On April 25th at 8pm, Lighthouse X will deliver a special and intimate show. It will be live-streamed online, making it possible for everyone to attend the show in the comfort of their own home – completely free. During the show, the audience can ask the Danish representatives of the Eurovision Song Contest questions, which they will answer live.
In May, Stockholm will host the Eurovision Song Contest, and the Danish representatives are called Søren Bregendal, Johannes Nymark and Martin Skriver – also known as Lighthouse X. They are representing Denmark with their uplifiting pop hit, "Soldiers of Love".
Before Lighthouse X travel to Sweden and participate in the grand show, they are inviting everyone to join them for a quite different performance – an intimate concert. And it will not be the regular kind of intimate show, as it will be live-streamed, allowing everyone to attend the concert in the comfort of their own home – completely free.
An interactive experience for the audience
The show takes place on April 25th at 8pm, and fans of the band can look forward to experiencing the band play their most popular songs in the very special setting. The concert can be experienced through this link here – please note that registration is required to gain access. It will also be an interactive experience for the audience, as they can ask Søren, Johannes and Martin questions during the show, which they will answer lively. The Lighthouse X members will also share both fun and moving stories.
Back to basics before the trip to Stockholm
“We are really looking forward to trying out this format, as it is both very intimate and far-reaching all at once,” Søren Bregendal explains and continues:
“It will be an exciting and challenging contrast to the big Eurovision performance, which we are also busy preparing for. It will be a back to basics performance, and I think that’s healthy for us. And regardless of the format, our mission always stays the same – to make a positive change through music, because we have an honest belief that music can unite people in a way that no other ways of communication can.”
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