As the pre-party circuit begins next week, new names are being revealed for next month’s Eurovision in Concert. This time, the organisers have revealed the latest act in the line-up is Diljá. She will be representing Iceland at Eurovision 2023 with her song “Power”, and will be one of the performers at AFAS Live on April 15.
In addition to Eurovision in Concert, Diljá has also been confirmed to be attending Barcelona Eurovision Party on March 25.
Eurovision in Concert 2023
About the Pre-Party: Known for being the biggest Eurovision Pre-Party, fans from all over the world travel to the Dutch capital of Amsterdam to see the acts perform live. The concert will take place on April 15, 2023, at AFAS Live, which has been the home of the concert since 2018. The show will be hosted by Cornald Maas and Hila Noorzai.
Tickets: You are now able to purchase your tickets for Eurovision in Concert 2023 on TicketmasterNL. There are three ticket options.
- Early Access Ticket, which will allow you entry into the venue 15 minutes before regular ticketholders (SOLD OUT)
- Seated Tickets (SOLD OUT)
- Regular tickets
Acts: At the time of writing Mia Nicolai and Dion Cooper (The Netherlands 2023), Gustaph (Belgium 2023), Joker Out (Slovenia 2023), Wild Youth (Ireland 2023), Voyager (Australia 2023), Monika Linkyte (Lithuania 2015, 2023), Teya and Salena (Austria 2023), La Zarra (France 2023), Blanca Paloma (Spain 2023), Blanka (Poland 2023), Alessandra (Norway 2023), Piqued Jacks (San Marino 2023), Alika (Estonia 2023), Lord of the Lost (Germany 2023), Remo Forrer (Switzerland 2023), and Diljá (Iceland 2023) have been announced to perform so far.
Iceland’s Eurovision Journey
Iceland made its debut on the Eurovision stage in 1986, finishing 16th with the song “Gleðibankinn” (Bank of fun) by ICY. In their 34 appearances, Iceland has finished in top 10 an impressive 7 times. Their best result to date is second place, which they have achieved twice. The first time was in 1999, where Selma Björnsdóttir received 146 points for her performance of “All out of luck”. The second time was in 2009, with Yohanna singing “Is It True” and receiving 218 points. Iceland’s most recent representative on the Eurovision stage was Systur, singing “Með hækkandi sól”, finishing 23rd with 20 points.
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