🇮🇪 Wild Youth to perform at London Eurovision Party 2023

🇮🇪 Wild Youth to perform at London Eurovision Party 2023

It has been another day of Pre-Party announcements, and this time, it’s from London Eurovision Party, as they have announced their second act for this year’s show, and its Ireland’s Eurovision 2023 representatives Wild Youth, who are the second act confirmed for this year’s event.

At the time of writing, it has also been revealed that Wild Youth will be performing at Eurovision in Concert in Amsterdam on April 15.

London Eurovision Party 2023

About the Pre-Party: London Eurovision Party 2023 will take place at the newly-opened ‘HERE at Outernet’ in Tottenham Court Road after the 2022 edition was hosted at the Hard Rock Hotel in Marble Arch. This will mark the final event of the 2023 Eurovision Pre-Party Circuit.

Acts: Joker Out (Slovenia 2023) and Wild Youth (Ireland 2023) are the acts confirmed for the event so far.

Tickets: Tickets are available to purchase here and consist of the following options:

  • General Admission: £47.13
  • Early Entry: £72.93
  • VIP (Including Early Access + Meet&Greet): £198.39 – Waiting List
  • Accessible Ticket: £49.17 – Waiting List

Ireland’s Eurovision journey

In 1965, Ireland made their debut in the Eurovision Song Contest with Butch Moore and the song “Walking the Streets in the Rain”, which managed to place 6th. Since their debut, Ireland has participated 55 times (making the Grand Final 45 times), and has won the competition seven times, which is currently the record for most wins.

Ireland’s latest Eurovision participation saw them being represented by Brooke Scullion, with her song “That’s Rich”. She placed 15th in the semi-final, receiving 47 points from the jury and televote.

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News Source: London Eurovision Party

Photo Credit: RTE