Timeless sound and poetic storytelling.
This summer, it’s time for Weeping Willows to take their acclaimed “The Dreams We Weave” on tour! With 8 musicians on stage – the band, Anders Kappelin (bass), Patrik Kolar (keyboards), Goran Kajfes (trumpet) and Per “Ruskträsk” Johansson (saxophone and flute) will offer a grand summer evening in Hasselbacken’s garden.
Prepare to be swept away by the enchanting melodies and heartfelt lyrics of Weeping Willows as they grace the stage at Hasselbacken on August 19th. With their timeless sound and poetic storytelling, Weeping Willows has established themselves as one of Sweden’s most beloved indie-pop bands. From their melancholic ballads to their energetic anthems, their music evokes a sense of nostalgia and raw emotions. The beautiful outdoor setting of Hasselbacken, surrounded by nature and the captivating atmosphere of Djurgården, provides the perfect backdrop for an intimate and magical concert experience. Don’t miss your chance to witness the captivating presence and musical prowess of Weeping Willows. Secure your tickets now and be prepared for a night of unforgettable melodies and soul-stirring performances on August 19th at Hasselbacken.
“Summer tour with a new fine record in the luggage. With a big band of wonderful musician friends. I can’t think of anything more fun than that! See you this summer”, greets Magnus Carlson.
About Weeping Willows
The story of Weeping Willows began back in 1994 when the band was formed. The first official single with the name “Broken Promise Land”, however, was only released in the summer of 1997. A few months later, the debut album with the same name was released and nowadays it is a Swedish pop classic that has been released in several different versions and editions. Today, Weeping Willows is one of Sweden’s most seasoned, established and popular pop bands.
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