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EUROVISION IN CONCERT 2017 – Check what happened last night!

April 9, 2017

It was that time of the year again when Eurovision artists from all four corners of Europe arrived in the Dutch capital for the annual Eurovision in Concert festival which took place on April 8th 2017.  This year a record of 34 acts performed at the ninth edition of the concert with the last two acts – Dihaj and Brendan Murray – being announced this week.    

 

The event was hosted by Dutch Eurovision commentator, Cornald Maas, and legendary Icelandic singer Selma – who represented Iceland twice in the contest in 1999 and 2005 respectively.  Starting at 19:00 Central European Time, the concert was held once again in the famous Melkweg which has played host to numerous events as well as previous Eurovision in Concert editions in the past. Unfortunately, due to unforeseen circumstances, Blanche from Belgium, who was scheduled to perform at the event, had to cancel a couple of hours before doors at the Melkweg opened

 

This year’s participants were:

  1. Albania  – Lindita – World

  2. Armenia – Artsvik – Fly With Me

  3. Austria – Nathan Trent – Running On Air

  4. Azerbaijan – Dihaj - Skeletons

  5. Belarus – Naviband – Story Of My Life

  6. Bulgaria – Kristian Kostov – Beautiful Mess

  7. Cyprus – Hovig – Gravity

  8. Czech Republic – Martina Bárta – My Turn

  9. Denmark – Anja – Where I Am

  10. Finland – Norma John – Blackbird

  11. France – Alma – Requiem

  12. Georgia – Tamara Gachechiladze – Keep The Faith

  13. Germany – Levina – Perfect Life

  14. Hungary – Joci Pápai – Origo

  15. Ireland – Brendan Murray – Dying To Try

  16. Israel – IMRI – I Feel Alive

  17. Italy – Francesco Gabbani – Occidentali’s Karma

  18. Lithuania – Fusedmarc – Rain Of Revolution

  19. Macedonia – Jana Burčeska – Dance Alone

  20. Malta – Claudia Faniello – Breathlessly

  21. Moldova – Sunstroke Project – Hey Mamma

  22. Montenegro – Slavko – Space

  23. The Netherlands – OG3NE – Lights And Shadows

  24. Norway – Jowst – Grab The Moment

  25. Poland – Kasia Moś – Flashlight

  26. Romania – Ilinca & Alex – Yodel It!

  27. San Marino – Valentina Monetta & Jimmie Wilson – Spirit Of The Night

  28. Serbia – Tijana Bogićević – In Too Deep

  29. Slovenia – Omar Naber – On My Way

  30. Spain – Manel Navarro – Do It For Your Lover

  31. Sweden – Robin Bengtsson – I Can’t Go On

  32. Switzerland – Timebelle – Apollo

  33. Ukraine – O. Torvald – Time

  34. United Kingdom – Lucie Jones – Never Give Up On You

 

Continuing with tradition, a small after party took place after the concert concluded where six of the 34 acts making an appearance for even more singing as well as a meet and greet session. The acts that were confirmed for the after party were Kasia Moś, Nathan Trent, Timebelle, Manel Navarro, Tamara Gachechiladze and Robin Bengtsson.

 

With only a few more weeks until the contest begins, the pressure is on for all the acts to nail their preparations and performances. Who is your favourite so far and who do you think had the best performance at the concert? Let us know in the comments below!

 

 

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