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Luke Black To Go Back To Back With The Busker

August 24, 2023


Luke Black returns to London for Round 2: But this time he's not alone...

Following a sensational response to the first part of his tour, it has been announced that Luke Black will return to the United Kingdom’s capital city of London for a second time to perform live. Luke won the heart’s of viewers back in Liverpool at this year’s Eurovision Song Contest with his song “Samo Mi Se Spava”. Representing Serbia, he qualified his nation to the Grand Final, earning Serbia their 11th Grand Final qualification since their first appearance in 2007.

Even though Serbia finished in 24th Place at the this year’s contest scoring 30 points overall, Luke Black (like many Eurovision artists) has gone onto incredible accolades following this result. On the 3rd July 2023, Luke performed to a sold out crowd at The Lower Third venue in London. The Serbian star hosted his debut show “Sleep Forever: Round 1” in style winning his fan’s hearts once more. 

Two months later, the success of this first show has led to the singer announcing a second tour date at the very same venue which will be held on the 13th September 2023. To his fan’s delight, Luke Black has also announced he will be joined by The Busker. The Busker also participated at this year’s Eurovision Song Contest in May representing Malta, but sadly did not advance past the First Semi-Final.

Luke Black’s upcoming tour date “Sleep Forever: Round 2” is set to be a sell out show again as the Serbian & Maltese singers prepare to give their best performances once more to a packed crowd. 

This is one of many tours across Europe, where Eurovision artists have joined the friends they have made with other countries during the contest for future shows, showing just how valuable an experience it can be taking part in the Eurovision Song Contest. Tickets for Luke’s upcoming show can be purchased through the below link on DICE:

Are you excited for Luke Black’s second tour date? Will you be attending “Sleep Forever: Round 2”? Which other Eurovision entries do you think should join forces for a tour? Let us know in the comments below!

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