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John Lundvik: There has been a glädjeorkan

It is the seventeenth year that Diggilooturnén implemented and it will take the artists to the big cities such as Malmö and Stockholm, but also to the smaller communities that Vagnhärad and London, starting on 3 July and a final concert on 24 August. The show is almost two and a half hours.

" It has been a glädjeorkan at the same time that it has been hugely hectic at all levels. It feels like I've been in a new city every day, but on the other hand, it is what I have worked for all these years. I have a huge respect for it as happens now, for success is time-based, it lasts not forever. Do you know it suits you to enjoy the journey while it lasts.

– This is a week of rehearsals, we discuss what roles we will have, the balls of different ideas. There is joy, speed and seriousness in what we do. During the tour I will show up some other pages that all may not have seen before, I'll sing opera, dance and sing in Italian.

" this is The first time I do a tour of sweden and the first time I am with Diggiloo so it becomes a fun challenge to show the audience something new that is both seriousness and humor.

" What we're doing now is the best upload, to repeat in Mallorca will be a combination of work and vacation. Then we travel to Tel Aviv already on 5 may to hone in on the number. It becomes a much bigger stage and a light show which is really cool. And I think we have a very good chance to be in the top.

Lundvik: ”I got a yes that changed my life”

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