Eurovision Party-SunStroke Project and the participants of Eurovision will be held in Moldova’s capital, Chișinău, on 14 November.
The grand show Eurovision Party is to take place in Moldova for the first time. SunStroke Project and the participants of Eurovision will include a host of Eurovision stars, with of course Moldova’s own Eurovision heroes and Eurovision 2017 second runner up, SunStroke Project.
Joining SunStroke Project will be Artsvik from Armenia, Dihaj from Azerbaijan, Nathan Trent from Austria, Slavko Kalezić from Montenegro, JOWST from Norway, Alex Florea & Ilinca from Romania, Manel Navarro from Spain, Robin Bengtsson from Sweden and Timebelle from Switzerland.
Moreover, the show will be hosted by Timur Miroshnychenko, who was one of the presenters of the Eurovision Song Contest 2017 in Kyiv, Ukraine.
Chișinău welcomes all Eurovision fans on 14 November at 19:00 EET, at the National Palace Concert Hall “Nicolae Sulac”!
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SunStroke Project in Eurovision
SunStroke Project (Sergei Yalovitsky, Anton Ragoza and Sergey Stepanov) are a Moldovan electro-house group. They represented Moldova twice at the Eurovision Song Contest.
At Eurovision 2010 in Oslo, Norway, together with Olia Tira, their entry Run away reached place 22 with 27 points in the Grand Final.
In 2017, SunStroke Projects entry Hey, mamma! honourably earned the third place in the Grand Final of Eurovision in Kyiv, Ukraine, earning 374 points, Moldova’s best result in Eurovision as yet.
Hey, mamma! became a successful summer hit, and for the groups’ achievement at Eurovision they were awarded with the Order of Honour by Moldova’s president Igor Dodon.
To get into the mood for Moldova’s Eurovision Party, enjoy SunStroke Project performing Hey, mamma! at the Grand Final of Eurovision 2017: