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 2020: Parties Canceled in Riga, Tel Aviv and Madrid | Standby from London, Amsterdam and Moscow

With the coronavirus pandemic spreading to more and more countries, all events and events planned for the next period are canceled or postponed. Of course, the Eurovision Pre Party, held annually before the contest, could not be an exception in Moscow, Riga, Tel Aviv, Amsterdam, London and Madrid.

Three of those have already been canceled, giving fans and reporters an appointment next year. The organizers of the parties in Riga, Tel Aviv and Madrid have decided not to risk the artists, but also those who wish to be involved, to cancel them at least for this year.

Amsterdam, Moscow and London are on hold waiting to see the pandemic unfold, to make their final decisions, always in cooperation with the health authorities. However, it is very difficult to imagine that these parties would not have the fate of the others that were canceled.

In the Netherlands there are even bans on people gathering more than 100 until early April, bans expected to continue in April. Russia and the United Kingdom still do not have such bans, and according to what their governments say they are not expected. But the question is who will travel in the midst of a pandemic when there are travel restrictions in most countries!