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What's On in Sweden: August 20th - 26th

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What's On in Sweden: August 20th - 26th
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What's on in Sweden: Magnificent men and their flying machines in Stockholm, midnight runners in Gothenburg, and it's festival time in Malmö.

STOCKHOLM

Potato Potato

You say potato... I say... well, potato. Oxford based alternative folk quartet bring their cheery selves to Stockholm. They play a range of instruments, although surprisingly there's no tuber.

Price: 100 kronor

Location: Musik Valvet

Date: 19th - 21st August

Time: 8pm

More information: Musik Valvet

Stockholm Airshow

The Stockholm airshow celebrates its 100th anniversary. See planes, helicopters and other airborne machines in the air and on the ground.

Price: Free

Location: Gärdet

Date: 21st and 22nd August

Time: 11am to 4pm

More information: Stockholm Air Show

Battle of Britain - A brew for the few

Commemoration service for the anniversary of The Battle of Britain at the English Church followed by a proper English garden party - 'Guess the weight of the cake', raffle, tea and coffee. Plus a Spitfire fly-past (weather permitting).

Price: 50 kronor

Location: The English Church

Date: 22nd August

Time: Midday to 3pm

More information: Association of British and Commonwealth Servicemen and Women in Sweden

Being Joe Cool

Charles M. Schultz's most famous creation is 60 this year. To celebrate, the Nordic Light Hotel have dedicated an exhibition to Snoopy's alter-ego, Joe Cool.

Price: Free

Location: The Nordic Light Hotel

Date: until October 31st

More information: Nordic Light Hotel

James Yuill

Melancholic Englishman, James Yuill plays a low key warm up for the following days' Popaganda festival

Price: Free

Location: Södra Teatern

Date: 26th August

Time: 5pm

More information: Södra Teatern

GOTHENBURG

Göteborg City Criterium

Professional cycle racing in the heart of Gothenburg

Price: free

Location: Start at Gustav Adolfs Torg

Date: 20th August

Time: From 4pm

More information: Race Weekend

Midnattsloppet

Gothenburg's midnight race. Runners, joggers and other masochists pound 10km of tarmac round the city.

Location: The moonlit streets of Gotenburg

Date: 21st August

Time: Midnight

More information: Midnattsloppet

La Jugada

Cuban music that is intense and elegant. The sound and rhythm of the Caribbean where anything is possible.

Price: 180 kronor

Location: Nefertiti

Date: 21st August

Time: 8pm

More information: Nefertiti

Ferry Corsten (NL)

One of the world's top DJs (As confirmed by his high ranking in DJ magazine's Top 100 DJs) comes to Gothenburg.

Price: 380 - 550 kronor

Location: Trädgår'n

Date: 26th August

More information: Trägår'n

MALMÖ

Malmö Festival

A week of music, art, sport, design, food and drink. A programme that includes many international artists

Location: Malmö

Date: 20th - 27th August

More information: Malmö Festivalen

The Depreciation Guild (US)

After party after the Malmö Festival at På Besök.

Price: 30 kronor

Location: På Besök

Date: 21st August

Time: 10pm

More information: På Besök

Wisemen Sound System

Reggae, Roots and Culture at Bodoni.

Location: Bodoni

Date: 26th August

Time: 10pm

More information: Bodoni

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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