Nearly two weeks on since her historic win in Liverpool, Loreen has been busy promoting “Tattoo” in Europe. It’s been revealed that the two-time Eurovision winner will be embarking on a European Tour later in the year.
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At the time of writing, it was announced that the tour will be heading to 18 cities in 15 countries and will visit the following venues:
|7th November||Dublin, Ireland||Opium Rooms|
|8th November||Glasgow, UK||St. Luke’s & The Winged Ox|
|10th November||London, UK||Electric Brixton|
|12th November||Amsterdam, Netherlands||Paradiso|
|14th November||Antwerp, Belgium||Trix|
|15th November||Berlin, Germany||Metropol|
|16th November||Warsaw, Poland||Klub Stodoła|
|17th November||Hamburg, Germany||Docks|
|19th November||Oslo, Norway||Rockefeller Music Hall|
|20th November||Copenhagen, Denmark||Vega|
|23rd November||Stockholm, Sweden||Cirkus Arena|
|26th November||Helsinki, Finland||Vanha Ylioppilastalo|
|27th November||Tampere, Finland||Pakkahuone|
|29th November||Tallinn, Estonia||Noblessner Foundry|
|30th November||Riga, Latvia||Palladium|
|1st December||Kaunas, Lithuania||Kauno Arena|
|4th December||Zürich, Switzerland||X-TRA|
|5th December||Paris, France||Alhambra|
For further information about the tour and how to obtain tickets you can head on over right here to do so.
Loreen’s Eurovision Journey
Loreen started her Eurovision journery in 2011, where she competed in Sweden’s Melodifestivalen with “My Heart is Refusing Me”, which was knocked out of the Second Chance round of the competition. A year later Loreen returned to the comeptition with “Euphoria” where she won the competition and ended up winning Eurovision 2012 in Baku. In 2017, Loreen competed in Melodifestivalen with her entry “Statements”, which unfortunately knocked out of the Second Chance round once again.
In 2023, Loreen returned to represent Sweden, whwere she competed with the song “Tattoo”, which managed to qualify for the Grand Final, and placed 1st with 583 points. Loreen won the jury vote, accruing 340 points from the jury, earning an additional 243 points from the televote. This now means Sweden matches Ireland for the record of most wins in Eurovision history.
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