Fresh from a 2-nil victory at his charity football game, Måns Zelmerlöw performed at a music festival in Poland, treating fans to his big songs, including his previous Polish hit “Brother Oh Brother”.

Polish Månsters
Polish Månsters

Måns and his football team band performed at the Magiczne Zakonczenie Wakacji (Magic End of the Vacation) concert and delivered three of his biggest hits.

He started with his Eurovision-winning song “Heroes”. While Måns used the projections from his Eurovision routine, he didn’t stick with the same choreography, mixing it up and rocking the Kielce stage.

Måns was looking slick on stage, wearing a white hooded tunic with a black moto jacket over the top, and a pair of black skinny jeans.

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He addressed the crowd, saying “We’re finally here! How are you? Make some noise!” in perfect Polish. It was a reminder that this wasn’t the first time he’d been in the country.

In 2008, Måns had a hit in Poland with his single “Brother oh Brother” and played a number of concerts at the time. The crowd was eager to hear the Polish hit, and Måns happily dove into his back catalogue to give them what they wanted.

He rounded out the evening with his recent single “Fire in the Rain”, which is currently charting well in Poland. There were plenty of Polish Månsters in the audience who knew the song and loved the performance, singing along with it.

Måns has recently released his new single “Hanging on to Nothing”.

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deli
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deli

You can find more pics at instagram @eurowizjaorg

lily
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lily

@Ognjem He’s not Polish. He’s Swedish (and a quarter Danish) His surname comes from his grandmother Selma Löv (a very swedish name)!

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Ognjem

He doesn’t speak Polish just because he’s been there before, he is of Polish origins, his surname is Polish.