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Stockholm club and concert guide: July 10 -13

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Stockholm club and concert tips from Kalendarium (Click links for more information)

Megamini festival

It's that time again. The people at Trädgården, angels that they are, have invited all of Stockholm to a free festival. Kristoffer Åhström, Boris och The Jeltsins and The Tarantula Waltz are three of the bands lined up to play before the club band takes to the stage. For heaven's sake, don't miss this.

Lighters up

DJ Lickshot is celebrating his birthday by inviting loads of his friend in behind the record players. They'll be focusing on the UK, grim and that London vibe we have so little of in Stockholm at the moment.

Falling and laughing

Falling and Laughing tends to bring in excellent live acts and nice DJs for its club night. "Fall falling falling again, Cos I want to take the pleasure with the pain, Fall falling falling again". At Debaser Slussen of course.

Jazz festival

Landet -- oh, how we love Landet . Telefonplan's finest is having is very own little jazz festival. Josef och Erika, Daisy and Nils Berg are playing, as are tons of other people you won't want to miss.

Electronic clash

There's dance chaos afoot when the two night life mainstays Risky Bizniz and Clitspit clash in a derby duel. Hard to say how it will go but get yourself down there, get right behind your team and stand completely still when your opponent starts to take over. If you can manage it that is.

Ibiza at F12

Fredsgatan has outdone itself again this summer. Famously fantastic Ibiza duo Clive Henry and Jamie Jones are coming to Stockholm and bringing with them everything that has made their club such an international household name. This is simply house at its very best.

Thorells syndrome

Thorells Syndrom give praise to the history of rock at Lasse i Parken. Friday tunes with Zinken's finest, except in Hornstull.

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