Sweden loves Eurovision, so when Sweden hosts the world’s biggest entertainment show, its stars go all in!

Between May 10 and 14 some of the biggest acts from Melodifestivalen and Eurovision will take part in the Euro After Party, which will take place inside the grandiose Operaterrassen. The venue is located right next to the royal palace and Kungsträdgården — the site of Eurovision Village.

Be sure to have a strong coffee beforehand: The action kicks off at 10pm and finishes at 5am!

Navid Kabiri and Clean Group — the organisers of Swedish Pride — promise an unforgettable night of parties. Judging from the guest list it will most definitely be a riot.

So far confirmed acts include Ace Wilder (Melfest 2014, 2016), Anton Ewald (Melfest 2013, 2014), Charlotte Prerelli (Eurovision 1999 and 2008), Dana International (Eurovision 1998), Dinah Nah (Melfest 2015), Magnus Carlsson (Melfest 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2015), Viktor & Samir (Melfest 2015, 2016), Sergey Lazarev (Eurovision 2016) and Wiktoria (Melfest 2016).

Euro After Party: The Schedule

Tuesday May 10th, Opening Party – Samir and Viktor (120 SEK = 12 Euro)
Wednesday May 11th – to be confirmed (120 SEK = 12 Euro)
Thursday May 12th – Ace Wilder, Magnus Carlsson, Dinah Nah (200 SEK = 20 Euro)
Friday May 13th – Charlotte Perrelli, Wiktoria, Sergey Lazarev (250 SEK = 25 Euro)
Saturday May 14th – Dana International, Anton Ewald (250 SEK = 25 Euro)

Operaterrasen: The venue

Capacity of 1,000 guests
5 dance floors and one outdoor lounge area
10 bars
Open 10pm – 5am every night

How to get the tickets

You can buy tickets at the door and also in advance on Tickster.

wiwibloggs will be there with our cameras rolling. So why not #JoinUs, #ComeTogether and #ShareTheMoment?

And ahead of the May 11 party, you should head to the Hard Rock Café where we will be throwing our inaugural #WiwiJam from 6pm.

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karminowe.usta
karminowe.usta
6 years ago

Friday is my favourite day because Sergey would be in this party:)

Jylia
Jylia
6 years ago

@georgekirkas
For me it’s always opposite somehow. Btw it doesn’t matter ’cause true leaders create their own luck with a talant and hard work. That’s what i believe in.

Österrike
Österrike
6 years ago

Iraqi officials have warned Sweden about terrorists, who entered their country. Eurovision could be a target…. 🙁

SoundofBirds
SoundofBirds
6 years ago

Considering his chaotic schedule over the past few months, and his recent collapse on stage, it’s a little surprising that he’d participate in the After Party. Why is Sergey doing this kind of show the night before ESC?

Maybe he likes to function through being busy and finds work pressure to be motivational. Nevertheless, I hope he’ll be ok for the main show.

georgekirkas
georgekirkas
6 years ago

@Jylia

Oh, really? Here in Greece Friday 13th is supposed to be an unlucky day!

Nicky91
Nicky91
6 years ago

@Adam

of course some extra promoting to win voters for the GF, that’s the only reason

he has already qualified to the GF in the eyes of the juries

Jylia
Jylia
6 years ago

@Adam
Well everything will be 100% ready before the semi so I don’t think one performance could hurt him. He is a huge professional with more than 10 years of solo career so i guess he knows what he’s doing) Anyway Friday 13th is a Lucky day)))

Adam
Adam
6 years ago

is it really wise for segey to do that the night before the GF?