A list of people who took part in the Eurovision Song Contest in 1973.

The Contest was hosted by Helga Guitton at the Grand Théâtre de Luxembourg in Luxembourg City, Luxembourg.

See national final entries for 1973.

Performers with multiple appearances in 1973

Georges Costa2
Michel Costa2

Artists who had performed at Eurovision before 1973

NamePrevious appearances
Claude Lombard2
Massimo Ranieri1
Cliff Richard1
Joanna Lecomte1
Anny Gerard1
Marion Rung1

Writers who had written Eurovisions songs before 1973

NamePrevious songs
Pierre Delanoë4
Arne Bendiksen3
José Carlos Ary dos Santos2
Rauno Lehtinen1
Giancarlo Bigazzi1
Gaetano Savio1
Enrico Polito1

Artists who performed in 1973

Named artists Named artist Backing artists Backing artist
Belgium   List of performers is complete Baby, Baby
Writer Ignace Baert, Erik Marijsse
Conductor  Francis Bay
Finland   List of performers is complete Tom Tom Tom
Writer Rauno Lehtinen, Bob Barratt
Conductor  Ossi Runne
France Sans Toi
Unidentified   Unidentified   Unidentified   Unidentified  
Writer Paul Koulak, Anne Grégory
Conductor  Jean Claudric
Germany Junger Tag
Unidentified   Unidentified   Unidentified   Unidentified   Unidentified  
Writer Günther-Eric Thöner, Stephan Lego
Conductor  Günther-Eric Thöner Writer
Ireland   List of performers is complete Do I Dream
Writer George F. Crosbie, Jack Brierlev
Conductor  Colman Pearce
Israel   List of performers is complete Ey-sham
Writer Nurit Hirsh, Ehud Manor
Conductor  Nurit Hirsh Writer
Italy   List of performers is complete Chi Sarà Con Te
Writer Enrico Polito, Gaetano Savio, Giancarlo Bigazzi
Conductor  Enrico Polito Writer
Luxembourg Tu Te Reconnaîtras[Winning song]
Unidentified   Unidentified  
Writer Claude Morgan, Vline Buggy
Conductor  Pierre Cao
Monaco Un Train Qui Part
Unidentified   Unidentified   Unidentified  
Writer Bernard Liamis, Boris Bergman
Conductor  Jean-Claude Vannier
Netherlands   List of performers is complete De Oude Muzikant
Writer Pierre Kartner
Conductor  Harry van Hoof
Norway   List of performers is complete It's Just A Game
Writer Arne Bendiksen, Bob Williams
Conductor  Carsten Klouman
Portugal   List of performers is complete Tourada
Writer Fernando Tordo, José Carlos Ary dos Santos
Conductor  Jorge Costa Pinto
Spain   List of performers is complete Eres Tú
Writer Juan Carlos Calderón
Conductor  Juan Carlos Calderón Writer
Sweden   List of performers is complete You're Summer
Writer Carl-Axel Dominique, Monica Dominique, Lars Forssell
Conductor  Monica Dominique Writer
Switzerland Je Me Vais Marier, Marie
Unidentified   Unidentified   Unidentified  
Writer Patrick Juvet, Pierre Delanoë
Conductor  Hervé Roy
United Kingdom   List of performers is complete Power To All Our Friends
Writer Doug Flett, Guy Fletcher
Conductor  David Mackay
Yugoslavia   List of performers is complete Gori Vatra
Writer Kemal Monteno
Conductor  Esad Arnautalić
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