The Swedish summer singalong season continues with the first episode of Lotta på Liseberg. The first episode saw Melodifestivalen 2016 stars Robin Bengtsson and Wiktoria take to the stage at Liseberg Amusement Park in Gothenberg, along with Melfest 2015 favourite Hasse Andersson and other Swedish entertainers.

Robin Bengtsson

Dressed head to toe in black, including a slick leather jacket, Robin reprised his Melfest entry “Constellation Prize”.

He also performed his saucy new single “Stevie Wonder”, wooing the audience with the lyric “Like a Stevie Wonder, baby I can funk ya all night along.”


Melfest 2016 it-girl Wiktoria delivered her country-pop song “Save Me”. Freed from the stationary staging of Melfest, Wiktoria moved around the stage and had the audience on their feet, clapping along.

Looking chic in white denim which matched her platinum blonde hair, Wiktoria kept the country-pop energy flowing with her new single “Yesterday R.I.P.”.

Hasse Andersson

Hasse “Kvinnaböske” Andersson reprised his Melfest 2015 audience favourite “Guld och gröna skogar”, proving that he was still a hit with Swedes of all ages.

Lotta på Liseberg 2016 line-up

There’ll be plenty of other Melfest 2016 stars appearing on the Liseberg stage in coming weeks, including Samir & Viktor, Ola Salo, Ace Wilder, Oscar Zia, Lisa Ajax, Panetoz, and Molly Pettersson Hammar, and Polish national final star Margaret will also be making an appearance.

11 July: Samir & Viktor, Ida Wiklund, Louise Hoffsten, Ola Salo

18 July: Ace Wilder, Loa Falkman, Ken Ring, Brolle & Charlotte Perrelli

25 July: Oscar Zia, Marit Bergman, Lisa Ajax, Nadja Evelina Syntolkad

1 August: Timo Räisänen, Panetoz, Tommy Körberg & Peter Dalle, Sonja Aldén

8 August: Niklas Strömstedt, Sissel Kyrkjebø, Lisa Nilsson, Margaret, the rock musical Hair – The Göteborg Opera

15 August: Christer Lindarw with After Dark, Lasse Berghagen, Smith & Thell, Molly Pettersson Hammar


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6 years ago

“Cool me down” have been very popular among swedish radio stations. To get 12 points from us, I don’t think there is another choice for Poland than internally select Margaret, this year, it was Mr. Szpaks time to shine, his song and voice was better, but Margaret should soon appear on the Eurovision stage representing Poland.