Skip to main content

Live and loud: Eurovision 2024 artists head out on tour

06 June 2024 at 11:00 CEST
Baby Lasagna rehearsing Rim Tim Tagi Dim for Croatia at the Second Rehearsal of the First Semi-Final at Malmö Arena Sarah Louise Bennett / EBU
The artists of the 68th Eurovision Song Contest are heading out on tours at home, across Europe, and even beyond in some cases. Read on to see if they're coming to a town near you.

You've already witnessed three minutes of what they were capable of on the Malmö Arena stage. Now imagine the joy to be had from seeing a full set by your new faves. Well, they're making it a reality.

The artists of the 68th Eurovision Song Contest have rested, recuperated and are reinvigorated from their two weeks in Malmö. Now, they're ready to get back out there and demonstrate to crowds the full scope of what they can get up to when they step out onto their second home - the stage.

From stadiums to clubs, and from festivals appearances to arena tours, there's something for every kind of evening's entertainment. And from Quebec to Kyiv, and from Miami to Madrid, it's happening all over the place, too.

Clear your diaries, locate your passports and set some cents aside for the merch stands - now's your chance to experience your freshest finds live and loud. 

Update on 13 June: Eurovision Song Contest 2024 winner Nemo has announced a 24-date tour of Europe commencing in March 2025.

Baby Lasagna topped the televote at the Grand Final in May. Now, the Croatian sensation is making moves to go out and greet his adoring public. The Rim Tim Tagi Dim rocker has announced a tour that currently includes Poland, Slovenia, Austria, Spain and Italy, with more dates promised soon.

Some of his shows in Croatia sold out on the first day of going on sale. Homecoming King behaviour, truly.

And speaking of royalty, another Monarch of Malmö - Bambie Thug - has announced an extensive tour of Europe. The Crown The Witch tour kicks off in Brighton in August, before finishing in November in the Emerald Isle artist's home city of Cork. 

In an attempt to alleviate la noia, Italy's Angelina Mango has booked a European tour that is so far set to take in Belgium, France, Germany, Spain and the United Kingdom. The Sanremo winner will also be popping up all over her native Italy to promote her new music - all dates and destinations here

LADANIVA gave Armenia a Top 10 finish at the Grand Final in May, and now the duo have got live shows aplenty coming up this summer. The majority of dates announced so far are in France, where one half of the double act - Louis - hails from. The popular pair have also pencilled in dates in Belgium, Germany, Romania and the United Kingdom, with more shows promised to come. 

Ukraine's double act of divas - alyona alyona & Jerry Heil - have each announced a slew of live shows throughout the rest of the year. 

Jerry Heil has got a 12-date solo tour of Ukraine scheduled in, while alyona alyona will head to the three Baltic nations this month, followed by festival appearances back home with her Teresa & Maria duet partner.

Another duo that are hitting the road following a Top 10 finish in Malmö are Marcus & Martinus, who represented Sweden.

The Norwegian twins' We Are Not The Same tour will no doubt be an Unforgettable experience for all in attendance, with dates happening across Europe from June 2024 to March 2025. That rules out a third consecutive participation in Melodifestivalen for the boys, then! 

Everyone's new 'amour', Slimane is going global! As well as an extensive tour of France, the singer has also got a European tour booked for early 2025, followed by dates in both the US and Canada. 

If, like a lot of Europe, you found yourself enchanted by Grito, then you'll most definitely want to soak up some more of iolanda's musical magic up-close and personal. The Portuguese artist has announced a string of shows announced for the coming months, with more gigs expected to be revealed soon.

ISAAK has every intention to be 'Always On The Road' this summer, following his appearance at the Eurovision Song Contest 2024, representing Germany. 

Throughout the rest of the summer, the singer has got festival appearances booked in, where fans old and new can come along to experience those vote-earning vocals in full force. 

TALI ensured that Luxembourg enjoyed a welcome return to the Eurovision Song Contest in 2024, with her song Fighter placing the Grand Duchy on the left-hand side of the scoreboard in what was their first Contest in over three decades. 

No doubt plenty of Luxembourgers will be turning out to see TALI as she's announced a few shows throughout the summer, with more to be pencilled in soon. 

The people of Finland will be logging on to lots of Windows95man this summer, as the enigmatic entertainer heads out on a whole host of festival appearances in the coming weeks.

Vocalist Henri will be performing alongside him for the majority of gigs. And while it's unclear whether or not the denim egg will be making an appearance, you can prepare yourself to potentially catch an eye-full of something or other via those denim shorts... 

Not content with a mere concert, Spain's Nebulossa are turning their homecoming gig into a fully-fledged festival!

Titled (what else?...) ZORRA FEST, it will see the pair perform at the bull ring in their hometown of Ondara on the Spanish Costa Blanca. And fittingly, given it's just up the road from Benidorm, it will see the synthpop duo joined by some Benidorm Fest faves - Varry Brava, Sofia Coll, AlmĂĄcor and Sharonne. 

Raiven: "Are you coming to see me on Part 1 of my fabulous Sirene tour?"

Us: "We rum de dum dum da we will, Raiven!"

GĂ„te go Europe-wide following their Grand Final performance for Norway in Malmö. 

The critically-acclaimed band will be spreading their folk fables all over the continent, taking in Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Italy, France, Ireland, the United Kingdom, the Netherlands and Poland. The tour takes place all through December. 

Remaining booked, busy and blessed since her time in Malmö, Czechia's Aiko has announced a huge tour of Europe.

Suitably titled the Aikonic tour, it is currently taking in 17 cities across the continent, with more dates to be announced soon. The Czech chanteuse has also teased that special guests will be invited along to some dates...

All dates above are of course subject to change, and even more artists are likely to announce even more shows in the near future. 

To keep right up to date with all of the 2024 artists, their social media profiles can be found on their Participant Profiles.

 

You can listen to all 37 songs of Eurovision 2024 via your favourite streaming service or watch the music videos on our YouTube channel.

The Eurovision Song Contest will take place in Malmö, Sweden on Tuesday 7 May (First Semi-Final), Thursday 9 May (Second Semi-Final) and Saturday 11 May (Grand Final) 2024.

Don't forget to download our app (for iOSAndroid), sign up to the official Eurovision Song Contest newsletter, and subscribe to the official podcast!