It has been revealed that tickets for the Barcelona Eurovision Party have sold out. The event it due to take place on March 26th 2022. So far several Eurovision 2022 artists have confirmed that they will take part in the pre-party. This is the first time that a pre-party will take place in Barcelona. Barcelona Eurovision Party is not the only Eurovision Pre-Party to take place in Spain, in Madrid Pre-Party-ES will also take place on the 15t and 16th April 2022.
WOW! 🥰 Europe, stop buying now!!! 🥳 The Barcelona Eurovision Party is sold out ‼️— Barcelona Eurovision Party (@BCNeurovision) March 10, 2022
1️⃣3️⃣0️⃣0️⃣ Eurofans from 14 different nations are going to experience a great party with the 16 confirmed artists and those who are going to be announced in the coming days! 🎶🎶 pic.twitter.com/etsgvtPgV2
About the Pre-Party: Barcelona Eurovision Party is the newest Pre-Party that is launched this season. Upon its launch, the party mentions that up to 20 participants of the 2022 Eurovision Song Contest will attend the Pre-Party. The Pre-Party will be hosted by Sharonne, Giuseppe Di Bella.
Acts: At the time of writing, seven Eurovision 2022 participants have been revealed, and they are Ronela Hajati (Albania), We Are Domi (Czech Republic), Brooke (Ireland), Citi Zēni (Latvia), Monika Liu (Lithuania), Emma Muscat (Malta), Vladana (Montenegro), WRS (Romania), and Chanel (Spain). They will be joined by Marta Roure (Andorra, 2004), Conchita Wurst (Austria, 2014), Sunstroke Project (Moldova 2010, 2017), Senhit (San Marino, 2011, 2020, 2021), The Roop (Lithuania 2020 and 2021) and Rosa López (Spain, 2002).
Venue: The Pre-Party will take place at Sala Apolo in Barcelona.
Tickets: Tickets for the event are now sold out.
Spain’s Eurovision Journey
Spain debuted at the Eurovision Song Contest in 1961 with Conchita Bautista’s “Estando Contigo”. The country earned its first win in 1968 with Massiel’s “La La La”, and won again in 1969 with Salome’s “Vivo Cantando” in an infamous four-way tie. Although they have yet to win again, Spain earned several 2nd place finishes, most famously with Mocedades’ “Eres tu” in 1973 and Anabel Conde’s “Vuelve conmigo” in 1996.
Spain has been less successful in recent years. Although they achieved two 10th place finishes in 2012 and 2014, the country has not finished above 20th place since 2015, including one last-place in 2017. They finished 24th at the 2021 contest with 6 points from the jury and no televote points.
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