Nebulossa and Megara will perform back-to-back at Eurovision 2024: performance order in the semi-finals

Second semi-final Eurovision 2024 Spanish music will have a great presence. This Tuesday, the EBU announced the order of performances for the semi-finals of the next edition of the music competition. An important paradox regarding Nebulossa and Megara.

‘Zorra’ artists and the Spanish group representing San Marino with ’11:11′ will perform back to back at the second elimination gala to be held at Malmö Arena next Thursday, May 9th.

To be more precise, Nebulossa will be the guest before Megara defends San Marino in the number 10 position. We’re very close to the halfway point of the premiere. ‘The Big5 (Germany, United Kingdom, Spain, France and Italy) and the host Sweden will also take part in the semi-finals and this is a historic bet for the participants.

Malta will take the responsibility of breaking the ice with Sarah Bonnici’s performance of ‘Loop’ in this second semi-final, while Joost Klein, one of the big favorites to win, will close the race with the song ‘Europapa’.

Regarding the first semi-final to be held on Tuesday, May 7, Cyprus will open the festival with Silia Kapsis Returning to the festival with her performance called ‘Liar’, Luxembourg, returning to the festival after more than 30 years, will close the gala with Tali and her song ‘Fighter’.

Source: Informacion

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