With three widely diverse performers such as Bettan, Alexander Rybak and Didrik Solli-Tangen on stage, something for practically every taste is almost guaranteed. The three artists combine their styles and talent to bring concertgoers a unique experience in July.
Sunčane Skale is one of the most popular music festivals in the Balkan region and the final will be held tonight with some former Eurovision artists among the participants. It will take place for the 18th time on the main square of Herceg Novi in Montenegro.
One time winner and former Norwegian Eurovision entrant Hanne Krogh appears to have a busy summer ahead, with performances pencilled in every evening from the 4th through to the 7th of July in the southern Norwegian town of Larvik.
Norwegian broadcaster NRK are apparently eager to put the disappointment of Tooji's result with Stay at this year's Eurovision Song Contest behindf them and choose instead to look to the future as they opened today for submissions to find Tooji's successor in the national selection Melodi Grand Prix 2013
Wig Wam frontman and vocalist supreme Åge Sten Nilsen (Glam) has enjoyed immense success in Norway with his adaptation of the popular West End musical We Will Rock You. So much so, that the flamboyant artist is setting his sights even higher and aiming to take his show overseas.
Never one to be kept down, the bubbly and optimistic Tooji has licked his wounds from the last place at this year's Eurovision Song Contest and is ready to release his newest single, a tribute to his mum.
A steaming hot video to the song Imagine has just been released. The song is a duet between Swedish Eric Saade and Norwegian Tone Damli. The video is so hot that rumours about them sharing more than just their musicality has been floading in both countries. The couple denies it all though.
Veteran rocker Jahn Teigen is one of the most prolific norwegian Eurovision entrants with three entries to his name and a career spanning over thirty years. His contribution to the domestic music scene was celebrated with the opening of an exhitbition at Rockheim (the Norwegian rock and roll hall of fame) on Wednesday evening.
The boys behind one of the most memorable interval acts of recent years, Glow, from the 2010 Eurovision Song Contest in Oslo are back and this time they've come up with a partnership that looked nigh on impossible a mere five months ago.