Allsång på Skansen

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Allsång på Skansen
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Allsång på Skansen on 20 July 2004
Presented by Sanna Nielsen
Theme music composer Lasse Berghagen (Stockholm i mitt hjärta)
Bengt Haslum (Sjung med, sjung med, per television, så blir vi en enad nation!)
Opening theme Stockholm i mitt hjärta (1994–present)
Sjung med, sjung med, per television, så blir vi en enad nation! (1979–93)
Country of origin Sweden
Original language(s) Swedish
Production location(s) Skansen, Stockholm Fredriksten, Sarpsborg
Running time60 minutes
Original network SVT1
Picture format 576i (1979–2006)
720p (2007–)
Audio format Dolby Digital 5.1 (2003–)
Original release3 August 1979 (1979-08-03)
External links Website

Allsång på Skansen ( Sing-along at Skansen) is a Swedish show held at Skansen, Stockholm, every summer on Tuesdays between 8pm and 9pm. The audience is supposed to sing along with musical guest stars to well-known Swedish songs. The show started in 1935 on a small scale; about 50 people in the audience. Today about 10,000–25,500 people come to each performance.


Since 3 August 1979 the show has been broadcast by Sveriges Television. Initially the show had about 300,000 viewers. When Lasse Berghagen took over as host, the ratings increased to about 2 million viewers. In 2003, Allsång på Skansen was the first SVT programme that was broadcast with 5.1 multichannel sound. In 2007, it became one of the first Swedish live programmes broadcast in high-definition television. Although the show is scheduled to run for 90 minutes, only one hour of it is broadcast on SVT1 but viewers can watch the entire show on SVT Play.


The guest who has appeared on the show the most is Robert Gustavsson, who has appeared 13 times.

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