Tonight: See Lighthouse X in special intimate live streamed show

Make sure to be online at 8 pm (CET) tonight. Lighthouse X will host an intimate show which will be broadcast live on the internet. During the show they band will play their most popular songs and answer questions from the audience. 

As you might have noticed the band representing Denmark at this year’s Eurovision Song Contest haven’t been to any of the preview concerts held this month. That is due to the band being busy with other commitments. To make up for that, an intimate show will be held tonight – and as it is live streamed online anyone will be able to attend.

Tonight at 8 pm (CET) the band will play some of their most popular songs as well as being available to answer questions. It will take place online and anyone who register will be able to enjoy it.

We are really looking forward to trying out this format, as it is both very intimate and far-reaching all at once. 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.

Søren Bregendal, member of Lighthouse X

We invite you to test your knowledge about Lighthouse X in the quiz below. Don’t forget to brag about the result if you did well.

Do you know what the X in Lighthouse X stands for? Answer that and other questions in this short quiz to test your knowledge.

Lighthouse X

To refresh your memory of which song it is Lighthouse X will represent Denmark with, you can listen to it in the video which is their performance from the Danish final.

Source: Press release from Have Communications

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