As the pre-party circuit begins next week, new names are being revealed for next month’s Pre-Party ES 2023. This time, the organisers have revealed the latest act in the line-up is Remo Forrer. He will be representing Switzerland at Eurovision 2023 with his song “Watergun”, and will be one of the performers in Madrid on April 7-8.
In addition to Pre-Party ES, Remo will also be performing at this year’s Eurovision in Concert in Amsterdam on April 15.
Pre-Party ES 2023
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 will invite all of the participating countries and will welcome all the interested participants with open arms to perform for the Spanish public.
Acts: For the Friday night, Megara (Benidorm Fest 2023), Rakky Ripper (Benidorm Fest 2023), Karmento (Benidorm Fest 2023) Aritz (Benidorm Fest 2023), Fusa Nocta (Benidorm Fest 2023), Meler (Benidorm Fest 2023) , E’FEMME (Benidorm Fest 2023), Sofia Martin (Benidorm Fest 2023), José Otero (Benidorm Fest 2023), Kaliopi (North Macedonia 2012, 2016), FAMOUS (Benidorm Fest 2023), Blanca Paloma (Spain 2023) Alfred García (Spain 2018 & Benidorm Fest 2023), and Diodato (Italy 2020) are the acts confirmed so far.
Whilst for the Saturday night, Joker Out (Slovenia 2023), Gustaph (Belgium 2023), Monika Linkyte (Lithuania 2023), Alika (Estonia 2023), Sudden Lights (Latvia 2023), La Zarra (France 2023), Wild Youth (Ireland 2023), D’NASH (Spain 2007), Alessandra (Norway 2023), Blanka (Poland 2023), Voyager (Australia 2023), Pasha Parfeni (Moldova 2012, 2023) and Remo Forrer (Switzerland 2023) are the acts confirmed so far.
Tickets: Tickets for the event are now available to purchase. The prices for individual tickets and packs that are remaining are as follows:
- General Pack – €80 (tickets to General area for Friday and Saturday and for the After Parties)
- Family Pack – €65
- Unfortunately the Fan Zone packs have sold out
Tickets for PrePartyES 2023 can be purchased here
Switzerland’s Eurovision Journey
Switzerland both hosted and debuted in the inaugural Eurovision Song Contest in 1956. Their first participation was successful, as they won with Lys Assia’s “Refrain”. Since then, they have participated on 62 occasions, making the Grand Final 51 times.
Switzerland’s most recent participation saw them being represented by Marius Bear with his song “Boys Do Cry”, which saw them qualify for the Grand Final for a third consecutive participation. Overall, Switzerland finished 17th, after receiving 78 points from the jury and 0 points from the televoters.
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News Source: EurovisionSpain
Photo Source: SRF / Lukas Maeder