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UK's Biggest Ever Eurovision Convention Announces Star Acts!

Press Release: 23 January 2024

UK's Biggest Ever Eurovision Convention Announces Star Acts to Perform at EurovizCon 2024

- Exactly 50 years since Brighton hosted Abba's Eurovision win with ‘Waterloo',EurovizConannounce that UK winners,The Fizz, are amongst the star names to perform on the same Brighton stage for UK's biggest ever Eurovision Convention  - plusSiracusa, Senhit, Slavko, Bobbysocks, Joe and Jake and the Sunstroke Project.....more names coming soon


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EurovizCon, The Brighton Centre, 21 & 21 September 2024

Tickets on sale now



The UK's biggest ever Eurovision Convention, EurovizCon, effervesces with excitement as it announces its first star line-up of performers, which includes the UK's most iconic Eurovision winners, The Fizz.  The convention's show-stopping live performance on Saturday 21 September, at the Brighton Centre, also announces other Eurovision stars from across Europe including: Chiara Siracusa, Senhit, Slavko, Bobbysocks, Joe and Jake and the Sunstroke Project - with more Eurovision star names to follow.  EurovizCon bursts open its Eurovision-tastic doors on Friday 20-Saturday 21 September 2024 for a weekend that will be nothing short of Euro-phoric!!!


Stepping back to 1981, when bubbly pop band, Bucks Fizz whizzed to a Eurovision win with their skirt-ripping, cork-popping song ‘Making Your Mind Up', and the excitement of that moment will be relived at EurovizCon 2024, as  Cheryl, Jay and Mike step back on stage as The Fizz  to recreate that Euro-winning moment.


"Winning Eurovision back in '81 has to be the biggest moment of our lives," smiles Jay Aston, "To bring that win home to celebrate with the whole of the nation, was such a proud moment for us.  So to come back to Brighton, the place where ABBA won Eurovision with their iconic ‘Waterloo', well it's going to be a performance that we'll never forget.  Fizz fans and Eurovision lovers, you won't want to miss this one, The Fizz will be popping the celebrations into full swing - come and relive that winning ‘Making Your Mind Up' moment with us all over again.  It's literally going to be pure joy!"


This brand new two-day event, will be the biggest ever of its kind, fusing the history of Eurvisions past with the utter immersive interactive joy of plunging fans into the experience first-hand.   Eurovision fans can expect a two day festival of Eurovision celebrations including:

-         All-star Eurovision live concert

-         the history of Eurovision

-         memorabilia

-         guest speakers

-         Q&As & quizzes

-         karaoke

-         EuroDisco and more!


Culminating in a spectacular concert on Saturday night, featuring Eurovision legends including The Fizz, this inaugural convention in the seaside town of Brighton, is a must for all Eurovision fans across the globe and in Space - man!


Join EurovizCon as we bring the global community together to indulge in the evolution of Eurovision through the decades, from the 1950s to the competition as we know it today. Run, walk or Fly on the Wings of Love to Brighton in September 2024 for this celebration and together will we Rise Like a Pheonix overcome with Euphoria. Don't waste time making your mind up, sing up for tickets for a boom bang a bang of a weekend!

EurovizCon, The Brighton Centre, 21 & 21 September 2024

Tickets on sale now

Eurovision:This iconic music competition was born in the 1950s, with a mission to unite nations across Europe, using the power of music. Created by Swiss author and director of the European Broadcasting Union, Marcel Bezençon, the Eurovision Song Contest was first broadcast in 1956. Originally inspired by the Sanremo Music Festival in Italy, Eurovision was one of the first televised shows to be broadcast to an international audience. The contest was mostly broadcast over radio in its first year, but was also watched by a handful of European viewers on their small black and white screens. Now, over 65 years and 1,600 songs later, Eurovision is the longest-running international televised music contest of all time.