Catch our Eurovision 2022 artists live over the coming months06 June 2022 at 09:00 CEST
From the PalaOlimpico in Turin, to venues all over Europe – the artists we got to know and love at the 2022 Eurovision Song Contest are going out on tour. If you enjoyed what you saw them do on that Eurovision stage, you’re invited to see just what else they can get up to in a live music context. And we’ve got the dates and details for you to do so.
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Remaining in Italy for the time being is Achille Lauro, who has a schedule of shows lined up throughout July in our 2022 host country; as too does one of the artists who represented Italy, BLANCO, in August and September.
Finland’s The Rasmus have treaded many a stage over the past few decades, but in the wake of the success of their Eurovision song Jezebel, they’re about to embark on their very latest tour – no doubt with many new faces in the audience, getting to see the Finnish rockers for the very first time.
Ireland’s Brooke will be bringing her inimitable brand of live performance energy to both Dublin Pride on 25 June, and also to Eurovision-themed club night Eurofest on 22 July, which takes place at The Royal Vauxhall Tavern in London.
After deliveing a memorable live performance while representing Greece, Amanda Tenfjord is set to bring a tour to wider Europe at the start of next year, kicking off in Norway where she’s lived since she was a child.
Bringing Lights Off around the Czech Republic in June, We Are Domi have announced a string of dates this month.
Cornelia Jakobs, too, is taking her Eurovision song Hold Me Closer around her native Sweden, while also debuting new material to her fresh fanbase. She’s doing an extensive tour of the Scandinavian country through June, July and August.
Ochman will be heading out around Poland to remind people precisely why they voted for him to represent them at the 2022 Eurovision Song Contest with River. He’s got ten dates lined up between June and September.
And as well as a Glasgow date in June and two (sold out) London dates in November, the UK’s Sam Ryder has announced a tour of Europe later this year. You’ll need to be quick, however – many of the dates are already going the way of his London shows, and are sold out!
Monika Liu has scheduled her big homecoming gig in Lithuania on 21 July. She’ll perform at the stunning Trakų Pilis; a huge Gothic castle built in the 14th century on an island on Lake Galvė. Nothing that artist does is ever short of being anything but dazzling!
Portugal’s MARO, meanwhile, is taking a series of shows across the Atlantic to North America, where she’ll be peforming ten concerts from the East Coast to the West, and plenty of places in between.
LPS have announced a tour of their native Slovenia throughout June, July, August and September, bringing their adorable Disko to as many lucky people as possible.
Austria’s LUM!X, meanwhile, is one to look out for as his name inevitably gets added to more dance music festivals across Europe and beyond this summer. Two dates that are already in the calendar, however, are both in July – in Germany and Finland.
And in the Netherlands, S10 has got a handful of concerts coming up throughout June, with two recently announced dates to look forward to towards the end of the year, too:
2022 Contest winners Kalush Orchestra have said that they are planning a European tour, the dates for which they will be announcing on their Instagram imminently. As of now, however, they’ve already confirmed that they are headlining the I AM UKRAINE concert in Lithuania’s capital Vilnius on 16 June, plus an eight-date tour of Poland throughout the summer.
Ihor Didenchuk of Kalush Orchestra will have to juggle those dates with a tour he’s also got going on with his other band – the act who represented Ukraine at the 2021 Eurovision Song Contest, Go_A. The folk-ravers are going out on a 2022/23 European tour (which now includes a newly added London date). It kicks off in impressive style with a sought-after slot at the world-famous Glastonbury festival in the UK in June.
Finally, the very first Polish Eurovision Party is set to take place on 16 July. New guest performers are being announced almost daily, and to date, alongside a crop of former Eurovision participants, 2022 Contest artists already confirmed to be taking part at the inaugural event in Warsaw are Rosa Linn (Armenia), Andrea (North Macedonia), Vladana (Montenegro) and Mia Dimšić (Croatia).
To keep up to date with what all of our 2022 Eurovision Song Contest artists are up to, you can check in with them on their social media accounts – the links to which are featured in our Participant Profiles section right here on the Eurovision website.