The main stage line-ups for the official Eurovision Village have been revealed and it’s going to be nine blockbuster days!

Around 100 acts – from pop royalty to future stars, community groups to children’s favourites– will take the stage across nine days, alongside a stellar line up of DJs.

From the 5 – 12 May, Liverpool’s Eurovision Village fan zone is free and non-ticketed with each day having a different feel.

The opening night on 5 May is all about the Uniting Power of Music, and will see Kalush Orchestra perform before the incredible Welcome to Eurotopia supergroup who today announce that Alex Moore of The Lathums has joined a line up already bursting with talent.

The Royalty Ball on the 6 May will follow onto stage after a set from Scissor Sisters’ Jake Shears, which is set to be an epic way to kick off Saturday night.

Sunday 7 is one for the families, as kids favourites Bluey, Hey Duggee, Andy and the Odd Socks, Blue Peter and UK Junior Eurovision entry Freya Skye take over.

Bank Holiday Monday (8 May) sees the best of Ukraine – Antytila, Go_A, alyona alyona and Jerry Heil perform, before the English National Opera does Eurovision makes Tuesday 9 a day for anyone who needs a dose of sheer joy in their day!

Wednesday 10 is for the musos as The Lightning Seeds, Girls Don’t Sync, Miles Kane and Michael Aldag perform as part of the United by Music Tour takeover, before Thursday 11 sees an extraordinary musical moment as Jamala performs her new album Qirim in a world premiere with the BBC Philharmonic Orchestra.

Friday 12 is the perfect warm up to the years’ biggest party as Fleur East joins the all-female line up of Sophie Ellis Bextor and Charlotte Church’s Late Night Pop Dungeon.

Alongside these acts, the main stage will also welcome 20 of the performers who will be competing in the Eurovision Song Contest 2023 across the week, giving fans a chance to see many of the hopefuls live for the first time as well as a stellar line up of DJ’s curated by Melodic Distraction.

The Grand Final Party on the Pier Head on 13 May has already sold out, and lucky ticket holders will enjoy the build up to the main show, with Claire Richards (from Steps), Jedward’s Epic Eurovision Singalong, The Venga Boys, Katrina from Katrina and the Waves, Brooke and Eurovision Super Fan and darling of the dancefloor Motsi Mabuse who will be compering the evening!

Full listings can be found on our dedicated Eurovision Village page and stage timings will be published the day before each show.

Apart from the sold out Grand Final screening on the 13 May, the Eurovision Village fan zone is free and non-ticketed.

Please be aware that should the village reach capacity we will operate a one-in-one-out system.

A full list of FAQs will advise visitors what they can and can’t bring on site, information about food and drink and a note on seating.

The full line-up for each day is below!

Friday 5 May – Welcome to Eurotopia

Doors open 5.30pm

Welcome to Eurotopia featuring;

Stealing Sheep

Natalie McCool

Alex from The Lathums

Andy McCluskey (OMD)

Red Rum Club

Kalush Orchestra

Gemma Cairney DJ set


Niix, Maund and Binary


Saturday 6 May – A Royally Good Party

Doors open 10.30am

Royalty Ball by House of Suarez

Jake Shears

Voyager – Australia’s Eurovision Song Contest 2023 entry

Lambrou – Cyprus’s Eurovision Song Contest 2023 entry

The Busker – Malta’s Eurovision Song Contest 2023 entry

Remo Forrer – Switzerland’s Eurovision Song Contest 2023 entry

Mimicat – Portugal’s Eurovision Song Contest 2023 entry

Laura Jackson

DJ Sweet Spot

Will Tramp (Homoelectric)

Stage Host – Ngunan Adamu (host of the official BBC podcast EurovisionCast)

The Village will be open from 10.30am to screen the coronation of King Charles III


Sunday 7 May – Firstival

Doors open midday

House Gospel Choir

Hey Duggee Live Show

Bluey Live Show

Andy and The Odd Socks

Blue Peter

Freya Skye


LIMF Academy presents;

Ni Maxine


Mic Lowry

Chris E and Laura Weaver


Stage Host – Lizzie Acker


Monday 8 May – This is Ukraine

Doors open midday




Jerry Heil

alyona alyona

BBC Introducing presents;


KOF & Friends


The Crawlers


Raw Silk

Stage Host – Masha Vynogradova


Tuesday 9 May – Night At The Opera

Doors open midday

English National Opera does Eurovision feat Ruslana, Sonia and Russell Watson


Gustaph – Belgium’s Eurovision Song Contest 2023 entry

Victor Vernicos – Greece’s Eurovision Song Contest 2023 entry

Joker Out – Solvenia’s Eurovision Song Contest 2023 entry

Hope Street Musical Choir

Natasha Kitty Kat

DJ Fairhurst

Josh Aitman and Snoodman Deejay

Stage Host – Jay Hynd

First Semi Final screening


Wednesday 10 May – United By Music

Doors open midday

The National Lottery United by Music Tour presents;

Girls Don’t Sync

The Lightning Seeds

Miles Kane

Michael Aldag

Marco Mengoni – Italy’s Eurovision Song Contest 2023 entry

Kaarija – Finland’s Eurovision Song Contest 2023 entry

Allesandra – Norway’s Eurovision Song Contest 2023 entry

TuranturalX ft Eldar Gasimov – Azerbaijan’s Eurovision Song Contest 2023 entry

100 Voice United Choir

Liverpool Unity Choir


Piping Hot Disco

Stage Host – Dave Monks (BBC Introducing)


Thursday 11 May – Jamala Presents Qirim

Doors open midday

Jamala presents QIRIM with the BBC Philharmonic Orchestra


Luke Black – Serbia’s Eurovision Song Contest 2023 entry

Let 3 – Croatia’s Eurovision Song Contest 2023 entry

Hope SEN Project

Neurodiversity Choir

Hope Uni Big Band

Yvonne (Dig Vinyl)

Backyard Balearic

Dharma Collective

Semi Final 2 screening


Friday 12 May – EuroEve

Doors open midday

Charlotte Church’s Late Night Pop Dungeon

Sophie Ellis Bextor

Fleur East

Tik Tok Take Over

Sonic Yootha


Alien Izz

Danny Beard

LIMF Academy presents



Lazy Girl

Spiltmilk Society

Jade Burns (DJ)


Saturday 13 May – Grand Final Party on the Pier Head – ticketed.

Doors open 2pm

Claire Richards (Steps)


Katrina of Katrina and the Waves

Jedward’s Epic Eurovision Singalong



Danielle Moore

Stage Host – Motsi Mabuse

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