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Yesterday, in Amsterdam, the seventh annual Eurovision In Concert took place. Outside of the actual Eurovision Song Contest itself, this was the biggest gathering of artists from the 2015 contest, and Eurovision.tv was there to cover it. Today we start to present the first videos of the performers on stage at the Melkweg venue in the city centre - so stay tuned.
Tonight the biggest Eurovision Song Contest preview event takes place at the Melkeweg in the Dutch capital city of Amsterdam. 24 of this year's participants will showcase their songs in Eurovision In Concert. The sell out event will be hosted by Edsillia Rombley (Netherlands 1998 and 2007) and Cornald Maas (the Dutch commentator).
As many of you already know the Eurovision Song Contest is about a lot more than just songs. Over the last 60 years, Europe’s favourite TV show has had a huge impact on the world outside the contest itself.
One of the first of several unofficial preview parties on the occasion of the 2015 Eurovision Song Contest took place in Riga last Saturday. The Latvian capital hosted eight of this year's contestants along with four former participants of the contest in a live concert.
Throughout history, the Eurovision Song Contest has had contestants of all ages, from the Russian grannies in 2012 to the youngest ever winner, Sandra Kim. Have a look how age is just a number at the contest!
Boogie will represent Hungary in the 2015 Eurovision Song Contest with her song Wars For Nothing, the official video of which features a flashmob in Budapest. Now she extends this brave concept all over Europe. Your first opportunity to join in is this Saturday at 10:00 AM CET in Amsterdam!
There are just a few weeks left until all the contestants gather in Vienna for the 60th Eurovision Song Contest. They are all using the time left very wisely, mostly for the preparations, but also for promotional activities. Bojana Stamenov will represent Serbia at the 2015 Eurovision Song Contest in Austria. Even though she was incredibly busy, Bojana has found some time for an interview for Eurovision.tv.
Switzerland will be represented in the 2015 Eurovision Song Contest with Time To Shine, sung by Mélanie René. These days she has been busy preparing her stage performance for Vienna, and she has traveled to the Southernmost part of her home country to take part in a TV show. Check out our special feature!