The Ukrainian music band TVORCHI, representing the country at the annual Eurovision song contest, arrived in Liverpool, UK, on Wednesday, May 3.

On the evening of May 1, the musicians departed from Kyiv ol by train "Kyiv-Chelm," according to Ukrzaliznytsya.


The contest's grand final will take place at the Liverpool Arena on May 13, with the semi-finals being held on May 9 and 11.

 TVORCHI's song "Heart of Steel" will be performed in the grand final. Other Ukrainian Eurovision stars will join them on stage, including Kalush Orchestra, Go_A, Jamala, Tina Karol, and Verka Serduchka.

 TVORCHI, a Ukrainian musical group formed in 2018 by sound producer Andrey Gutsulyak and vocalist Jeffrey Kenny, has been selected to represent Ukraine at the 67th Eurovision Song Contest in Liverpool. The group has already released four studio albums and nine singles, performing songs in Ukrainian and English.


 The group has also received recognition for their work outside of Eurovision, winning the Yuna award in May 2021 for "Best Pop Band," "Best Album," and "Best Electronic Hit," as well as two more awards in 2022 for "Best Concert show" and "Best Song in another language" ("Falling").

 The contest organisers have presented the multi-layered heart in blue, yellow, pink, and purple colors as the main logo and slogan for the current show.

 Last week, on April 27, King Charles III of Great Britain and his wife, Queen Consort Camilla, officially opened the competition stage at the M&S Bank Arena, where the event will be held. They also met with the show hosts, including the Ukrainian singer and frontwoman of the group "The Hardkiss" Yulia Sanina.

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