‘Best Of Eurovision’ Ireland’s Winners will see Eurovision stars Johnny Logan, Linda Martin, Dana, Niamh Kavanagh, Paul Harrington and Charlie McGettigan perform all your favourite Eurovision hits together for the first time ever in a once in a lifetime tour this October.
‘Best Of Eurovision’ Ireland’s Winners will bring the audience on a tour down Eurovision memory lane telling Ireland’s Eurovision Story with a stunning audio and visual display featuring the most iconic moments in Ireland’s Eurovision history. The Eurovision holds a very special place in the hearts and lives of people all across Ireland and ‘Best Of Eurovision’ Ireland’s Winners is your chance to relive those great moments and be a part of this magical and memorable night. The tour will visit Cork Opera House on October 22nd with a stunning stage production, spectacular lighting and effects together with a live 8 piece band.
According to the Independent today Jedward have the second most downloaded song from this years Eurovision, second only to the glorious Loreen from Sweden – Yay!!!
JEDWARD’s Eurovision hopes have received a major boost after song Waterline charted in several European countries’ charts – well over a month before the competition.
It is highly unusual for a Eurovision entry to achieve international chart success before the competition, yet the Lucan twins have managed to achieve the feat.
The song has made it into the download charts in Sweden at 17, Latvia at 5 and even gone to number 1 in the Estonian download charts.
The achievement comes as a huge boost to the twin’s Eurovision efforts, proving the European fan base they gained last year has remained loyal since the competition.
There is only one other competing song to achieve more international chart success than the boys – Sweden’s entry ‘Euphoria’ by singer Loreen.
The Swedish entry has topped the charts in Norway and Finland, and has even charted as far away as Spain and Greece. The Swedish dance track is currently bookies favourite to take the prize in Baku.
As well as proving the bookies’ favourite, Sweden has proved the favourite with the public across Europe – over a quarter of this year’s Eurovision songs are Swedish penned, including Jedward’s.