With only days away until Eurovision fans travel to Stockholm for the Melodifestivalen 2023 final, Melfest WKND 2023, the event running this weekend has announced a new addition to its line-up. Fresh from their 4th place finish in Pesma za Evroviziju, the organisers of Melfest WKND have announced that Filip Baloš will be among the performers at the After Party on March 11.
Melfest WKND 2023
About the Pre-Party: Melodifestivalklubben OGAE Sweden, usually holds Melfest WKND, consisting of a Pre-Party (held on Friday night before the Melodifestivalen final), and the Main Party after the final of the Swedish selection, Melodifestivalen takes place. The pre-party is well known for being the only Pre-Party of the 2020 season to physically take place.
Acts: The acts confirmed so far for Melfest WKND 2023 are as follows:
Pre-Party (March 10): Shirley Clamp (Melodifestivalen 2003, 2004, 2005, 2009, 2011, 2014 & 2022), Anna Bergendahl (Sweden 2010 & Melodifestivalen 2010, 2019, 2020 & 2022), Senhit (San Marino 2011, 2020 & 2021) and Reiley (Denmark 2023) are the acts confirmed so far.
Main Party (March 11): Klara Hammarström (Melodifestivalen 2020. 2021 & 2022), Alessandra Mele (Norway 2023), Kurt Calleja (Malta 2012), Claudia Faniello (Malta 2017) and Filip Baloš (Pesma za Evroviziju 2023) are the acts confirmed so far.
Venue: The show will take place at Nalen, an elegant 19th-century building, located in Stockholm.
Multiple ticket options available
As the tickets for this year’s edition of Melfest WKND becomes available, there are multiple tickets available and are as follows:
Friday, 10th March
- Meet & Greet – Early Entrance – 630SEK
- Show Ticket – 425SEK
Saturday, 11th March
- Show Ticket – 390SEK
If you are a member of OGAE, there are special prices are available for the shows. For further information, please speak to your local OGAE club for further details. You are to purchase your tickets right here.
Serbia’s Eurovision Journey
In 2007, Serbia made its debut as an independent country (they previously participated through Yugoslavia & Serbia & Montenegro), where they were represented by Marija Šerifović with “Molitva, which managed to win the competition. Since their debut, Serbia has participated 14 times (11 of which, where they qualified for the Grand Final).
Their most recent participation saw them being represented by Konstrakta, with the song “In Corpore Sano”. At this year’s competition, Serbia managed to qualify for the Grand Final, where they placed 5th after receiving 312 points from the jury and televoters.
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News Source: Melodifestivalklubben
Photo Credit: Filip Baloš