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Duncan Laurence is already on tour and has included Spain among his upcoming dates. The new winner of the 2019 Eurovision Festival will visit our country next November with two dates in Barcelona and Madrid. The Dutch singer, Duncan Laurence, will present “Arcade” and the rest of his songs in the Razzmatazz hall in Barcelona on November 18. A day later he will perform in Madrid, in the Moby Dick Club room. Tickets can be purchased from June 18 at 10:00 on Doctormusic.com and Entradas.com. Tickets will cost from 18 euros.
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Getty Kaspers, who had won with Teach In 44 years ago and Ding-a-Dong singing the win in the Netherlands, told RTL Boulevard shared her thoughts on which city she thinks most suitable to host the next Eurovision contest. Getty was the singer of Teach In, who won the 1975 contest in Stockholm, giving her the 4th victory in the country. According to the statements made by Getty Kaspers on RTL Boulevard, the next competition should not take place in Amsterdam but in Rotterdam.
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City of Leeuwarden withdraws from host city bidding race – 8 cities remain in the process
The news that “Soldi” has been certified with the gold record for sales in Spain has just arrived!After the platinum record in Switzerland and the presence in many European rankings, the Spanish certification is the umpteenth satisfaction for Mahmood.
Barcelona Pride 2019 line up announced and will include several Eurostars: Tamta, Eleni Foureira, Soraya, Melody, Maria Cristina, Karina, Chenoa and Ina. In the meantime for Madrid Pride 2019 we have other Eurostars: Soraya, KEiiNO, Azúcar Moreno, Eleni Foureira, Tamta, Luca Hanni and Mikolas Josef
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SPAIN 🇪🇸 Barcelona Pride 2019 line up announced and will include several Eurostars: Tamta, Eleni Foureira, Soraya, Melody, Maria Cristina, Karina, Chenoa and Inna. ———————————————— ➡️ www.oikotimes.com ➡️ www.youtube.com/oikotimescom #eurovision #oikotimes #melfest #umk #DestinationEurovision #eestilaul #eestilaul2019 #srfesc #eurovisiongr #daretodream
In February he won Sanremo, in May he placed second in Eurovision. Now Italy’s Mahmood has accomplished another milestone. The “Soldi” singer had now clocked up over 100 million views for the music video of his Eurovision entry.