Graham Norton and Eurovision 2013 presenter in Sweden, Petra Mede host a special concert to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the Eurovision Song Contest.

London’s Eventim Apollo Hammersmith was the venue for this official anniversary event, which featured some of the contest’s most iconic songs performed by their original artists, including Brotherhood of Man, Johnny Logan, Dana International, Lordi and reigning winner Conchita. Arguably the contest’s most iconic interval act, Riverdance make an appearance too. Other winners amongst the 15 performers from 13 countries include Nicole, Loreen, Herreys, Dima Bilan, the Olsen Brothers, Anne-Marie David, Bobbysocks and Emmelie de Forest.
Rosa Lopez performs a medley of some of Spain’s best Eurovision entries, while Natasha St-Pier represents France with one of the country’s biggest Eurovision hits, Je N’ai Que Mon Ame.

So grab some popcorn or snack and watch this Eurovision 2015 Greatest Hits here!

What’s next then?

This year, Eurovision is made from Vienna in Austria. It will be a party week that will turn Vienna upside down. It will also be the first Eurovision contest with Australia participating.

There are as always for years now, 3 shows during the week. The Semi-Final 1 will be held on 19th of May, while Semi-Final 2 will be held on 21st of May. The final of Eurovision itself will be held on 23rd of May.

Eurovision keeps Europe in peace and party and this year its the 60th Eurovision show.