The Ukrainian singer Ruslana, the winner of the 2004 Eurovision Song Contest, will give her Grand Charity Concert at the Euroclub tomorrow. The magnificent show will start at 20:30 and will be broadcast live in Ukraine, as well as through satellite by various European channels.
Ruslana's Grand Charity Concert will be dedicated to the opening of the 2005 Eurovision Song Contest. The open-air show is designed for approximately 4 000 guests and will be built around a special plot based on an ancient Hutsul legend.
Ruslana emphasizes that she had put all of her wild energy and fantasy in her new show so that the audience could see and feel the whole potential of her Wild Dances style, which she presented during the last year's contest. The show will be staged with a 30-person orchestra, rock groups, a drums show, a 25-person ballet and a DJ live-show with bright decorations and special effects. The concert will also feature some of the music material which Ruslana had never opened to the public before.
According to Ruslana's personal initiative and the support of the Children of Chornobyl Relief Fund, the money raised from the show will be transferred to charitable activities. All accredited participants of the 2005 Eurovision Song Contest are welcome to come without any additional accreditation or notice.