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SVT confirms key venues and event locations for Eurovision 2016!

SVT along with the City of Stockholm have today officially revealed the key venues and event locations for this year’s Eurovision, including the opening ceremony venue, Euroclub and Eurovision Village!

  • Opening Ceremony in the Stockholm’s City Hall, one of the most recognisable buildings of the Swedish capital, which already hosted the opening ceremony back in 2000.
  • Euroclub in front of the Royal Palace, a special building to be constructed next to the water.
  • Eurovision Village in the Royal Gardens.

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This year, all three Eurovision areas will be happily located within walking distance of each other, which will make fans access to the all Eurovision activities without having to move from the one side of the city to another.

The choice of the Stockholm City Hall for the opening ceremony and the Royal Garden for the Eurovision Village feels just right, but what really stands out is the unique location of the EuroClub, at one of Stockholm’s most beautiful places, at the waterfront in front of the Royal Palace”, said contest producer Christer Björkman. “There will be magic”, he added.

The Semi-Final allocation draw to decide which countries will take part in which Semi-Final of the 2016 Eurovision Song Contest will take place during a special handover ceremony in Stockholm on Monday 25th January 2016.

About Belén García (Spain)

Belén García (Spain)
My name is Belén, I am a 25 year-old musician girl from Spain. I have been following Eurovision since I was only 11 and the Junior version since the beginning (expert of this contest).Before ESC+Plus, I have been part of very well-known websites about Eurovision. Apart from writing, I love taking professional photos!I have already travelled to Eurovision three times (Malmö 2013, Copenhagen 2014 and Vienna 2015) and to Junior Eurovision twice (Malta 2014 & Bulgaria 2015). Next stop -> Stockholm 2016