Watch Bissen transform to give Eurovision Song Contest fans an unforgettable experience on 21 April! The 2024 Eurovision Song Contest might feature the Grand Duchy!

The Eurovision Song Contest will be in full swing again from 9 to 13 of May, and the OGAE (Organisation Générale des Amateurs de l'Eurovision) representation in Luxembourg teamed up with Bissen, under the patronage of the European Commission, to give you an exclusive preview night of the selected songs.

All the participating songs are officially out and now's your chance to bring your family, friends, or force your reluctant significant other to join other Eurovision enthusiasts for an evening full of rating and judging all of the songs! Sip on some crémant, have a bite to eat and enjoy a sassy night filled with thorough musical analysis and debates. The best part? It's  all for a good cause!

All the proceeds from food and drinks sales will go to benefit LUkraine asbl, a non-profit organisation that launched in October 2022 and raises money to buy fully equipped life-saving vehicles for Ukraine. Inna Yaremento and Olena Klopota from LUkraine were on the Sam Steen Show back in December to talk about their fundraising campaign and their cause. You can listen back to their interview here.


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The event will take place on 21 April at 7pm, at the Hal Frounert in Bissen. Entry is free so no excuses!

The night will start off with a short speech by European Commission representative in Luxembourg, Anne Calteux, and will include other guest like Ricardo Vieira and Marion Welter, who represented Luxembourg at the Eurovision Song Contest in 1992.

Ever wondered if Luxembourg could be a part of the song contest again? Have a quick read below! 
Read: The 2024 Eurovision Song Contest might feature the Grand Duchy

This year, Sweden's representative Loreen is said to be a strong contender. Some of you might be familiar with her original entry "Euphoria", which won the competition back in 2012.