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Stockholm club and concert guide: July 24 - 27

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

French smut

All change in the universal techno world on Friday. Tubby genius Tekilatex is coming to Arkaden. He brings with him neon colours, music and the oddest humour known to man.


Strech is to thank for some of the best ever Fredsgatan nights out. He's back. Hip Hop and electrohouse in a simply magnificent mix with one of New York's best DJs.

Fidget Baltimore

The fidget house kings of Don't Blame The Youth storm forth at their favourite joint Pleasant! Lenny Drama, Tripple T and Vem'Detta ride again!

Fritzy fritz

The lush green garden of Lasse i Parken near Hornstull welcomes the Fritz gang for an evening under the stars. Live music, open air stage and a friendly audience.

Europop party

Fredrik Kempe holds the reins of the next europop party at the Blue Moon Bar. Cara Mia! There will be masses of glamour, a good old sing-song and that popular brand of music that has something for everyone.


Assid plays totally wacky energetic techno which is best savoured live. From having played a punk techno mix the group's sound has been transformed into a more pure techno, with no complaints from us. Come and experience an evening which could see the most dancing-friendly crowd at Landet this summer.

Cumbia party

Kumbia Freaks perform live at Fasching this evening with their fusion of various cumbia styles. Backbeats and mushy song in one great big tropical mix. Also salsa, bachata and chicha with DJs Dario and Alex.

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