London Schlager Party – sold out UPD

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The next London Schlager Party – dubbed 'Winter Warmer Schlager Party – caputured by a Schlagerstorm' is a complete sell out. The event has been attracting press attention in the UK and featured in this week's popular online music and entertainment newsletter Popbitch!

The event takes place next Friday 2nd November from 20:00-02:00 UK time at Loom Bar, 5 Clipstone Street, London. Tickets cost £10 and include a free Swedish cider drink on entry. Due to licensing laws, the minimum age for the event is 18.

Co-organiser, Sara Fredriksson told esctoday: "I'm so happy with the way these parties are going. Everyone has such a good time and it's really great to see this in London. We've had bookings from the Netherlands (again), Greece and Sweden and almost everyone that came to the last event has booked to come again. The website looks great and it's helped a lot. We have to say thanks to Clear Focus Design and Marketing for all their support".

The London Schlager Party features a mix of traditional Scandinavian schlager music, Eurovision Song Contest tunes, popular songs from the Scandinavian charts and is set to include some previously unheard remixes donated by top Swedish production house, Sound Factory, who have worked with many Melodifestivalen entrants including BWO, Carola, Linda Bengtzing, Magnus Carlsson and others as well as global names in the music industry.


Theevent is now completely sold out. To keep uptodate withfuture events, visitthe official website at You can also join the schlagerparty newsletter by emailing [email protected] with your contact details. For those that missed out on tickets, the next event is due to take place at the end of January

Stella Floras

Thanks to Johnny Logan and Hold me now I fell in love with the Eurovision Song Contest, a love that's been going strong ever since with undiminished passion. My first memories date back to 1977 and the lyrics of Rock bottom, Dschinghis Khan and A ba ni bi are still engraved in my brain.

I joined in 2006 as a junior editor after being invited by Barry Viniker, I soon became Senior Editor and during the 2007 contest in Helsinki I was appointed Head of Communications. Today I hold the post of Head of Human Resources and I am proud to be working with the best editorial team in the world.