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Springtime in Europe: Bearcelona, Queer Film Fests, Gay Ski Weeks Galore, and More!
Feb 27, 2012
All around Stockholm
Few countries take the Eurovision Song Contest as seriously as Sweden, perhaps stemming from the fact that their biggest musical export, ABBA, was catapulted into international superstardom after winning the contest in 1974. After weeks of qualifying battles, Sweden will pick its Eurovision entrant for 2012 at the Melodifestivalen final on March 10 and, as long as you’re somewhere in the country—especially at a gay bar in Stockholm—you’ll see and hear who gets picked to succeed 2011 entrant Eric Saade (above) as this year’s Nordic kitsch-pop royalty.