Today, SVT have announced some details of the EuroClub and Eurovision Village for this year’s Eurovision in Stockholm.
EuroClub, which is the official party venue for delegations and accredited journalists, will take place in a temporary building on the quay right next to the water in front of Stockholm Palace in Gamla Stan. For most years, EuroClub has been open for the full two weeks, but in Vienna this was changed to the second week only, with alternative parties taking place around various venues in Vienna. It has not yet been announced how long EuroClub will be open for.
Close to EuroClub, in Kungsträdgården, will be where the Eurovision Village will be located, which will be the party venue for the public. In previous years, Eurovision Village has hosted lots of live performances from Eurovision acts, and is a great gathering place for like-minded Eurofans!
In previous years there has also been a Euro Fan Café but no details have yet emerged if there will be one in Stockholm, but we will keep you updated as soon as we hear anything.
The official opening ceremony will take place in Stockholm’s City Hall in Kungsholmen.