Måns Zelmerlöw will headline Concert in the Dark on April 21st, with a dedicated performance and conversation about his new Cava, hosting Melodifestivalen, and his collaboration with Polina Gagarina among other things.
Concert in the Dark takes place this April to celebrate the artists of the Eurovision Song Contest and the music of Europe, while doing good for the environment, in one of the only pre-parties of the year.
Måns Zelmerlöw will be joined by a handful of special guests, national finalists and over fifteen of this year’s competing Eurovision artists who have all prepared dedicated, one-off performances for the night. The lineup will be revealed exclusively on the @EurovoixTV Twitter account over the next week, with the full lineup being revealed on Friday, April 16th.
Each year, competing artists would tour the continent to promote their songs for the Eurovision Song Contest, and while there’s no party in London, Amsterdam, or Tel Aviv this year, we’ve invited this year’s participants to join us digitally for a unique live broadcast. Taking place on April 21st, Concert in the Dark will run long into the night as a telethon of European music.
To celebrate Earth Day, we’re asking you to turn out the lights at home just as we’ll be doing in the studio, and donate to plant a tree or two throughout the night. We are supporting MoreTrees.eco, whose aim is to plant a billion trees; reducing extreme poverty, and combating deforestation.
The Euro Trip’s Rob Lilley returns to present an event produced by the studio that brought you Eurojury 2013 to 2020. Produced by Callum Rowe, directed by Samuel Deakin. Eurovoix Television’s Concert in the Dark has been organised in partnership with Stockholm’s Melfest WKND, the only physical pre-party held in 2020.
Free to watch via Eurovoix.tv on April 21st at 20:00 BST/21:00 CET, join us for a very special #ConcertInTheDark.
Eurovoix is celebrating its tenth anniversary this year with a selection of events including Concert in the Dark and The Euro Jury.