Having hosted the official Eurovision Handover Ceremony and Draw live on BBC 2 back in January, St George’s Hall will now be presenting visitors with a variety of events that will celebrate the world’s largest and most popular music television event, all within the grandeur of our Grade I listed building.
Whether you’re a local resident or a visitor, a Eurovision fanatic or a music history buff, or you just love a good old party, this extravaganza is for you.
Immerse yourself in a musical history like no other as knowledgeable guides lead you on an exploration of Liverpool, from being recognised by Guinness World Records as the ‘World Capital of Pop’ to hosting this year’s Eurovision Song Contest on behalf of our brothers and sisters in Ukraine.
Or maybe you would prefer to indulge yourself in another nod to our city’s unique musical heritage, when Organist, Lee Ward, will serenade visitors with Eurovision Classics on the grand Willis Organ of our Great Hall.
Perhaps even a mixture of musical history and party vibes is more your scene? If so, a tribute night to Eurovision 1974 winners and all-round music legends ABBA will be more to your taste.
If all that isn’t enough, there will be two live Eurovision screenings, in partnership with the LCR Pride Foundation and ASG Audio Visual, the first of which will be the 2nd Semi-Final featuring Sonic Yootha and Brenda LaBeau, and the second, of course, being the main event itself: The Eurovision Song Contest 2023 Grand Final (Acts TBA).