Eurovision’s Greatest Hits in London.
A special Anniversary show celebrating 60 years of the Eurovision Song Contest entitled Eurovision’s Greatest Hits took place in London. The event was organised by both the EBU and the BBC.
Hosted by the BBC One commentator Graham Norton and the 2013 Eurovision Song Contest host Petra Mede, Eurovision’s Greatest Hits took place at the Eventim Apollo in Hammersmith, London.
A total of 15 guests performed at the Anniversary event. The full list of acts can be found below.
- Conchita Wurst – Rise like a phoenix
- Herreys – Diggi-loo diggi-ley
- Natasha St-Pier – Je n’ai que mon âme
- Emmelie de Forest – Only teardrops
- Lordi – Hard rock hallelujah
- Nicole – Ein bisschen frieden
- Johnny Logan – What’s another year / Hold me now
- Rosa López – Europe’s living a celebration / Medley of Spanish entries
- Anne-Marie David – Tu te reconnaîtras
- Olsen Brothers – Fly on the wings of love
- Loreen – Euphoria
- Brotherhood of Man – Save your kisses for me
- Dima Bilan – Never let you go / Believe
- Dana International – Diva
- Bobbysocks – La det swinge
The interval act of the night was the Irish interval act from the 1994 Eurovision Song Contest, Riverdance.
A number of national broadcasters have confirmed that they will broadcast (not live) the show on a date of their choice. Confirmed broadcasting channels have been listed below:
- Australia (SBS)
- Austria (ORF / 22 May)
- Belgium (RTBF), (VRT /4 April)
- Bulgaria (BNT)
- Denmark (DR1)
- Finland (Yle Fem / 4 April), (Yle TV2 / 11 April)
- France (France 2 / 20 May)
- Greece (NERIT)
- Iceland (RUV / 4 April)
- Ireland (RTE2 / 3 April)
- Israel (Channel 1 / 11 April)
- Norway (NRK1 / 4 April)
- Portugal (RTP1)
- Romania (TVR)
- Russia (C1R / 5 April)
- San Marino (SMRTV)
- Slovenia (RTVSLO)
- Spain (RTVE)
- Sweden (SVT1 / 4 April)
- Switzerland (SRF)
- United Kingdom (BBC / 3 April), (BBC Radio 2)
More broadcast dates are set to be revealed in due course.