Sweden: Swedish Schlager Diggiloo tour 2015 commences

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The Swedish Diggiloo tour has commenced around Sweden and this year we see a host of Melodifestivalen and Eurovision performers participating including two former winners.

The summer season in Sweden sees the start of a season of tours and television shows which features the best Swedish chart and schalger talent on offer

One of the main summer tours is Diggiloo. This season sees a strong Melodifestivalen and Eurovision line up which includes former Eurovision winners Charlotte Perrelli and Helena Paparizou who recently competed in Melodifestivalen last year with her entry Survivor. Other past Melodifestivalen participants include Jessica Andersson (winner as part of Fame in 2003), Hanna Hedlund, Andreas Johnsson, Magnus Carlsson and Martin Stenmarck (winner in 2005 with Las Vegas). They all perform with a live band either solo or in duo’s or groups culminating in an encore featuring all the performers on stage at the end of the show.

2015 Diggiloo Tour Schedule

Grebbestad
6 June Tanumstrand

Göteborg
13 June Trädgårdsföreningen

Vadstena
26 June Vadstena Slott

Nyköping
27 June Rosvalla

Ulricehamn
4 July
Sturebadet

Kristianstad
5 July
Ovesholms Slott

Piteå
8 July
Pite Havsbad

Umeå
10 July
Nydala

Bispgården
11 July
Thailändska Paviljongen

Västervik
16 July
Bökensved

Rättvik
17 July
Dalhalla

Rättvik
18 July
Dalhalla

Järvsö
19 July
Stenegård

Borgholm
23 July
Idrottsplatsen

Eksjö
24 July
Sjöängen

Vänersborg
25 July
Sanden

Varberg
29 July
Södra Fästningshörnan

Skurup
30 July
Svaneholms Slott

Båstad
31 July
Tennisstadion

Båstad
1 August
Tennisstadion

Skövde
7 August
Boulognerskogen

Hällefors
8 August
Hellefors Herrgård

Sandviken
14 August
Högbo Bruk

Stockholm
15 August
Ulriksdals Slott

If you fancy a trip to Sweden this summer you can book tickets here.

Diggyloo started in 2003 and since 2004 has been a touring production around Sweden every Summer since then.

The story so far

Sweden has won the Eurovision Song Contest on 6 occasions. The first time was with the legendary Abba back in 74. Past winners have included Herreys, Carola, Charlotte (Nillson) Perrelli and more recently Loreen in 2012. They achieved a very respectable 3rd place last year with Sanna Nielsen and her entry Undo. Mans Zelmerlow claimed the grand prix for a sixth time for Sweden in May at the 60th Eurovision Song Contest held in Vienna with his entry Heroes.

Stay tuned to esctoday.com for more news on Sweden, Melodifestivalen and of course the Eurovision Song Contest.

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