The line-up for this year’s Pre-Parties continue to take shape, as we head into the final two weeks of the National Final season. This time, its Barcelona Eurovision Party that has an update, as its been announced that Latvia’s Eurovision 2023 representatives Sudden Lights will be among the performers on March 25 in Barcelona.
This is the third Pre-Party event of the season they are confirmed for, as they will also be performing in this year’s Polish Eurovision Party on April 1, as well as the Pre-Party ES in Madrid on April 8.
Barcelona Eurovision Party 2023
About the PreParty: After its successful debut in 2022, Barcelona Eurovision Party will once again return in 2023, and has expanded to three nights, which will take place between the 23rd and 25th of March.
The three nights and the acts confirmed for this year’s event are as follows:
March 23 – EUROfansCLUB will be the first night of the Pre-Party and will be the welcome party, featuring OGAE DJ’s.
March 24 – EURO QUEENS NIGHT will be the second night of the Pre-Party, which will be held in Sala Apolo (the venue for last year’s Pre-Party). At the time of writing; Efendi (Azerbaijan 2020,2021), Ronela Hajati (Albania 2022), Barei (Spain 2016), José Otero (Benidorm Fest 2023), E’FEMME (Benidorm Fest 2023) Megara ( Benidorm Fest 2023), and Siderland (Benidorm Fest 2023) have been confirmed to perform, with WRS (Romania, 2022) confirmed as the host.
March 25 – Barcelona Eurovision Party will be the final night. This time, the pre-party will take place at Sant Jordi Club, which can hold up to 3,000 spectators. At the time of writing Dami Im (Australia 2016), Suzy (Portugal 2014), Poli Genova (Bulgaria 2016), Eva Santamaria (Spain 1993), Destiny (Malta 2020,2021), Beth (Spain, 2003), Rosa Lopez (Spain 2002), Susanne Georgi (Andorra 2009), Gustaph (Belgium 2023), and Joker Out (Slovenia 2023),Wild Youth (Ireland 2023), Teya and Salena (Austria 2023), Iru Khechanovi (Georgia 2023), Monika Linkyte (Lithuania 2023), and Sudden Lights (Latvia 2023) have been confirmed to perform have been confirmed to perform.
Tickets now available for purchase
The tickets that are available to purchase are s follows:
Tickets for Barcelona Eurovision Party (March 25)
- EuroFan Ticket (Early Entry + Collectors Lanyard) – €55.00
- General Ticket – €46.00
- Side Row Seat – €35.00 – SOLD OUT
Tickets for EURO QUEENS NIGHT (March 24)
- General Ticket – €20.00
Tickets for EUROfansCLUB (March 23)
- General Ticket – €12.00
- EUROfansCLUB + EUROQUEENS NIGHT + Barcelona Eurovision Party (General) – €65.00
- Special Pack (General Entry, Tote Bag, Metal Mug, Collectors Lanyard, Glitter) – (€65)
If you are interested in obtaining tickets, you can do so by heading right here.
Latvia’s Eurovision Journey
Latvia made their Eurovision debut in 2000, finishing 3rd with “My Star” by Brainstorm. They have performed at every contest since and managed to win in 2002. Marie N sang “I Wanna,” scoring 176 points and bringing Eurovision to Riga in the process. Latvia also managed to finish in the top 10 two more times, in 2005 and 2015. Latvia’s most recent entry on the Eurovision stage was Citi Zeni, who performed “Eat Your Salad”. The song failed to qualify from the semi-final, finishing 14th with 55 points.￼
Will you be attending the Barcelona Euroviaion Party this year? If you are, are you excited to see Sudden Lights perform? As always, let us know what you think by commenting below. Also, be sure to follow “That Eurovision Site” on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and Tiktok as we gear up for Eurovision 2023!
News Source: Barcelona Eurovision Party
Photo Credit: Roberts Āboltiņš