The City of Stockholm has announced that this year fans will be able to have access to the Euroclub as well as the Euro Fan Café, meaning that there will be a party for everybody under one roof.
The Euro Fan Café will consist of three rooms on two floors with different concepts and four bars; A large lounge room on two floors with a stage and two bars, a smaller room with a bar and stage, as well as an outdoor terrace with a bar.
"We want to present the fans with the best conditions for an enjoyable time in Stockholm. By building the Euroclub and Euro Fan Café next door to each other we will achieve many highly anticipated synergies for Eurovision fans. We will host 3000 fans at Euroclub in addition to delegations, media and artists every day", says Linnea Rosen, Head of EuroClub and Euro Fan Café.
"The fans are an important part of our content group. Together with the Swedish Melodifestivalklubben and largest fan club of the Eurovision Song Contest, OGAE, we have developed both the concept and content for Euro Fan Café", she added. "We have been planning the overall program together. It’s been about everything from which DJs will perform, which questions should be asked in the quiz and what is the best time for Eurovision bingo. It will also be a lot of dancing!"
How will it work?
In the evenings, from 20:00 the Euro Fan Café and EuroClub will be integrated. Press and fan media can move freely between the two venues. Euroclub will accommodate an additional three bars and a large stage where the participating artists can perform.
The Euroclub and Euro Fan Café will be open from 2 to 14 May.
Euroclub access is included in the accreditation of journalists, artists and delegations.
3000 passes for the Euroclub and Euro Fan Café will be sold to OGAE-members (500 SEK each)
Registration is open from 15-31 March and will take place in two stages:
1. Register via the web form on the City of Stockholm website to purchase passes for the entire period.
2. Payment and retrieval of passes will take place in Stockholm, at the Globe Arena, next to the press centre at Hovet.
The highest heights
During the Eurovision Song Contest in Stockholm, an 81-metre tower, the City Skyliner, will be placed in the Eurovision Village in Kungsträdgården. Starting on the 29th April, visitors can get completely breathtaking and unique views of the city.
"We are proud to offer a spectacular family attraction with 360 degree panoramic views over a stunning location. The City Skyliner will be one of Stockholm's highest points. It will be a totally unique experience from a place that has never before been available" said Jesper Ackinger, Deputy CEO Stockholm Business Region and Head of the City's Eurovision Song Contest organisation committee.