TONIGHT! Nordic Music Celebration – A Brand New Eurovision Event

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Today, fans from all over the world will participate in the first Norwegian Eurovision Pre Party, which will be held in the capital city of Norway, Oslo.

Rockefeller Music Hall will open its doors on Saturday, the 20th of April 2024 for the first Norwegian Eurovision Pre Party, where participating artists will perform their songs before the big show, which will be held in Malmo, Sweden. The show will be hosted by Marte Stokstad. She hosted big events such as Norsk Melodi Grand Prix and Adresse.

Oslo will gather fans from all over the world who will support their favorite Eurovision artists. The tickets for the show are still available on Ticketmaster. Fans can purchase Early Bird Tickets for the price of 850 Norwegian Crowns or Ordinaer Tickets for the price of 640 Norwegian Crowns.

The afterparty will gather former Eurovision Song Contest artist DJ Astronaut, who represented Norway in 2022, being part of the memorable duo Subwoolfer. The afterparty will take place tonight on John Dee –Mariboes gate 5A, 0183 Oslo, Norway (inside the same venue as Rockefeller). The afterparty tickets cost 249 Norwegian Crowns.

Rockefeller Music Hall will welcome the following artists from this year Eurovision Song Contest:

  • Hera Bjork (Iceland)
  • Marcus and Martinus (Sweden)

Also, the venue will gather former Eurovision Song Contest artists such as:

  • Alessandra (Norway 2023)
  • Alexander Rybak (Norway 2009, 2018)
  • Bobbysocks (Norway 1985)
  • Dag Erik Oksvold & Anne Fagermo (MGP 2024)
  • Efendi (Azerbaijan 2020, 2021)
  • Elisabeth  “Bettan” Andreassen (Sweden 1982, Norway 1988, 1994,1996)
  • Emmelie de Forest (Denmark 2013)
  • Erika Norwich (MGP 2024)
  • Farida (MGP 2022, 2024)
  • Hanne Krogh (Norway 1971, 1985, 1991)
  • Hera Bjork (Iceland 2010, 2024)
  • Herreys (Sweden 1984)
  • Jone (MGP 2023)
  • JOWST & Alexander Walmann (Norway 2017)
  • Kate Gulbrandsen (Norway 1987)
  • Krista Siegfrids (Finland 2013)
  • Lidia Isac (Moldova 2016)
  • Luke Black (Serbia 2023)
  • Mileo (MGP 2024)
  • Skrellex (MGP 2023)
  • Subwoolfer (Norway 2022)
  • Sunstroke Project (Moldova 2010, 2017)

For more information, visit the official Nordic Music Celebration website: https://www.nordicmusiccelebration.com.