"Jupiter, The Bringer of Joviality" was the interval act at the Eurovision Song Contest 1998. It was a performance described as a "great coming-together, a magnificent...muesli" by host and commentator Terry Wogan.
The performance reflects the multiracial and multicultural society of the United Kingdom, including bagpipes, a male voice choir, a soprano, and even some dancing tribal warriors. Pyrotechnics were used for the first time, with fire coming up, but it wasn't until 2006 were fireworks first used.
The Orchestra performed for the penultimate time before they were omitted from the contest in 1999 and afterwards.