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Eurovision winner Nemo announces European tour

13 June 2024 at 11:50 CEST
Nemo from Switzerland in the Eurovision Song Contest 2024 official portrait studio Corinne Cumming / EBU
The 'Break The Code' tour will start 16 March in 2025, and is currently scheduled to run until 19 April.

Europe voted for them en masse, now the winner of the 68th Eurovision Song Contest Nemo is repaying the favour by heading out across the continent to say hi to their hoards of new fans. 

Nemo has announced a 24-date tour of Europe that will commence in the spring of 2025. The tour currently takes in 17 countries - Germany, Italy, Spain, France, Ireland, the United Kingdom, Belgium, the Netherlands, Denmark, Sweden, Finland, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Czechia and Austria. 

On their Instagram, Nemo stated that they are still working on adding new dates and countries, with Greece and Ukraine currently being looked into.

Tickets for the dates of the tour already announced will go on sale at 11:00 CEST on Friday 14 June via Live Nation.

Nemo rehearsing The Code for Switzerland at the First Rehearsal of the Second Semi-Final at Malmö Arena Corinne Cumming / EBU

The announcement of the Break The Code tour comes just over a month after Nemo gave Switzerland a third victory at the Eurovision Song Contest with The Code. Switzerland topped the Grand Final vote with 591 points.

Since then, the Eurovision winning song has enjoyed chart success across Europe. And on the date of the Break The Code tour being announced (12 June), The Code is still garnering over half a million streams daily on Spotify alone, with the 50 million streaming milestone having been reached earlier in the same week.

Long before the tour kicks off, however, Nemo has a very important date in their diary to attend to first - their official homecoming celebration!

On Monday 17 June at 19:00 CEST, Nemo's home city of Biel is hosting a welcome home party for the Eurovision winner at Burgplatz square in Biel's old town.

It's a free-to-attend event, which will include a question-and-answer session with Nemo, tributes by the Mayor of Biel and the President of the Grand Council, plus a contribution from Biel Music School - where Nemo previously attended, making some of their first steps on the musical journey that led to their Eurovision Song Contest win.

Nemo isn't the only artist of Malmö 2024 to have announced a tour in recent weeks. Since the 68th Eurovision Song Contest took place, plenty more of its artists have announced dates and destinations for us to go see them do their respective things live. 

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.

Here's your guide to where you can catch them all.

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