Come in Christmas mood along with Weeping Willow

By on November 24, 2017

Last week, a small number of lucky people could enjoy a personal play with Magnus Carlson and Weeping Willows in Katarina Church. Magnus, awarded the Grammis Scholarship of the Year’s Sustainable Artist 2017, conducted a gig that left the lowest possible environmental impression. The concert “Songs without a trace” was performed completely acoustically and completely in the dark.

Last week, the band’s Christmas mini-album “Snowflakes” released, in addition to the self-composed single “Let Christmas Be the Reason”, contains five covers, two of which are duets with Ane Brun and Moneybrother. For those who want to experience the music live, there are more opportunities because the band will go out on a nationwide Christmas tour.
“Christmas Time Has Come Tour” starts in Luleå on November 28th and ends in Karlstad on December 22!

The album “Snowflakes” was released on Friday, November 17th.

Tour schedule:

28/11 Luleå – Kulturens Hus
29/11 Luleå – Kulturens Hus
30/11 Umeå – Idunteatern
1/12 Stockholm – Annexet
2/12 Stockholm – Annexet
5/12 Linköping – Linköping Konsert & Kongress
6/12 Eskilstuna – Lokomotivet
7/12 Jönköping – Jönköpings Konserthus
9/12 Helsingborg – Helsingborg Arena
10/12 Lisebergshallen, Göteborg
11/12 Göteborg – Lorensbergsteatern
13/12 Västerås – Västerås Konserthus
14/12 Västerås – Västerås Konserthus
16/12 Örebro – Conventum Kongress
20/12 Gävle – Gävle Konserthus
21/12 Uppsala – Uppsala Konsert & Kongress
22/12 Karlstad – Nöjesfabriken

Helena Olofsson, Entertainment
MyGuide2Stockholm