Eurovision Song Contest to have an Exhibition in the ABBA Museum!

Yestrerday we got the news of an exciting announcement, this year the Eurovision Song Contest has arrived with Major changes and surprises, the latest one being Eurovision’s very own exhibition in the ABBA museum!

The interactive ”Good Evening Europe!” exhibition will celebrate the history of the world’s music festival. The opening ceremony of the exhibition will take place on Saturday, 7th of May in Stockholm. The project has been initiated by ABBA’s Björn Ulvaeus together with the EBU’s Eurovision Song Contest Executive Supervisor, Jon Ola Sand.

There will be a chance for fans to attend this exhibition and sing their favorite songs on the Eurovision stage itself, as well as to see the original costumes of selected artists who have taken part in Europe’s favorite TV show over the past six decades.

The exhibition will feature an empty space to be filled by the winner of the 2016 Eurovision Song Contest which will be held in Stockholm on 10th, 12th & 14th May. After the Grand Final, the winning artist will be invited to visit the Museum the next day and place one item from their performance in the exhibition.

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