This week the Madrid Pride celebrations will be held and Eurovision fans will be able to enjoy the performances from some familiar faces related to the Eurovision Song Contest. The line-up features lots of national final participants and former Eurovision representatives.
Madrid Pride has become one of the most popular celebrations in Spain and every year it brings together nearly two million people in the main streets and squares of the capital city.
The 2015 Madrid Pride will be held between the 1st and the 5th of July in the Spanish capital. The stage in Plaza de Chueca hosted the opening speech today, on Wednesday the 1st of July and a series of outdoor concerts will be held during the week.
This year, a great number of well-known former Eurovision representatives and national finalists (and maybe future representatives as well) are lined up to perform in Plaza de Callao, a place that will offer concerts and other activities for all kind of audiences.
Check out the full schedule below.
Thursday, the 2nd of July:
20:45 – Javi Soleil (one of the members of the boyband D’Nash who represented Spain in 2007)
22:00 – Salva Ortega (finalist to represent Spain in 2009)
Friday, the 3rd of July:
20:30 – Alazán (who participated in the Spanish national selection for Eurovision in 2011)
21:00 – Paco Arrojo (who took part in the Spanish national selection for Eurovision in 2007)
21:30 – Rebeca (who has tried to represent Spain at the Eurovision Song Contest four times, in 2006, 2007, 2009 and 2010 and was one of the lyricists of D’Nash entry I Love You Mi Vida)
Saturday, the 4th of July:
19:50 – Lucía Pérez (2011 Spanish Eurovision representative)
20:10 – Coral Segovia (the runner-up of the Spanish selection 2008 and she was among the candidates in 2010)
20:30 – Jorge González (who participated in the Spanish national selection for Eurovision in 2014)
21:00 – Anabel Conde (1995 Spanish Eurovision representative)
21:30 – Ainhoa Cantalapiedra (who participated at the national selection in 2003 and 2010)
00:00 – Edurne (2015 Spanish Eurovision representative)
Stay tuned on EuroVisionary for upcoming photos and videos from Madrid Pride 2015.