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What's On in Sweden: January 1st - 7th

The Local · 30 Dec 2009, 21:26

Published: 30 Dec 2009 21:26 GMT+01:00

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Stockholm Tango Festival

¡La Milonga Sueca! Buenos Aires comes to Stockholm

Price: See website

Location: Brommasalen, Alviks Medborgarhus

Date: 29 December to 2nd January

More information: Tango Norte

Human Superheroes

Artist Andreas Englund gives superheroes a human twist in the stylish surroundings of The Lydmar

Price: Free

Location:Lydmar Hotel

Date: Until 24th January

More information: Lydmar Hotel

Jason Rouse - International Terrorism

A Laughs At The Liffey special with controversial Canadian comedian Jason Rouse

Price: 50 kronor

Location: The Liffey, Gamla Stan

Date: 2nd January

Time: 8pm

More information: Laughs At The Liffey

Twelfth Night Blues

Xmas ain't over yet! Stockholm Blues Society invite you to get up and get down.

Price: 275 kronor

Location: Fasching

Date: 5th January

Time: 8pm

More information: Trettondags Blues

Riverdance - The Farewell Tour

Begorra! The Irish phenomena that's been wowing audiences since 1994 is saying farewell.

Price: 395-595 kronor

Location: Annexet

Date: 5th - 10th January

Time: 7.30pm (some matinees)

More information: Live Nation


Christmas with Pippi

Iconic Swedish kid's hero performs at iconic Swedish park, Liseberg

Price: See Website

Location: Lisebergsteatern

Date: until 10th January

Time: 1pm and 4pm

More information: Lisebergsteatern

I Dare You!

Would you dare to touch a cockroach or put your hand in a secret box(?). Learn about science in a slightly masochistic way.

Price: See website


Date: until 10th January

More information: Universeum

Sticky Fingers

Gothenburg's premier Rock club, rocks out!

Price:80 kronor

Location:Sticky Fingers,

Date: 2nd January

Time: 9pm

More information: Sticky Fingers

Modern Lovers

Craig Jamieson's famous Scottish night plays Gothenburg once a month. DJ's from the UK and GBG

Price:100 kronor

Location: Ritz, Bastionplatsen,2

Date: 2nd January

Time: 10pm

More information: Ritz


Blame It On The Stones

One of Malmö's hottest live bands..... Live!

Price: Free

Location: Mässingshörnet

Date: 2nd January

Time: 9pm

More information: Mässingshörnet


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Malmö Symphony Orchestra give Christmas one last musical blast. With dancers from the Unga Danskompaniet

Price: 200 kronor

Location: Malmö Konserthus

Date: 6th January

Time: 3pm and 6pm

More information: Malmö Symphony Orchestra

Zsa Zsa Zsu

Club Night on Malmö's very own Love Boat

Price: 80 kronor

Location: Prins Bernhard, Skeppsbron 4

Date: 1st January

Time: 10pm

More information: Prins Bernhard

Step It Up!?

Dubstep and Krautrock accompanied by the smell of Tandoori Chicken. Spaced Out film projections too. Could this club have it all?

Price: Free

Location: Indian Curry Hut

Date: 5th January

Time: 9.30pm

More information: Indian Curry Hut

Do you know of any upcoming events our readers might like to attend? Drop us a line at whatson@thelocal.se

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