Following the release of her song “Ela” last month it has now been revealed that Cyprus’s Andromache will perform at Pre-PartyES. It has however been mentioned this will be a virtual performance. Andromache will take part in the first semi-final on the 10th of May, she will perform 9th in the running order.
📡¡Chipre actuará en remoto en la #PrePartyES22!— Eurovision-Spain.com | PrePartyES (@eurospaincom) April 13, 2022
🪐Andromache no puede asistir al concierto que celebramos este fin de semana en Madrid, pero ha querido formar parte con una actuación muy especial que se emitirá en directo en las pantallas de La Rivierahttps://t.co/W7p0ElyJzO pic.twitter.com/rBpvXGMQwa
About the Pre-Party: The Spanish Pre-Party in the capital of Spain will once again host the pre-party. The organizers of the event have invited all of the participating countries and will welcome all the interested participants with open arms to perform for the Spanish public. At the time of writing Krista Siegfrids (Finland 2013), has been confirmed as the host of the Welcome Pre-Party on the Friday evening.
Acts: At the time of writing, the acts confirmed for the Welcome Pre-Party ES on the Friday night are Melani Garcia (Spain 2019, Junior Eurovision), Blanca Paloma (Benidorm Fest 2022), Sara Deop (Benidorm Fest 2022), XEINN (Benidorm Fest 2022), Marta Sango (Benidorm Fest 2022), VICTORIA (Bulgaria, 2020 & 2021) Aidan (MESC 2022), The Roop (Lithuania 2020 & 2021), Luna Ki (Benidorm Fest 2022), Azúcar Moreno (Spain 1990, Benidorm Fest 2022), Senhit (San Marino 2011, 2020, 2021), Levi Diaz (2021, Junior Eurovision)
For the Pre-Party on Saturday night the confirmed acts are Ronela Hajati (Albania, 2022), Brooke (Ireland, 2022), Tanxugueiras (Benidorm Fest 2022), Rayden (Benidorm Fest 2022), Jérémie Makiese (Belgium 2022), Krystian Ochman (Poland 2022), We Are Domi (Czech Republic 2022), Vladana Vučinić (Montenegro 2022). Mia Dimšić (Croatia 2022), Citi Zēni (Latvia 2022), Konstrakta (Serbia 2022), Monika Liu (Lithuania 2022), WRS (Romania 2022), The Rasmus (Finland 2022), Emma Muscat (Malta 2022), Stefan (Estonia 2022), Malik Harris (Germany 2022), Andrea (North Macedonia 2022), Jamala (Ukraine 2016) Nadir Rustamli (Azerbaijan 2022), Subwoolfer (Norway 2022), Alvan & Ahez (France 2022), Systur (Iceland 2022), Sam Ryder (United Kingdom 2022), Circus Mircus (Georgia 2022), Anabel Conde (Spain 1995), Zdob şi Zdub & Fraţii Advahov (Moldova 2022), Cornelia Jakobs (Sweden 2022), Ruth Lorenzo (Spain 2014), REDDI (Denmark 2022), Marius Bear (Switzerland 2022), Kalush Orchestra (Ukraine 2022), Rosa Linn (Armenia 2022), Andromache (Cyprus 2022 – virtually).
Venue: The Pre-Party will take place in Sala Riviera in Madrid.
Tickets: Tickets for Saturday’s show are now sold out. However, there are still a variety of ticket types available for Welcome Pre-Party ES
- General Ticket (Friday Evening) – Concert Ticket in the General Zone and the After-Party – €30 + Fees
- Fan Ticket (Friday Evening) – Concert Ticket in the Fan Zone, the After-Party – €40 + Fees
- FamilyZone (Friday Evening) – €25 + Fees
More information about the FamilyZone tickets can be found right here. You are able to purchase your tickets for Friday night right here. In addition, Eurovision-Spain has confirmed that there will be a very small number of tickets at the box office from 21:00 on Saturday evening.
Cyprus’s Eurovision journey
Cyprus debuted at the Eurovision Song Contest in 1981 where they placed 6th with Island’s “Monika”. They have participated in every contest since except for 1988, 2001, and 2014, with 37 entrants and counting. Consequently, Cyprus currently holds the record for most Eurovision participations without a win.
Cyprus has been particularly successful in recent years, having qualified for the final every year since 2015. This streak includes their best result, which they achieved in 2018 when Eleni Fouriera’s “Fuego” finished as the runner-up. Meanwhile, their other notable entrants from this decade include Ivi Adamou’s “La La Love” (2012), Minus One’s “Alter Ego” (2016) and Tamta’s “Replay” (2019).
Most recently, Elena Tsagrinou represented Cyprus at Eurovision 2021 with “El Diablo”. She qualified for the Grand Final and then finished in 16th place with 94 points, including 50 from the juries and 44 from the televote.
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News Source: EurovisionSpainCom
Photo Source: Konstantinos Manolas