Sweden will host a Eurovision one-two tonight as part of the Stockholm Pride celebrations. 2009 Eurovision Song Contest winner Alexander Rybak will be joined at the Schlager Pride night by Johanna, who took Iceland to second place.
The schlager pride event is changing this year after 2008 saw Euro-Pride take place in Stockholm and the biggest ever line-up of previous Melodifestivalen and Eurovision stars on stage at the open air concert.
This year, Schlagerfeber, a group of singers that come together as a Eurovision tribute band will form the core of the show alongside special guests. Amongst the guests are Alexander Rybak who will perform Fairytale and Yohanna who will perform Is it true?. Both artists are enjoying success in Sweden following their Eurovision Song Contest experiences earlier this year.