Photo: POP HOUSE Sweden Photo: POP HOUSE Sweden

STOCKHOLM, SWEDEN – The anticipated news scheduled for 10:00 CET today was about the official partnership of EBU and the ABBA The Museum for a unique exhibition. The exhibition will be titled “Good Evening Europe” and will celebrate the history of the Eurovision Song Contest.

ABBA’s Björn Ulvaeus initiated the project alongside EBU’s Eurovision Song Contest Executive Supervisor, Jon Ola Sand. There will be be hundreds of hours of Eurovision Song Contest from 1956 till 2015 with extra videos of backstage stories which thrilled the Eurovision fans over the years.

ABBA’s Björn Ulvaeus said: “The Eurovision Song Contest occupies a special place in my heart. It is a pleasure to be able to display the long and in many ways astonishing history of the longest running TV show in the world, where music is at the centre. And I couldn’t think of any better place to…

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