Conchita Wurst will be part of the programme, Source: Eurovision

One month to go: Check out the Eurovision 2024 programme

One month to go: Check out the Eurovision 2024 programme

The host city, Malmö, is offering visitors an entire week of diverse entertainment

Eurovision Street, Eurovision Village, Euphoria Stage…This year’s music contest, to take place in the Swedish city of Malmö, is promising to make the annual event seem more akin to an Olympic Games gala than a regular pop song show.

Although, the essence of Eurovision are the two semifinals (on 7 and 9 May) and the globally televised final (on 11 May), which turn into a dazzling cornucopia of sounds, costumes, dance moves, lights and glitz, the Swedish organizers have decided to start turning up the mood well before it gets to the climax.

For this purpose, there will be a star-studded programme, which residents and visitors to Malmö can enjoy from 4 May.


The centre of the festivities for the week leading up to the Grand Final will be Eurovision Village in Folkets Park. The Village will feature three stages. The largest one, called Euphoria, will be reserved for more famous acts. The other two stages are called Tattoo and Dancing Queen Stage.

Friisgatan will become Eurovision Street - a lively street with several small performance areas interspersed with food and drink. Additionally, the area around Malmö Live and Malmö Central Station will also be hosting small venues for concerts and performances. 

The programme is rich, colourful and varied and promises to have something for everyone and you can check all the acts here.

Two highlights that we would like to mention and point out are related to two Eurovision anniversaries.

One has to do with the 50th anniversary of the now-legendary song contest won by ABBA with their Waterloo. Artists and musicians will pay tribute to the talent of ABBA at the “An Evening with…” event on 8 May at the Euphoria Stage.

On 6 May, another now-legendary Eurovision winner will also take the same stage – Conchita Wurst, the LGBTQ icon is coming back for a concert, which will mark the tenth anniversary of her win.

During the Eurovision final, keep your eyes peeled for Luxembourg. This will be the small country’s first participation in the contest since 1993.



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