Earlier this year, Eurovision-Spain announced that PrePartyES 2023 would take place on the 7th and 8th April 2023. Tickets for the pre-party have now gone on sale and can be purchased here. PrePartyES 2023 will take place at La Riviera in Madrid.
PrePartyES 2023 ticket prices
El 100% de los tickets para la séptima Pre-Party de Eurovision-Spain, para todos los días, en todos los formatos y para todas las zonas, ya están disponibles en https://t.co/00morOCgBx.— Eurovision-Spain.com | PrePartyES (@eurospaincom) December 5, 2022
¡Y recuerda que los Early Birds podréis conseguirlas a los mismos precios que en 2022! pic.twitter.com/HjyPBQh2uB
Prices for the individual tickets and ticket packs are as follows:
- General Pack – €70 (tickets to General area for Friday and Saturday and for the After Parties)
- Family Pack – €50
- Unfortunately the Fan Zone packs have sold out
Tickets for PrePartyES 2023 can be purchased here.
What else do we know about PrePartyES 2023?
The capital of Spain will once again host the pre-party. The organisers of the event invite all of the participating countries and welcome all the interested participants with open arms to perform for the Spanish public. The theme for the 2023 edition is ‘Eres tú,’ in celebration of the 50th anniversary of Mocedades’s Eurovision performance, and will pay homage to the public’s central role in the pre-party.
Acts: For the 2022 Welcome PrePartyES on the Friday, the performers were: 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), as well as a surprise appearance from Chanel (Spain 2022).
For the pre-party on the Saturday night, the performing acts were: 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) Sheldon Riley (Australia 2022 – virtually).
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News source: Eurovision-Spain.com
Photo credit: Eurovision-Spain.com