Eurovision Song Contest 2018, which was held in Lisbon, Portugal, just finished two weeks ago, but some of the artists already used an opportunity of Eurovision and decided to go directly on tour right after Eurovision Song Contest. We did a little research and if you’re in the area – don’t hesitate – go and see the shows of your favourite artist!
LEA SIRK (Slovenia)
Lea Sirk brought Slovenia to the Grand Final after three years, as a fifth country’s attempt in the Grand Final, with her entry ‘Hvala, ne!’. Even though she finished her first part of ‘Hvala, ne!’ promo tour in Slovenia, two days ago already, she performed on May 18th in Celje, on May 19th in Radenci and on May 25th in Ajdovščina. More dates are about to be announced on her webpage and facebook page.
SAARA AALTO (Finland)
After rising her fame in United Kingdom, while participating in X Factor UK, Saara represented her motherland with an amazing entry ‘Monsters’. We’ve been writing about it even before Eurovision, so yesterday she joined Steps on their Grand Slam tour, being joined by Blue, who represeted United Kingdom at 2011 Eurovision Song Contest with their entry I Can and with ABBA tribute sensation – Björn Again. She’ll be touring with Steps all over United Kingdom, including London on July 10th. Later this year she’ll be also touring in her own Finland. Tickets and dates are available on her webpage.
ELENI FOUREIRA (Cyprus)
One of the hot favourites to win this years contest, Eleni Foureira, just signed a record deal with one of the biggest record companies, but she’s also about to perform abroad again. Greek popstar #QueenF, just as she’s called by the fans, who achieved best ever Eurovision result for Cyprus, is about to perform in KOKO Camden, London, on June 29th. Doors will be open from 6.30PM local time, tickets can be purchased here. More about Eleni’s performances around the Europe, we reccomend to follow Eleni Foreira’s Facebook page here.
SURIE (United Kingdom)
Surie met the Eurovision stage twice already, she did backing singing for Loic Nottet and for Blance, and this year was her year – a time to shine. Despite the fact, that Jimmy Jump interreputed her performance in Lisbon, she stayed strong and proffesional on stage, and also after the Eurovision. Her UK tour ‘Eurovision Unplugged’ started on May 18th in London, you can catch her today in Redditch, and she’s finishing it in Bristol, on July 22nd. Informations about the tickets and the dates are available here.