The Euro Fan Café in Folkets park in Malmö saw its busiest night so far last night, when some previous Eurovision Song Contest winners visited.
The faux Moorish palace, housing the club Moriska paviljongen had something they called “the biggest Eurovision quiz ever” where all the guests could compete to win the first prize, a place to follow the Eurovision Song Contest final in the Green room with all the artists.
The Albanian act for 2013 performed a live gig on the stage of Moriskan, and then two previous Eurovision Song Contest winners entertainen the guests.
Linda Martin won the 1992 contest in Malmö with Why me. She performed her winning song, and also her other Eurovision Song Contest entry from 1984, Terminal 3. And as a special treat she also gave her own version of the 1996 United Kingdom entry, Ooh aah.. Just a little bit!
Then Elizabeth Andreassen took to the stage, and she sang amongst others her 1996 Norwegian entry I evighet to a great reaction from the crowd.
She then brought along her bandmate Hanne Krogh and as Bobbysocks the audience were treated to La det swinge, the 1985 Eurovision Song Contest winner.
The Euro Fan Café is hosting dozens of events during this week, tonight there will be a Balkan Eurovision night with Esma & Lozano and Elitsa & Stoyan after the first semi-final and the venue is open to everybody.
Guests can also follow the semi-finals and the grand final on the big screens in the venue.
See the whole program on the Facebook group of the Euro Fan Café here.