🇫🇮 The Rasmus to perform at Eurovision in Concert

🇫🇮 The Rasmus to perform at Eurovision in Concert

And that makes ten! The Rasmus are the tenth Eurovision 2022 contestants confirmed for Eurovision in Concert. The Rasmus will represent Finland with the song “Jezebel” following their win in UMK.

Eurovision in Concert

About the Pre-Party: Known for being the biggest Eurovision Pre-Party, fans from all over the world travel to the Dutch capital of Amsterdam to see the acts perform live. The show will be hosted once again by Edsilia Rombley (The Netherlands 1998, 2007) & Cornald Maas.

Acts: At the time of writing, the 2022 Eurovision acts confirmed are; Ronela Hajati (Albania), Jérémie Makiese (Belgium), Intelligent Music Project (Bulgaria), Mia Dimšić (Croatia), The Rasmus (Finland), Brooke (Ireland), Monika Liu (Lithuania), Emma Muscat (Malta), S10 (The Netherlands), and Krystian Ochman (Poland). Linda Wagenmakers and Maggie Macneal are the Support Acts.

Venue: The 2022 edition of the Pre-Party will take place in AFAS Live in Amsterdam and is near Amsterdam Arena, Johan Cruijff ArenA, and Ziggo Dome.

Tickets: Regular Tickets are available for €52.50 each, and can be purchased here.

Finland’s Eurovision Journey

Finland debuted in the 1961 Eurovision Song Contest, finishing 10th with Laila Kunnunen’s “Valoa ikkunassa.” Since then, they have competed 54 times, and appeared in the final 46 times. Finland has finished in the top 10 an impressive 13 times. They have won the contest once in 2006, with Lordi’s performance of “Hard Rock Hallelujah” getting 292 points. Finland’s most recent entry was “Dark Side” by Blind Channel. In the Final, they gained a total of 301 points, earning them 6th place.

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News Source: Eurovision in Concert

Photo Source: EBU / Mariikka Varila

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