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What's On in Sweden: June 18th - June 24th

The Local · 17 Jun 2010, 12:07

Published: 17 Jun 2010 12:07 GMT+02:00

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The Teenagers (US)

Cult French trio based in London sing cheesy French tunes in bad English.

Price: 50 kronor

Location: Debaser

Date: 18th June

Time: 10pm

More information: Debaser

The Royal Wedding

Victoria and Daniel tie the knot. On the streets, on TV and on a chocolate box near you.

Price: 20 million kronor

Location: Stockholm Cathedral

Date: 19th June

Time: 3.30pm

More information: Stockholm Town

Klub Kalashnikov

Slavic sounds with guest artist Antonia Vai

Price: 40 kronor

Location: KGB Bar

Date: 19th June

Time: 10pm

More information: Klub Kalashnikov

John Grant (US)

Grant's comeback tour after battling the demons of drink, cocaine and suicide. Set to his deep baritone voice.

Price: 160 kronor

Location: Hornstull Strand

Date: 23rd June

Time: 7pm

More information: Hornstull Strand



A host of cuddly metalheads descend upon Gothenberg. Artists include Rammstein, Bullet For My Valentine and Hellyeah

Price: 1450 kronor (2 days) 850 kronor (1 day)

Location: Frihamnen

Date: 18th/19th June

More information: Metaltown

Live Aquatic Festival

Established and up and coming acts inspired by the panoramic views of Röda Sten. All in aid of Water Aid

Price: 270 kronor

Location: Röda Sten

Date: 19th June

Time: 2pm

More information: Live Aquatic Festival

A Tribute To Michael Jackson

The King of Pop is still alive!! A tribute to the man who touched millions of people, young and old.

Price: 120 kronor

Location: Musikens Hus

Date: 19th June

Time: 8pm

More information: Musikens Hus


Rod Stewart

Tour of his latest album, 'Soulbook' dedicated to his soul heroes including Otis Reading, Sam Cooke, Jackie Wilson and more

Price: 695 - 905 kronor

Location: Malmö Arena

Date: 18th June

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Time: 6pm

More information: Kulturbolaget

Cabaret Moulin

Belles of the south entertain in style. Monthly dragshow with Cabaret Moulin at WONK.

Price: 50 kronor

Location: A2

Date: 19th June

Time: 11pm

More information: WONK


Zoltan Czörcz leads an international jazz jam session

Price: Free

Location: Carib Kreol

Date: 21st June

Time: 10pm

More information: Carib Kreol

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

Ben Kersley

The Local (news@thelocal.se)

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