Full lineup of PrePartyES 2021 revealed!

Last year Eurovision pre-parties have mostly been cancelled because of the pandemic. The situation isn’t changing a lot this year, given the fact that the cancellation of pre-parties in London and Amsterdam have been confirmed. Only pre-party which took place by going online was the one from Madrid, good news are they are doing the same this year given the situation. PrePartyES 2021 is scheduled for this evening, 24th of April and it will be broadcast simultaneously on eurovision-spain.com and their YouTube channel at 22:00 CET. The access to it is totally free so audience from all over the world can tune in to the show, however, they set up a donation system for anyone who wants to contribute to the realization of their future projects. 

The focus of this year’s edition of the pre-party is to highlight the debuts of the participating countries with Spain in the spotlight as this year they celebrate the 60th anniversary of their Eurovision Song Contest debut.  The opening of PrePartyES 2021 will feature a two-minute short film, My life, a festival, by David Melero, scripted by Manu Mahía, The show features following artists

Masters of ceremonies

  • Blas Cantó (Spain 2021)
  • Suzy (Portugal 2014)
  • Victor Escudero (Eurovision.tv / TVE)


  • Karina (Spain 1971)

Eurovision 2021

  • Albina (Croatia)
  • Anxhela Peristeri (Albania)
  • Barbara Pravi (France)
  • Benny Cristo (Spain)
  • Blas Cantó (Spain)
  • Daði Freyr (Iceland)
  • Destiny (Malta)
  • Efendi (Azerbaijan)
  • Elena Tsagrinou (Cyprus)
  • Go_A (Ukraine)
  • Hooverphonic (Belgium)
  • Hurricane (Serbia)
  • James Newman (UK)
  • Jendrik (Germany)
  • Lesley Roy (Ireland)
  • Måneskin (Italia)
  • Manizha (Russia)
  • Montaigne (Australia)
  • Natalia Gordienko (Moldova)
  • Rafał (Poland)
  • Roxen (Romania)
  • Samanta Tina (Latvia)
  • Senhit (San Marino)
  • Stefania (Greece)
  • The Black Mamba (Portugal)
  • The Roop (Lithuania)
  • Tusse (Sweden)
  • Uku Suviste (Estonia)
  • Vasil (North Macedonia)
  • Vicent Bueno (Austria)
  • Victoria (Bulgaria)

Other Eurovision stars will make their appearance as special guests Miki (Spain 2019), KEiiNO (Norway 2019) and Dami Im (Australia 2016), Naviband (Belrus 2017) and Sirusho (Armenia 2008) in addition to them an appearance will be made from Spanish Junior Eurovision 2020 representative Soleá.

Until we are awaiting the time of premiere for this years PrePartyES which will be available  below

You can also check last years edition of it

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