On May 11, wiwibloggs will #cometogether at the Hard Rock Cafe Stockholm for the inaugural #wiwijam. The event will run from 4.40pm until late. The party has now officially sold out, but for those who have reserved tickets, entry is totally free! You can come and listen to our stars live, meet the team behind wiwibloggs and absorb the atmosphere of one of Stockholm’s premier music venues. We recently closed our line-up, but just couldn’t resist the temptation to open it up again to a few more artists….
Serhat at the #wiwijam
Our sixteenth confirmed act represents San Marino at Eurovision 2016, but hails from Turkey. The gravely voiced singer burst onto the Eurovision scene with “I Didn’t Know”, drawing comparisons with Leonard Cohen and Charles Aznavour. The accompanying music video featured bare feet, monocles and puppets. It set the fan community alight, attracting adoration and derision in equal measure. A disco version soon followed, and after a little fan pressure, it replaced the original as San Marino’s entry for Eurovision 2016. He is Serhat.
The one time TV host has been one of the biggest personalities in Stockholm. By day he cuts a dashing figure dressed in designer suits, by night he’s partying with Euroclub revellers. The man has embraced this year’s “Come Together” slogan, and now y’all can come with him at the Wiwi Jam.
#WIWIJAM 2016: CONFIRMED ARTISTS
We have sixteen confirmed acts. The cocktails will slip down easy as you listen to the following acts…
- Alex Panayi (Cyprus 1995 and 2000)
- Amir (France 2016)
- Barei (Spain 2016)
- Deen (Bosnia 2004 & 2016)
- Gabriela Guncikova (Czech Republic 2016)
- Greta Salome (Iceland 2012 and 2016)
- The Hungry Hearts featuring Lisa Dillan (Norway’s Melodi Grand Prix 2016)
- Isa (Melodifestivalen 2015 and 2016)
- Iveta Mukuchyan (Armenia 2016)
- Lidia Isac (Moldova 2016)
- Krista Siegfrids (Finland 2013 and Melodifestivalen 2016)
- Maja Keuc (Slovenia 2011)
- Nina Kraljic (Croatia 2016)
- Sergey Lazarev (Russia 2016)
- Suzy (Portugal 2014)
Remember, this event is sold out. A ticket does not guarantee entry. There will be a queue policy in place once we reach capacity, this queue is ONLY for ticket holders with a one in and one out policy.
Preference will be given for people to come in to a dining table. However, tables do not have a clear view of the stage. Priority will also be given to delegations and invited media.