Editions:  Austria · Denmark · France · Germany · Italy · Norway · Spain · Sweden · Switzerland

Stockholm club and concert guide: August 7 - 9

Share this article

13:00 CEST+02:00
Stockholm club and concert tips from Kalendarium (Click links for more information).

Commercial anarchy

A beer brand joins forces with the ever hip Vice magazine to create a night that will live long in the memory for the residents of Södermalm. The hill on Götgatan will be filled with music, dancing and people when the city's best clubs, stores and record shops take over.

Late opening

Since some crazy athletes have decided to run all round Stockholm, Morfar Ginko will stay open late on Saturday night. Axel Boman and Dandy Digital will blast some tip-top house from the balcony while Above All will keep things messy in the cellar. Why run when you can dance?

Carnival

Viva! Thomas Gylling and his entourage are pulling out their three biggest carnival trucks and driving to Gustav Adolfs Torg. There they will be met by tons of people in the mood for dancing. A huge stage with live bands and DJs will ensure that town will be dancing to the samba beat.

Tiger rhythms

The group Tristes Tigres celebrate the release of their album Tropical Deression in memory of deceased band member Pato. A bunch of celebrated hip hop and reggae artists will join the party. Invited DJs will get things moving at Bar Brasil XL from 11pm onwards. Legendary.

Festival

It's time once again for the Trädgården Festival. Beer on the grass, live music and food. And it doesn't cost anything to get in.

The Swedish Model

Time for a revolution. Tired of the dull file-sharing debate, seven Swedish record labels and have decided to generate some action in the music world. Gentle Touch, The Kid, Motoboy and many more will be playing live at Debaser on Saturday.

Indie indie

Indie pop non stop. Sunday sees a gathering of the most promising Swedish indie bands at the cosy El Mundo to show that pop is back for good.

Get notified about breaking news on The Local

Share this article

From our sponsors

Swedish for programmers: Tailored Swedish courses for techies

How do you get a job in Sweden's competitive tech industry if you're new to the country and don't speak the language? Enter SFX-IT, a specialised language course tailored for foreign techies living in Sweden.

Advertisement