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Malmö: Eurovision Village, Eurovision Street & Euroclub details revealed

21 February 2024 at 10:00 CET
Folkets Park, Malmö
Details of the Eurovision Village, EuroClub, Eurovision Street, and other associated cultural events have been revealed by Malmö, Host City of the Eurovision Song Contest 2024.

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.

The official fan zone, the Eurovision Village, will be situated at the iconic Folkets Park, while the EuroClub and the Grand Final Party will take place at the Malmö Live Congress and Concert Hall, accompanied by a buzzing programme along the Eurovision Street

What’s more: everything is easily accessible with public transportation, bike or foot, with an aim to offer something for all fans, visitors, and residents. 

‘We in Malmö hope to welcome hundreds of thousands of visitors to our city, and we are organizing this collective celebration together. Now it's time to show our creative and brave city’ says Karin Karlsson, Managing Director City Host Event. 

The music lineup will be diverse, reflecting both the mainstream and niche genres, aiming to mirror both Malmö and Sweden. There will be fixed stages as well as mobile performances; collaborations with local entities and organisers; and involvement from both the city's cultural institutions as well as independent cultural scenes.

'We are so much looking forward to the Eurovision week in Malmö. All the happenings out in the city perfectly complements the event in the arena' says Ebba Adielsson Executive Producer Eurovision Song Contest 2024 at SVT. 

Full details will be revealed in late March on the Malmö website and here at

Folkets Park, Malmö

Eurovision Village

Sweden's oldest ‘folk park,’ and one of Malmö's most beloved 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. 

The main stage will focus on the Eurovision Village opening, special events, concerts with Eurovision names and other artists. The smaller stage will also focus on concerts and other special events with a smaller audience. 

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 Street

Friisgatan, a popular car-free street in Malmö which is filled with restaurants and cafés, becomes 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 and 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.

You can listen to all 37 songs of Eurovision 2024 via your favourite streaming service or watch the music videos on our YouTube channel.

The Eurovision Song Contest will take place in Malmö, Sweden on Tuesday 7 May (First Semi-Final), Thursday 9 May (Second Semi-Final) and Saturday 11 May (Grand Final) 2024.

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