In April, the concert hall will finally be filled again with a large audience. Mix Megapols Guldscen is back with three of Sweden’s greatest artists – Lena Philipsson, Petra Marklund and Per Gessle. Immortal songs will be performed in front of an audience of teddy bears.
it’s time for Mix Megapols Guldscen “Nallekonserten” Each softie received his party ticket with gifts from Mix Megapolis the listener.
– During the morning of International Children’s Cancer Day, we decided we had to do something – because we can. Babies and Cancer don’t really belong to each other. Everyone in the studio was in complete agreement, and that’s one of the most important things we can do, He says Forcell Games From the morning program Gry Forssell with friends.
Mix Megapolis the manager of the program Alexander Lindahl He points out that this year’s lineup of artists is among the station’s strongest lineups in the annual gold scene.
– We’ve had the biggest ones – Orup, Veronica Maggio, Laleh, Peter Jöback and a number of others on Guldscen over the years. But this trio – Lena, Petra, and Bear – seems like the perfect combination. They are great artists with treasures of songs that Swedish people love. Of course, it’s sad that we can’t fill the hall with audience listeners, but thousands of teddy bears for a good cause are satisfied anyway, He says Alexander Lindahl.
The collection begins on March 29th. By donating 100 SEK, the listener helps put a teddy bear into the audience. The money goes in full Childhood Cancer Foundation Their important work is funding research on childhood cancer and supporting affected children and families. Can listen to the show Mix Megabol Also seen digitally, Sunday, April 25.
– We’re constantly developing our content, and at the same time we can make an effort to save kids from cancer, it feels like we’re doing something great., He says Anna Rastner, content manager at Power Media. – Mix Megapol has 2.5 million listeners per week. What if only a small part had the opportunity to contribute to the group, together we would continue to make a big differenceConcludes I.
– In order for more children to survive cancer, and to live a complication-free life, more research and support is needed for those affected. This is a heartwarming initiative and I hope many will choose to combine the musical experience with support for the fight against childhood cancer, He says Michael Brejevich, Marketing Manager at Childhood Cancer Foundation.
After the ceremony, the dolls will be donated in the audience to charity. Broadcasting on Sunday 25th April at 7.30pm, on your radio and on Mix Megapols Facebook-sida.
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