Eurovision Memory Lane

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The Oslo Pride Festival invites Eurovision enthusiasts all over Europe to take part in the annual Eurovision Memory Lane- show in Oslo on 28th June 2007. The event will feature Norway's first eurovision Song Contest winners, Bobbysocks, 1997 winner Katrina, Mihai, Gina G, Wenche Myhre, Kirsten Siggard and many more.

GINA G. is amongst the artists that can be seen and heard from the outdoor stage at the City Hall Square in Oslo on 28thJune 2007. Katrina (without the Waves) will be there, together with our Norwegian Superstar Wenche Myhre. She has invited her boyfriend Anders Eljas (who was worked closely withAbba)to join her.

"This years Eurovision Memory Lane- show has already signed a lot of top artists for the 3rd show in a row, and there will be more, all depending on the ticket sale" says the shows director, Ole Christian Oen.

Amongst other artists that will take part, are Elisabeth Andreasen and Hanne Krogh both solo and together as Bobbysocks. Elisabeth Andreasens other duet partner, Kikki Danielsson will also sing, both together with Elisabeth and solo, or together with a chorus of 6 dancers. Mihai – the 2006 Euro song sensation from Romania will also come and sing his Tornero.

Danish ”Queen of Eurovision” Kirsten Siggard, will sing all her Eurovision songs, and Jenny Jensen, from this years NorwegianMelodi Grand Prixis invited to take part. There will also be some nice surprises form the stage.

The event will be hosted by another famous Norwegian Eurovision Song Contest name, the enigmatic Norwegian King of Eurovision, Mr. Jostein Pedersen. Although in exile from the commentary box this year, he will be presenting the show.

esctoday.com looks forward to covering this event, and will of course be bringing live coverage from Oslo, as we do every year from Stockholm. We recommend these parties to our readers and look forward to meeting you there.

Click here to book tickets via Billettservice (Ticketmaster, Norway)

We will be running a competition in the next couple of weeks, and have been given some tickets to give to our readers courtesy of the organisers. All news relating to this event can be found in the events section via the button at the top of news pages or by clicking here.

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