Attention all schlager fans – Shirley Clamp’s first ever UK performance!

From the team that brought you Schlagerfest (who else?!), the latest and very exciting instalment of Eurofest with a very special schlagertastic guest…

ImageIt’s the Summer of Love! At Eurofest we shamelessly celebrate europop all night long, including many tracks from European pop’s spiritual core, the Eurovision Song Contest.  DJ Dave Simmons, the UK’s leading Eurovision DJ, and DJ Don Grant bring their 20 years’ experience of playing all things European.  Even if you don’t know your ABBA from your Alphabeat, you’ll still feel the rhythm of the night in the vibrant Eurofest atmosphere. And we promise, no R&B!!

AND of course it’s all for charity… With Eurofest taking place as London hosts WorldPride weekend, all proceeds from this event will be donated to Pride London – a volunteer-run charity which relies on your support to run the annual Pride Parade and free entertainment.

Our LIVE ACT this event, jetting in from Stockholm for her first ever UK performance, will be the schlager-tastic SHIRLEY CLAMP. Shirley has had four Top 10 hits in her native Sweden including a Number 1, and three Top 10 albums. Shirley has also been a regular favourite competitor in Melodifestivalen, Sweden’s internationally acclaimed song contest and most-watched TV programme.

This event is sponsored by, the Web’s finest English language source of everything you need to know about Scandinavian pop music.

What will we play? See for more info.

When and where? Friday 6th July, 9pm-3am at the Royal Vauxhall Tavern
Tickets: On the door only
Standard price: £6 
Discount price: £4 before 10pm or £5 before 11pm, only with one flyer per person

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