Sat 11 May 2019 | 11:00 pm - 11:30 pm
Hangar 11 - יורדי הסירה 1, Tel Aviv,
Are You Ready for the Biggest and Most Glamorous EUROCLUB EVER?!
KAN & EBU are proud to introduce this years’ addition: the EUROCLUB – the main and official party venue for 2019 Eurovision in Tel Aviv.
The EUROCLUB is located in the heart of Tel Aviv port by the beach in Hangar 11 club, one of the biggest, most popular and most advanced clubs in Israel.
The EUROCLUB events are spread over 8 nights from May 11th until 18th, and will include special theme parties, surprising live shows, screenings of the Semi-Finals and Grand Final and more. Every night, local DJs and DJs from all over Europe will be playing legendary Eurovision music.
Eurovision winners and well-known Eurovision artists from Europe and Israel will be performing live; special surprises will be filling the club with Eurovision atmosphere, to include bars, food trucks and many more.
Free entrance for D, P & F accreditation holders
Bracelets are available for sale on https://www.eventer.co.il/euroclub for 600 ILS each, and include daily entrance for 8 (!) parties from May 11th until May 18th.
* 1,000 bracelets for OGAE members available on a discounted price of 500 ILS.
May 11th – 23:00 – 04:00
May 12th – May 17th – 21:30 – 04:00
May 18th – 21:30 – 06:00
On May 11th, the EUROCLUB will be hosting the Official Nordic Party, including a DJ that will play Scandinavian Eurovision music from all times, live shows of this year’s artists from Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Iceland, Norway, Sweden and others.
On May 12th, the EUROCLUB will be hosting the Official After Party of the Orange Carpet.
On May 18th, the EUROCLUB will be hosting the Official After Party of the 2019 Eurovision Song contest.
First list of the performing artists:
Emmelie De Forrest (Denmark 2013 – Eurovision Winner)
Linda Martin (Ireland 1992 – Eurovision Winner)
Christer Bjorkman (Sweden 1992)
Chiara (Malta 1998, 2005, 2009)
Elpida (Greece 1979, Cyprus 1986)
Sunstroke Project (Moldova 2010, 2017)
Timebelle (Switzerland 2017)
Anna Sahlene (Estonia 2002)
Shiri Maimon (2005)
Harel Skaat (2010)
Dafna Dekel (1992)