Watch all the eurostars’ performances at Het Grote Songfestivalfeest 2022! (Videos)

Yesterday, the 17th of November, the concert Het Grote Songfestivalfeest took place three years after the last concert, which was back in 2019, at Ziggo Dome in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

More than 30 eurostars performed on stage for the massive audience and Eurovisionfun was there to cover the show! You will get the chance to watch exclusive videos of interviews with your favourite artists and their performances!

You can watch some of the performances of the artists below:

Johnny Logan – What’s Αnother Υear

Gjon’s Tears – Tout l’univers

Michael Schulte – You Let Me Walk Alone

TIX – Fallen Angel

Efendi – Mata Hari

The Roop – Discoteque

Sandra Kim – J’aime la vie

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Eurovisionfun will be at Het Grote Songfestivalfeest in Amsterdam!

Every eurofan’s heart will beat in the rhythm of Amsterdam, this Thursday, November 17, as the great concert Het Grote Songfestivalfeest, will take place, with around 30 eurostars, taking part. Eurovisionfun will of course be there at the Ziggo Dome to offer exclusive content with videos of interviews and the performances of our favourite artists.

Het Grote Songfestivalfeest was a concert that took place in 2019, in order to promote Eurovision 2020 planned to take place in the Netherlands. After two years without it and one cancellation in 2021 due to the COVID-19 measurments in the Netherlands, the concert is back and wants to offer a unique show.

There will be numerous winners and past participants of the contest, including Loreen (Sweden 2012), Alexander Rybak (Norway 2009), Go_A (Ukraine 2021), Måns Zelmerlöw (Swede 2015), Conchita Wurst (Austria 2014) and Duncan Laurence (Netherlands 2019).

Eurovisionfun couldn’t miss this great music festival. With Spyros Koronakis as an accredited journalist, you’ll have the chance to watch the performances and interviews on our YouTube channel.

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Which artists are you looking forward to see on stage in this Eurovision-themed concert? Write us in the comments below!

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Netherlands: Eurovision in Concert 2023 will take place on April 15!

As reported by the Dutch newspaper Algemeen Dagblad, one of the biggest Eurovision pre-parties, Eurovision in Concert will return for the thirteenth time on April 15, 2023. The pre-sale of tickets for the big concert, which as in previous years will be held at AFAS Amsterdam, will start on Friday 14 October.

The line up of participating singers will be announced in early 2023, when we will know more of the Eurovision 2023 contestants. As usual, many artists of the upcoming competition in Liverpool are expected to take part in the big event in Amsterdam, which will presented by Dutch Eurovision commentator Cornald Maas.

Eurovision in Concert is one of the biggest and most popular Eurovision promo parties and takes place every year in Amsterdam in the lead up to the contest. The show started in 2009 and has grown into a hugely popular event among Eurovision fans and artists. At Eurovision in Concert 2022, 26 of the 40 competing artists of Eurovision 2022 presented their songs. The last time Greece participated in Eurovision in Concert was in 2019 with Katerine Duska and Better Love.

Source: ADEurovoix

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Eurovision in Concert: The big concert returns!

Eurovision in Concert is the biggest preparty event for Eurovision taking place every year in Amsterdam. After two continuous cancellations, in 2020 and in 2021, the concert will take place in the capital of the Netherlands on April 9, 2022.

The concert’s official Facebook account made a post today announcing that the previously announced date is now official and that the tickets bought for the 2020 concert are valid for entrance in this year’s concert.

The Netherlands: Big plans in Amsterdam for Eurovision 2020

Although the contest will take place in Rotterdam after the city’s victory over Amsterdam for the Eurovision 2020 event, the city of Amsterdam is implementing grand plans for the event.

The de Reguliers business club has plans to install large screens in May to broadcast the two semifinals and the grand final on Reguliersdwarsstraat Street, a street that has linked its reputation with the country’s homosexual life, as there are many gay restaurants and cafes, while hosting the annual Amsterdam Gay Pride.

The municipality has already awarded a € 35,000 grant from the event fund for this purpose. At the same time, there will be events and music playing on Eurovision for the rest of the day.

“We have been working closely with Eurovision Artists, an institution that has been involved with the song festival for at least twenty years”

Eward Koning, President of de Reguliers

However, in order to implement de Reguliers’ plans, special permits will have to be granted by the Centrum district council. Koning himself seems particularly optimistic about the request to the municipality:

“The municipality has stated that this is a unique and extraordinary event and that we want to help us implement it. Normally one can make noise by 23:00, but they have to make an exception on festival days”

Live link to Amsterdam during the contest?

At the suggestion of Sietse Bakker, executive producer of Eurovision 2020, the event could be broadcast live during the competition.

“The competition takes place in Rotterdam. But our community (Amsterdam BC) immediately asked us if we wanted to have something fun. That’s why we do this. We don’t want to steal the show from Rotterdam, but we want to celebrate, share and experience the experience.We discussed the plans with him (ed. Sietse Bakker) a month and a half ago. He suggested to see if we could switch to live broadcasting during the show. I don’t know if it will work, but how perfect would it be to see us in 180 million salons? ”

Finally, Eward Koning did not hold out his optimism by expressing his desire to hear the famous “douze points” from Reguliersdwarsstraat Street.

Source/Image: Karaneschev

The Netherlands: Eleni Foureira at the Eurovision Gala in Amsterdam

The public broadcaster AVROTROS in co-production with PILOTSTUDIO, organizes the Eurovision Gala in the Dutch capital, Amsterdam, on December 15th with about 30 guests crossing the Eurovision stage.

Eleni Foureira,who represented Cyprus at the Eurovision Song Contest 2018 is among these names.

Apart from Eleni Foureira, Elena Paparizou (Greece 2001 as a member of Antique and Greece 2005), Loreen (Sweden 2012), Netta Barzilai (Israel 2018), and Dana International (Israel 1998 and 2011) will also appear. The names confirmed so far are:

2019 – Keiino – Norway
2019 – (& 2016) Sergey Lazarev (Russia)
2018 – Netta Barzilai – Israel
2018 – Eleni Foureira – Cyprus
2013 – Emmelie de Forest – Denmark
2012 – Loreen – Sweden
2011 – Ell & Nikki – Azerbaijan
Dima Bilan – Russia
2006 – Lordi – Finland
2005 (& 2001) – Elena Paparizou – Greece
2004 – Ruslana – Ukraine
1999 – Charlotte Perrelli – Sweden
1998 – Edsilia Rombley – The Netherlands
1998 – Dana International – Israel
1997 – Katrina and the Waves – United Kingdom
1996 – Eimear Quinn – Ireland
1993 – Niamh Kavanagh – Ireland
1993 – Ruth Jacott – The Netherlands
1986 – Sandra Kim – Belgium
1983 – Corinne Hermès – Luxembourg
1978 – Izhar Cohen – Israel
1977 – Marie Myriam – France
1975 – Getty Kaspers – The Netherlands
1973 – Anne-Marie David – Luxembourg
1969 – Lenny Kuhr – The Netherlands

The event will be screened on New Year’s Eve by another public channel in the country, NPO3.