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16 March, 2016

Want fun and music? Visit Stockholm’s Gay Choir’s Consert on the 20 – 21 of May

Gay Choir

The Eurovision Song Contest is a big happening this year as Stockholm is standing host. To celebrate this, Stockholm’s Gay Choir invites you to a colourful concert honouring everything that comes with the Eurovision: love for music and life.

The popular Sunlight Chorus and the solo artists Eido Al Fakir and Frida Andreasson will also join them at this wonderful evening.

When & where?

  • Friday 20 May 2016, 7pm and Saturday 21 May 2016, 3pm and 6pm
  • Playhouse Theatre, Drottninggatan 71A, Stockholm

Tickets cost 150 SEK and can be purchased at;

  • their website stockholmsgaykor.se
  • via individual choir members
  • in the lobby prior to each concert

Want to join Stockholm’s Gay Choir?

Joining an association of some kind is a great way to get integrated into Swedish society. Stockholm’s Gay Choir have lots of non-Swedes coming from various countries such as UK, USA, Brazil, China, Finland, France, Spain, South Korea, Australia, Syria.

The choir was started in 1982 as a way to help gay men meet each other outside of the clubs and at the same time develop their singing skills. The choir serves lots of purposes beside singing and having a good time together: it serves as social support, stress management and networking platform.  It is a very welcoming and fun way to integrate into Swedish gay culture. They meet every Thursday and have several concerts during the years.

Visit their website to learn more and find out on how to join.

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