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Eurovision Village & EuroClub

The Eurovision Song Contest will be broadcast live from Malmö Arena (next to Hyllie train station) but alongside the TV shows will be a whole range of activities across the city from May 4 - 11.

For practical guidance on how to travel around Malmö during Eurovision week, you can read our handy guide on getting around the city.

A full programme has been made available on the Malmö website, featuring every event as well as all dates and times you need to make a note of.

There is a bag ban in Eurovision Village from 4 May to 11 May. There is also a bag ban at Malmö Live from 4 May to 12 May. The bag ban applies to all types of bags regardless of size – including small bags, such as handbags, tote bags and plastic bags. You are not allowed to bring in items that are larger than what you can fit in your pocket.

Eurovision Village

Sweden's oldest ‘folk park’, and one of Malmö's most beloved public places, will transform into the Eurovision Village from May 4-11. The park will become a dedicated Eurovision area, with unique experiences and encounters between Eurovision fans, Malmö residents and visitors. Entry into the Eurovision Village will be free of charge for the whole week to anyone who wishes to come along. 

The live broadcast of the Second Semi-Final and the Grand Final from Malmö Arena will be shown on big screens here on May 11 at 21:00 CEST. Admission is free and does not require a ticket.

During the rest of the week, the main stage, the Euphoria Stage, will focus on the Eurovision Village opening, special events, concerts with Eurovision names and other artists. The smaller stage, the Tattoo Stage, will also focus on concerts and other special events with a smaller audience. 

You can check out the full programme of Eurovision Village events right here.

Ukraine's Go_A will be bringing Shum to the shores of Skåne

There will be several areas for activities and socialising. The park's independent cultural and food establishments will have their own programmes and contribute to a vibrant overall experience. 

Those who want to continue the celebration can easily walk, cycle or use public transport to reach the parties and clubs in central Malmö, just a few minutes away.

Friisgatan, Malmö

Eurovision Artists

A selection of the acts competing at the 68th Eurovision Song Contest have been confirmed to be performing at the Eurovision Village.

The artists will perform at the Euphoria stage in Folkets Park across 4 evenings throughout the week, offering visitors and locals a chance to see the songs performed outside of Malmö Arena. And the city of Malmö has promised some surprises, too...

4 May / 21:00 - 22:00: LADANIVA (Armenia), Mustii (Belgium), Gåte (Norge), iolanda (Portugal) 

7 May / 19:00 - 20:00: BESA (Albania), Angelina Mango (Italy), Sarah Bonnici (Malta), Kaleen (Austria) 

8 May / 15:00 - 16:00: Hera Björk (Iceland), Natalia Barbu (Moldavia), Teya Dora (Serbia) 

9 May / 15:00 - 16:00: Fahree feat. Ilkin Dovlatov (Azerbaijan), Windows95man (Finland), Silvester Belt (Lithuania), ISAAK (Germany)


EuroClub and the Grand Final Party will take place at Malmö Live Congress and Concert Hall close to Malmö Central Station; set to be one of the main hot spots during the nights of Eurovision week. EuroClub will be open from Saturday 4th May until Friday 10th May. 

The opening hours will be between 22:00 – 05:00 CEST with the exception of Tuesday and Thursday, when the club opens one hour later at 23:00.

As well as dancing the night away (and the early hours, too, judging by those opening times!), revellers in attendance will also be able to enjoy live music from plenty of Eurovision and Eurovision-adjacent artists. The programme for each evening's lineup of performances will be announced daily, in the morning, on the official Instagram account of EuroClub – @eurovision_euroclub 

The EuroClub organisers have got more than 15 acts confirmed for performances during the week. They come from more than 10 countries and have competed at the Eurovision Song Contest over the past five decades. And that's not counting the participants of the 68th Eurovision Song Contest, of course, some of which will be popping up to perform too. 

There'll also be no less than 12 DJs hailing from 9 different countries playing the tunes across the two dance floors until 5 in the morning. And the organisers have promised some specially themed nights, too.

For more information about EuroClub, including details on tickets, you can visit their website.

Eurovision Street

Friisgatan, a popular car-free street in Malmö which is filled with restaurants and cafés, will become Eurovision Street – the lively stretch between Triangeln station and Eurovision Village. 

On your walk along the street you’ll be able to encounter musical surprises and food from all over the city and the world. 

Eurovision Street will not only be a pathway in the Host City but also a place to stop, experience and socialise during the delightful days and evenings of early May.

Malmö Live, Malmö

Malmö Live – a Eurovision bubble inside and outside 

Malmö Live Congress and Concert Hall will be a house filled with parties during the Eurovision Song Contest. Here, Malmö hosts the opening ceremony and the closing Grand Final Party for a celebration of music and community, with a playful programme in between.

Malmö Live will also host the Turquoise Carpet and Euroclub. 

Malmö Live's location, just a stone's throw away from Malmö Central Station, offers a quick train ride to and from Malmö Arena and Eurovision Village.

Inside Malmö Live

The Grand Final Party at Malmö Live

On the all-important evening of 11 May, fans, locals and visitors are invited to the vibrant Eurovision Song Contest Grand Final party at Malmö Live. 

During the evening, the SVT broadcast of the Grand Final will be shown on big screens in two different locations in the venue: in the concert hall (seated) and in the congress hall (standing). There will also be smaller screens around the building so that no one in attendance misses what is happening live at Malmö Arena. 

Then, after the screening, when we have a new Eurovision winner, Malmö Live will transform into a large, pulsating after-party - so that everyone can get celebrating.

You can find more information about the Grand Final Party right here


EuroGlam is popping up especially for the occasion, with the promise of being an oasis in the sunniest area of Eurovision Village.

The open-air restaurant, open 4 to 11 May from 12 to 22:00 CET, offers food, drinks and entertainment – and a marvellous view of the Eurovision Village stage. And to maximise the Eurovision experience, guests are invited to visit their indoor venue for broadcastings of the Live Shows, pre- and afterparties, plus dinner shows with drag, karaok and dancing.

You can check out the full programme right here and it is advised to look into getting tickets at the earliest opportunity, with the coveted spot in Eurovision Village expected to be popular.