This is the ESC-flagged Viking ship in the opening sequence on the River Liffey.
With a fire spectacle the hosts Cynthia & Gerry entered the arena.
The hosts 1994 - Cyhnthia Ni Mhurchu and Gerry Ryan
Cynthia Ni Mhurchu – one of the hosts 1994 – relaxing in front of the Point Theatre.
The RTE concert orchestra with the chief conductor Noel Kelehan (+) and the violinist Fionnuala Sherry, who won with Secret Garden in the same theatre one year later.
The Cypriot singer Evridiki over the roofs of Dublin.
Evridiki came 11th with the traditional song “Ime Anthropos Ke Ego”.
The Spanish singer Alejandro Abad with “Ella no es Ella” came 18th.
The first Russian ESC singer Youddiph with “Vechni Stranik” achieved the 9th place.
The Finnish duo CatCat enjoyed their stage performance with “Bye Bye Baby” (22nd rank).
The third victory in a row for Ireland: Paul Harrington and Charlie McGettigan with “Rock 'n' Roll Kids”.
Linda Martin was the special guest, as she won the contest for Ireland in 1992 with “Why me”.
The Irish winner from 1993 who won on home ground with “In your Eyes”: Niamh Kavanagh.
The Point Theatre Dublin just one hour before live transmission 1994.
The world premiere of Riverdance at the 1994 ESC with Jean Butler and Michael Flatley.
The German trio Mekado on their way to the top 3 ranking!
Dorkas from the German group Mekado came 3rd with „Wir geben ne Party”.
Sigga and Stefan Hilmarsson (composer) from Iceland came 12th with “Nætur”.
The French singer Nina Morato made the 7th place with the extraordinary song "Je suis un vrais garcon"