Greenjolly, the band representing Ukraine in the final of the 50th Eurovision Song Contest in Kyiv with the song Razom nas bahato, will be visiting the Polish capital Warsaw on Sunday 15th May. Greenjolly will be taking part in a special concert marking the first anniversary of Poland's membership of the European Union. Ukrainian President Victor Yuschenko will be present too and thank the Poles for their active support during the Orange Revolution.
Greenjolly will appear on stage together with several Polish hip-hop artists who recorded a Polish version of Razem nas bohato, which quickly managed to hit the top 10 in the Polish music charts in April. The Ukrainian representatives will be singing a sentence of the chorus of Razom nas bohato in Polish during the final of the upcoming Eurovision Song Contest.
The Ukrainian entry is a well known song in Poland, mainly regarded as the symbol of the Orange Revolution, which was strongly supported in the country. The Ukrainian president Victor Yuschenko will be present in Warsaw to thank the Poles for their support and to show that Ukraine would also like to become a member of the European Union in the future. The 50th Eurovision Song Contest in Kyiv is often regarded as the first step in the pathway to an active membership.
Greenjolly wil represent Ukraine in the final of the 50th Eurovision Song Contest in Kyiv, to take place on 21st May.