, 23:59 CET. The names of the three lucky winners will be revealed here on our website. Good luck!

March 28: It’s time to reveal the winners! The correct answer to our question was: Italy hosted the Eurovision twice before, in 1965 in Naples, and in 1991 in Rome; so Turin 2022 will be the third time. Now we have three lucky winners for the 3×2 tickets for the ‘Eurovision in Concert’ event on 9th April, and they are: Tomaž Bremec (Slovenia), Cristina Botinestean (Ireland) and Antonio Palm (Sweden), congratulations! and better luck next time for those who did not win.

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