A party is to be held to celebrate a Welsh singer making it through to the Eurovision finals.
21-year-old, Joe Woolford, from Ruthin will perform alongside singing partner Jake Shakeshaft in Stockholm later tonight.
The pair were chosen to represent the UK in February and are hoping to break the UK's 19 year losing streak with their song 'You're Not Alone'.
Rob Shelley went to meet Joe's uncle who's been organising the party.
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A similar memorial bike ride was held in August last year, involving family and friends.
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