Visit Liverpool has announced the full lineup of artists set to perform at this year’s Eurovision Village.
There are plenty of events planned at this year’s Eurovision Village, scheduled from 5 to 13 May, with live acts, dancers and many more every day.
The Eurovision Village at the Pier Head will have a capacity of 25,000 people who will be able to watch the contest live. Entering on all days will be ticket-free, with the exception of the final night, where there will be a £15 ticket.
The Eurovision Village will consist of the main stage, but also a special area called “Discover Ukraine”, which will be dedicated to Ukrainian creations.
The complete lineup of Eurovision Village is as follows:
- May 5 – 17:00 – 23:00 – Welcome to Eurotopia
The Eurovision Village will open with a performance from last year’s Eurovision winners, Kalush Orchestra.
- May 6 – 10:30 -23:00 – A Royally Good Party
To mark the King’s Coronation, the Eurovision Village will offer live viewing of the event alongside a range of live performances from Eurovision acts.
- May 7 – 12:00 till TBC – Firstival
The day will start with A children’s festival will occur with live performances and appearances from the BBC kid’s channels (CBBC and CBeebies) shows. Later local emerging artists presented by the LIMF academy will perform, including Ni Maxine and vocal harmony band Mic Lowry and the House Gospel Choir.
- May 8 – 12:00 – 23:00 – This is Ukraine
Live performances with new music the BBC Introducing and a lineup of Ukrainian music from acts, including Antytila, Go_A, Alyona and Jerry Heil.
- May 9 – 12:00 to 23:00 – Night at the Opera and Semi-final 1
The day will start with the English National Oprea dose Eurovision, conducted by Stephen Bell and joined by former Eurovision contestants. This will be followed by a live screening of Semi-Final 1.
- May 10 – 12:00 to 23:00 – United by Music
The National Lottery presents United by Music. Live performances from break-out stars and music icons, including Michael Aldag, The Lightening Seeds, Miles Kane and Girls Don’t Sync.
- May 11 – 12:00 to 23:00 – Jamala presents QIRIM and Semi-final 2
2016 Eurovision winner Jamala will premiere her new album QIRIM, inspired by the folk songs of Jamala’s native Crimea. The BBC Philharmonic will join the singer orchestra. A live showing of semi-final 2 will also take place.
- May 12 – 12:00 to Midnight – EuroEve
The stage will be used for Tik Tok’s Eurovision Legends, while later in the day, an all-female lineup will feature live performances from acts such as Sophie Ellis and other pop stars. Charlotte Church’s Late Night Pop Dungeon will perform its very last show at this event.
- May 13 – 14:00- 02:00 – Eurovision 2023 Final
The grand final of the Eurovision Song Contest 2023 will be shown live. The preshow will include acts such as Katrina (Katrina and the Waves) and The Vengaboys. This is the only ticketed event in the Eurovision Village.
You can watch the EurovisionFun team, reacting to the song representing the United Kingdom in Eurovision 2023:
Source: BBC και Visit Liverpool