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More Artists Confirm Attendance at PreParty ES 2019 in Madrid

Twenty Eurovision 2019 artists plus special guests have confirmed their participation in the Spanish pre-party towards the end of this month.

The third edition of Spain’s Eurovision Pre-Party is set to take place at Sala La Riviera on April 19th and 20th this year. So far, 20 acts from the 2019 Eurovision Song Contest line-up have confirmed their participation. They are:

  • Albania – Jonida Maliqi
  • Belgium – Eliot
  • Belarus – Zena
  • Czech Republic – Lake Malawi
  • Croatia – Roko
  • Estonia – Victor Crone
  • Finland – Darude and Sebastian Rejman
  • Georgia: Oto Nemsadze
  • Germany – S!sters
  • Greece – Katerine Duska
  • Iceland – Hatari
  • Lithuania – Jurij Veklenko
  • Moldova – Anna Odobescu
  • Montenegro – D mol
  • Norway – KEiiNO
  • Poland – Tulia
  • Romania – Ester Peony
  • San Marino – Serhat
  • Spain – Miki
  • United Kingdom – Michael Rice

Special guests will also attend the event, such as:

  • Ira Losco (Malta 2002 & 2016)
  • Alfred Garcia (Spain 2018)
  • Vania Fernandes (Portugal 2008)
  • Adelén (NRKMGP 2013)
  • Las Ketchup (Spain 2006)
  • Imri (Israel 2017)
  • Cesar Sampson (Austria 2018)
  • Suzy (Portugal 2014)
  • Famous (OT 2018 winner)

It is expected that over 20 countries and multiple guests will attend the event, which will also commemorate the 50th anniversary of when Spain hosted the Eurovision Song Contest. The slogan for the event is “El Ritmo Que Nos Une”, which translates to “The Rhythm Which Unites Us”. Tickets are available to purchase here.


The 2018 edition of the Spanish Pre-Party featured twenty-one artists from across Europe, as well as special guests Manel Navarro (Spain 2017), Lucía Pérez (Spain 2011), Filipa Sousa (Portugal 2012), and Susanne Georgia (Andorra 2009). Presenting the show was Soraya, who represented the country at the Eurovision Song Contest in Moscow 2009. Fellow Operación Triunfo alumni and the 2018 Spanish representatives were also hosts for the various international delegations attending.

The ESPre-Party was held for the first time in 2017 and was deemed a huge success. It was granted “Official Related Event” status by the EBU, giving it the same status as the Eurovision preview concerts held in Amsterdam, London, Riga, Moscow and Tel Aviv. This made the event the first official Eurovision Song Contest related event to be held in Spain since the contest was hosted in Madrid in 1969.

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