First artists confirmed for Portuguese Eurovision party

by Stella Floras 176 views

An ambitious project from and for dedicated Eurovision Song Contest fans is currently under way in Portugal. The organisers aspire to offer the largest Eurovision party ever organised in Portugal with the participation of many Eurostars and music played by well-known DJ Ohrmeister.

The party is organised by OGAE – Portugal, the Câmara Municipal de Setúbal (CMS) and the Festival Internacional de Cinema de Setúbal – Festroia, who are celebrating their 25th anniversary this year. It will take place on 12th September at the Auditorium José Afonso, an outdoor venue with a capacity of 2.500 guests in Luisa Todi Avenue in the Setubal city centre. It will be hosted by model Kristian Rodic, familiar to Eurofans from the Belgrade Eurocafe, where he was host and entertainer. Responsible for the music in the party will be Eurovision DJ Ohrmeister, the official DJ of both German ESC fanclubs, namely ECG and OGAE Germany.

The first names of Eurostars who will participate in the Portuguese party have now been confirmed: Flor de lis who represented Portugal this year in Moscow, 2008 fan favourite Vania Fernandes, Alenka Gotar who represented Slovenia in 2007, Daz Sampson (United Kingdom 2006), Azucar moreno (Spain 1990), Ricardo Soler (Portuguese preselection 2008) and Eva Danin (Portuguese preselection 2009). More artists will be confirmed soon.

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Stella Floras

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