Dust off your dancing shoes - SCHLAGERPARTY is back!
3:00 - 7:00 PM Eurovision Song Contest Final Livestream from Liverpool on the big screens.
starting at 7:00 PM Dance, sing, glitter, shake and have a ball all night long with DJ Suspense
- Spanferkel (pig roast) & the full Biergarten menu
- Paulaner and other German beers on tap
- DJ Suspense will be mixing old and new favorite Schlagersongs.
- Costumes, fun and games and more
OPEN To the Public – no tickets needed.
Bring your friends, neighbors and coworkers and celebrate all night long - Atemlos durch die Nacht!
Schlager a style of European popular music that is generally a catchy instrumental accompaniment to vocal pieces of pop music with simple, happy-go-lucky, and often sentimental lyrics.
Typical tracks are either sweet, sentimental ballads with a simple, catchy melody or light pop tunes. Lyrics typically center on love, relationships, and feelings.
Schlager is a loanword from German. It also came into some other languages. The style has been frequently represented at the Eurovision Song Contest and has been popular since the contest began in 1956.
The EUROVISION is an international televised song competition organized yearly since the 1950s.
The final competition takes place on May 13th after 2 semi-finals during the week, in which the final contesting countries perform their songs live. Audiences and the jury of professionals from each country vote for the winner.
The winning country usually hosts next year. This year’s event is held in Liverpool, United Kingdom, instead of Ukraine who was last year’s winner.
Enjoy popular music from European countries and beyond ... from Azerbaijan to Australia!
It is the world’s largest popular music event and a major European cultural reference. It highlights shared values such as inclusivity, strength in diversity and unity ... celebrated with a lot of glitter.
Herzlichen Dank to the German-American Cultural Foundation, Der Biergarten Atlanta, and the German-American Chamber of Commerce for the support! We look forward to celebrating.