Eurofest is kicking off the Easter weekend in style, with the UK’s biggest Eurovision preview vote.
Thanks to our friends at Boom-Bang-A-Bang you’ll get to watch the videos from all 43 countries heading to Ukraine in May, and then award your Douze Points to your favourite! This year’s Eurovision line-up includes two artists who have previously performed at Eurofest – Omar Naber for Slovenia and Valentina Monetta for San Marino.
And as if that wasn’t enough, we’ve got a special guest later in the evening – ooh la la, it’s Dinah Nah! Fresh from this year’s Melodifestivalen, the Stockholm star will be joining us live on stage at midnight performing her fan favourites “Make Me (La La La)” and “One More Night”.
Plus of course all the biggest Eurovision and Schlager hits and remixes from DJ’s Don Grant and John Hagley.
Let’s make it a Good Friday to remember!
For the preview show, doors open from 7pm, and the show kicks off at 8pm prompt. Get there early to get a front row seat! The preview show will be by ticket in advance at http://tiny.cc/europreview (£6 plus booking fee), and only available on the door if there are any tickets left. We’ve sold out for the last three years so don’t say we didn’t warn you!
If you want to save all the songs until May then you’re welcome to join us from 10pm onwards and pay £8 on the door as usual.
Preview show: Doors from 7pm, show starts at 8pm, tickets £6 (plus fees) from http://tiny.cc/europreview
Eurofest: From 10pm to 3am, admission £8 on the door
Eurofest has been a feature of the London club scene since January 2012 with events taking place four times a year. Artists who have performed at previous events include Eurovision 2014 winner Conchita Wurst from Austria; Eurovision 1992 winner Linda Martin from Ireland; Magnus Carlsson, Shirley Clamp and Velvet from Sweden; Hera Bjork from Iceland; Kati Wolf from Hungary; Nicki French and Lindsay Dracass from the UK; and Omar Naber and Sestre from Slovenia
Eurofest operates on a not-for-profit basis, being run by a team of friends who wanted to make sure there are regular Eurovision and Europop nights in London and has been featured in the media, including an article in The Guardian.