The success keeps going on for Eurovision 2019 winner Duncan Laurence: following an acclaimed performance at the Pinkpop music festival, the young singer-songwriter has expanded his upcoming European tour again, adding Italy, Poland and Spain to the schedule. To boot, his victorious song Arcade has reached 50 million streams on Spotify.
European tour expanded
Duncan Laurence has taken a ride in the rollercoaster of success since winning the 64th Eurovision Song Contest in Tel Aviv, Israel, just a little over a month ago. He is performing throughout Europe and working diligently on his musical career.
Due to popular demand, the artist’s European tour has been expanded once again. New venues in Italy, Poland and Spain have been added to the tour, which will also visit his home country the Netherlands, Belgium, France, Germany, Austria, Denmark, Finland, Norway, Sweden, Switzerland and the United Kingdom.
All Dutch shows are sold out, just as some shows in Antwerp, Belgium and Cologne, Germany (other shows in these countries available). The tour is set to start in November 2019.
Duncan Laurence shared the news on his social media:
50.000.000 streams on Spotify! To celebratie we’ve added more shows to the EU tour. Will I be seeing you there? Get your tickets here: www.duncanlaurence.nl ⚡️
Geplaatst door Duncan Laurence op Dinsdag 18 juni 2019
50 million streams
More reason to celebrate for the Dutch singer, as his winning Eurovision entry Arcade has reached 50,000,000 streams on Spotify. Duncan Laurence is very proud and commemorated the fact by sharing a picture of his childhood on Instagram, all in the spirit of this year’s Eurovision slogan Dare to dream:
For information about Duncan Laurence’s European tour and other performances, you can visit the artist’s official website.
Playing a winning game at Eurovision 2019
25-year old Duncan Laurence (born Duncan de Moor, Spijkenisse, 1994) was internally chosen by the selection committee of Dutch broadcaster AVROTROS to represent the Netherlands at the 2019 Eurovision Song Contest in Tel Aviv, Israel.
His entry Arcade, composed and written by Duncan Laurence himself in collaboration with producers Wouter Hardy and Joel Sjöö, was among the pre-contest favourites for a top position. Performing Arcade in the second semi-final, Duncan Laurence won the second semi-final with 280 points, and progressed to the Grand Final.
In an exciting and tight vote, Arcade ultimately received the overall highest amount of points, thus winning the 64th Eurovision Song Contest with 498 points, the fifth victory for the Netherlands and bringing the trophy back to the country after 44 years.
Enjoy the winner’s performance of Arcade once again: