Eurovision's Greatest Hits was the long-awaited 60th anniversary celebration concert of the Eurovision Song Contest. It took place on 31 March 2015 at the Eventim Hammersmith Apollo in London hosted by the BBC and was presented by United Kingdom commentator Graham Norton and 2013 presenter Petra Mede.
Inaugural Eurovision winner Lys Assia was also in attendance.
It was shown by many EBU member stations as well as by SBS in Australia in the weeks leading up to the 2015 contest.
- Emmelie de Forest: Only Teardrops (Denmark 2013)
- Anne Marie David: Tu Te Reconnaîtras (Luxembourg 1973)
- Herreys: Diggiloo Diggiley (Sweden 1984)
- Dana International: Diva (Israel 1998)
- Olsen Brothers: Fly on the Wings of Love (Denmark 2000)
- Brotherhood of Man: Save Your Kisses For Me (United Kingdom 1976)
- Rosa: La, La, La, Vivo Cantando, Eres tú and Europe's Living a Celebration (Spain 1968, 1969, 1973, 2002)
- Nicole: Ein Bisschen Frieden (Germany 1982)
- Lordi: Hard Rock Hallelujah (Finland 2006)
- Natasha St-Pier: Je n'ai que mon âme (France 2001)
- Dima Bilan: Never Let You Go and Believe (Russia 2006, 2008)
- Bobbysocks!: La Det Swinge (Norway 1985)
- Loreen: Euphoria (Sweden 2012)
- Johnny Logan: What's Another Year, Why Me? and Hold Me Now (Ireland 1980, 1992, 1987)
- Conchita Wurst: Rise Like a Phoenix (Austria 2014)
- Hallelujah by Anne Marie David (Israel 1979)
- Nel Blu Dipinto Di Blu by Herreys (Italy 1958)
- Making Your Mind Up by Bobbysocks! (United Kingdom 1981)
- Waterloo by Dana International, Conchita Wurst and Full Cast except Loreen (Sweden 1974)