Malmö is preparing for its host city duties of Eurovision 2024. The City Council is now advertising for volunteers to make the experience as best as possible for delegations, fans and visitors.

One of the things revealed in their post is that the Eurovision Village will be hosted at Folkets Park (People’s Park) in the southern part of Malmö city, just as it was in 2013 when Malmö last hosted Eurovision.

All volunteers must be born before 2005 (or 1998 in some capacities) and able to handle themselves well in both written and oral Swedish and English. It’s also a demand that you have a Swedish identity number and a Swedish mobile BankID.

One of the jobs is being a delegation host, where you will help the countries’ delegations before and during Eurovision. Besides knowledge of Swedish and English you have to be able to communicate in one or several of these languages: Albanian, Armenian, Azeri, Croatian, Czech, Dutch, Estonian, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hungarian, Italian, Latvian, Lithuanian, Maltese, Polish, Portuguese, Slovenian and Turkish. We guess the languages are copied from the 2012 volunteer text, since neither Hungary nor Türkiye are competing in Eurovision at the moment!

There will also be a “Eurovision Street” between Triangeln Square and Folkets Park, with Triangeln Station being the closest to Hyllie and Malmö Arena with just a 6 min. train ride between Triangeln and the arena.

The application page will open 15 December at 10.00.

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Hugin
Hugin
2 months ago

Folkets park was not the venue of the Eurovision Village in 2013. The Moriska Pavilion in Folkets park was the venue og the Eurofan Cafe in 2013. But the 2013 Eurovision Village was locatet on Gustav Adolfs Torg in central Malmö.

Noam600
Noam600
2 months ago

Malmo gonna be a very SCARY place in May 2024..

Samo
Samo
2 months ago
Reply to  Noam600

Why? It’s one of the most beautiful and chill places I ever visited. Eurovision will surely only make it better.

Denis
Denis
2 months ago
Reply to  Noam600

In December it can get scary and dark yes. Especially now before Christmas
But by that time in Malmö it is already summer so it will be warm

Emanuel
Emanuel
2 months ago
Reply to  Denis

Exactly with those older, fat, red dressed men with white beards going after our children with gifts, it is super scary!

Bejba
Bejba
2 months ago

Is That A Mosque???

Real Bejba
Real Bejba
2 months ago
Reply to  Bejba

By The Way Your A Fake And No One Beliefs Its Actually Me . Stop Trolling Me Its Not Working

Hugin
Hugin
2 months ago
Reply to  Bejba

No its The Moriska Pavilion. Its a restaurant and concert venue. It was the venue of the Eurofancafe in 2013.

Anna Karenina
Anna Karenina
2 months ago

Prepare for massive protests (which I support) if they let Israel participate.
Can’t believe EBU is okay with enabling g3nocid3!!

Truth Speaker
Truth Speaker
2 months ago
Reply to  Anna Karenina

Read news, study history. Good luck.

Yuarith
Yuarith
2 months ago
Reply to  Anna Karenina

I’m sure several counter-protests will take place too if that happens

Samo
Samo
2 months ago
Reply to  Anna Karenina

EBU is not okay with enabling genocide, which is why they won’t ban Israel for trying to stop it. Goodbye, troll, no one cares about you and your terrorist friends.

Erik
Erik
1 month ago
Reply to  Samo

So women, children, journalists, health care staff, WHO staff, UN staff are all terrorist? Maybe even the hostage that got killed can be classified as terrorists. Of course there was a terrorist attack in the beginning. But that does not make every violent action legitime. There are war laws that you should make sure not to hit civilians. Not to hit hospitals etc. they exist for a reason. It’s not just guidelines.