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What's on in Stockholm: June 26 - July 2

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What's on in Stockholm: Bunny Wailer and The Pet Shop Boys; exhibitions focusing on Taiwan and West Sahara.

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Bunny Wailer

One of the highlights of Gröna Lund's summer programme, Bunny Wailer aka Livingston, plays on Friday.

Livingston was one of the original members of legendary Jamaican reggae group The Wailers - alongside Pete Tosh and Bob Marley - and is now the only living survivor. He is widely regarded as a musical legend and is considered one of the longtime standard bearers of reggae music.

Price: Park entry (extra charge from 6pm-8.30pm)

Time: Friday June 26th

Tickets: Park entrance

Location: Gröna Lund, Djurgården

More information: Bunny Wailer

The Pet Shop Boys

The British pop duo takes the stage on Sunday at one of Stockholm's most charismatic venues, Cirkus, on the royal island of Djurgården.

With hits such as "West End Girls", "It's A Sin", "Suburbia" and "Always On My Mind" Neil Tennant and Chris Lowe have sold more than 30 million albums worldwide.

Due to the high demand for tickets a second concert has been scheduled for Gothenburg's Eriksbergshallen on Tuesday.

Price: 510 kronor

Time: Sunday June 28th, 7.30pm

Tickets: Tickets

Location: Cirkus, Djurgården

More information: Pet Shop Boys at Cirkus

Snow/Sand - A Swedish/West Saharan exchange

The Network for a free Western Sahara is behind this exhibition of photographic images depicting the daily lives of young people in Sweden and the Algerian desert.

Many of the young people that today live in the refugee camp outside of Tindouf in Algeria were born and raised in a perpetual state of limbo, waiting to get home to the disputed territory of Western Sahara.

Hope, as the saying goes, is the last to die.

The Swedish youngsters were born in the wake of the 1990s crisis of cut backs and record levels of unemployment - what former Green party MP Gustav Fridolin may call the 'cheated generation'.

They each have a story to tell and they were each given a disposable camera to help tell it.

Price: Free entry

Time: Until June 28th, 12pm - 5pm/4pm

Location: Galleri KG52, Kammakargatan 52

More information: Snow/Sand

Exhibition - Enchanting Taiwan

The Taipei Mission in Sweden invites you to come to see exclusive Taiwanese porcelain from Franz Porcelain, pictures of Taiwan's enchanting nature and culture, and get your name written in Chinese calligraphy.

Price: Free of charge

Time: Saturday June 27th - Wednesday July 1st, 10am - 5pm

Location: Fjärilshuset in Hagaparken

More information: Enchanting Taiwan

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