Berlin, Rome, Paris, Stockholm, Amsterdam, London - those were the stopovers on Boggie's flashmob tour of Europe. "In our national selection every participant had to fulfil a promise if they qualified for the finals. My promise was to do a flashmob with my fans and my friends. I invited them to sing along with me in front of St. Stephen's Basilica in Budapest. It was such a touching experience that I wanted to share it with others as well", the Hungarian representative in the 2015 Eurovision Song Contest, explains.
"It is very exciting and great fun to play music on the most beautiful squares of Europe together with my friend Milán Szakonyi who will also stand on stage with me in Vienna, But the flashmobs also have a deeper meaning. While I sing this song, I sing it for and in the name of many of us. To perform it together with strangers and the fact that people are willing to become part of it, is a great symbol of the need for unity and of course for the power of music. I cannot wait to stand on the Eurovision stage in Vienna but until then I want to spread my song and its message as far as I can."
Fans who simply cannot wait to see Boggie in the First Semi-Final of the 2015 Eurovision Song Contest should also check out the Pop Meets Opera show at the Wiener Staatsoper on May 17, where Boggie will share the stage with stars like Conchita Wurst, Plácido Domingo, Juan Diego Flórez and some of her fellow contestants in the 2015 Eurovision Song Contest.
Below you can watch impressions from Berlin. The capital of Germany was one of the locations Boggie chose for her flashmob tour, which led her to places all over Europe. In front of the Brandenburg Gate, some of her most loyal fans gathered and sang along with her 2015 Eurovision Song Contrest entry Wars For Nothing. Curious what was going on, and inspired by the beautiful music, several passers-by joined in.