Newcastle cinema to show Eurovision Grand Final

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Fans of the yearly event are being encouraged to bring a party atmosphere.

A Newcastle cinema is one of many across the country set to show the Eurovision final on the big screen, and fans of the yearly event are being encouraged to bring a party atmosphere.

For one night only, cinemas up and down the UK will come together for the biggest night in the music calendar and the ultimate viewing party on the big screen and in 5.1 surround sound at Newcastle’s Cineworld within The Gate on Newgate Street.

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The epic final will be broadcast live on BBC One and streamed into cinemas across the UK, allowing fans to come together and be ‘united by music’ sharing in the incredible experience of celebrating the biggest music party of the year on the big screen.

Sweden are hosting Eurovision this year in Malmö, following their victory at the 2023 contest with the song Tattoo performed by Loreen. The country has also staged the competition in Malmö in 1992 and 2013, in Stockholm in 1975, 2000 and 2016, and in Gothenburg in 1985.

Tickets for the cinema screenings, presented in over 100 cinemas nationwide, can be bought from songcontestincinemas.com. Fans can bring their usual Eurovision parties from the front room to the cinema, with fancy dress encouraged.

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John Travers of CinemaLive, distributors of the event in cinemas said: “We’re delighted to be working with the BBC to bring Eurovision’s Grand Final live into cinemas across the UK for the second year in a row.

“We want audiences to enjoy themselves, come along in groups, get your fancy dress on, and come together to enjoy this incredible occasion on the big screen!”

Additional viewings are expected to be announced across the city after last year’s event saw music fans enjoy the 2023 event in Newcastle.

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