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What's On in Sweden: June 11th - June 17th

The Local · 10 Jun 2010, 11:39

Published: 10 Jun 2010 11:39 GMT+02:00

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Stockholm Jazz Festival

A wealth of acts from the cutting edge of the jazz world

Location: Skeppsholmen

Date: 10th - 12th June

Time: See website

More information: Stockholm Jazz Festival

The Ganglians

Sacramento based band bring their west coast sound to Debaser

Price: 50 kronor

Location: Debaser

Date: 11th June

Time: 10pm

More information: Debaser

Club Soweto

Club Soweto presents African Vibes. Music from Africa guaranteed to get you dancing.

Price: 100 kronor

Location: Bysis

Date: 12th June

Time: 10pm

More information: Club Soweto

Nanta! Cookin'

The Korean musical with global acclaim comes to Stockholm as part of the commemorations of the 60th anniversary of the Korean war.

Price: 200-300 kronor

Location: Cirkus

Date: 13th June

Time: 6.30pm

More information: Nanta!


Clandestino Festival

Incredible line-up of live acts including Adrian Sheerwood (UK) and Lee Scratch Perry (JAM)

Price: See website

Location: Röda Sten

Date: 11th - 13th June

More information: Clandestino Festival

Think Britain!

18 different and diverse events across Gothenburg which celebrate the relationship between the UK and Gothenburg

Location: See link

Date: 14th - 16th June

More information: Think Britain!

Jackson Browne and David Lindley

The legendary 70's singer songwriter plays lets rip in Gothenburg

Price: 550-570 kronor

Location: Trädgårdsföreningen

Date: 14th June

Time: 8pm

More information: Live Nation

Cirkus Bronett

Roll Up! Roll Up! Liseberg's main stage is turned into a circus tent for 6 days

Location: Liseberg

Date: 12th -17th June

Time: See website

More information: Liseberg


Luke Hess (DETROIT)

Echochord and Kontra-Musik present celebrated Detroit techno producer Luke Hess

Price: 80 kronor

Location: Inkonst

Date: 11th June

Time: 11pm

More information: Inkonst

Brasil Unite

A whole evening of Brazilian music and culture

Price: Free

Location: Folkets Park

Date: 12th June

Time: 6pm

More information: Folkets Park


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Gene Simmons, tongue, make up and all plays Malmö Stadium. Lock up your daughters.

Price: 590 - 795 kronor

Location: Malmö Stadium

Date: 13th June

Time: 5.30pm

More information: Kulturbolaget

The Flying Orchestra

Super Duper kids' music where you won't be able to sit still. Perfect for kids who can't sit still!

Price: Free

Location: Barnensscen, Folkets Park

Date: 16th June

Time: 2pm

More information: Barnensscen


Magnus Betnér - In English

Sweden's most controversial comedian, Magnus Betnér performs an exclusive preview of his Edinburgh Festival Show. Not to be missed!

Price: 175 kronor

Location: Sagateatern

Date: 12th June

Time: 8pm

More information: På Gång - Linköping

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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