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Four fierce autumn club nights in Sweden

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Four fierce autumn club nights in Sweden
Duo Raw will host Club Queer in Gothenburg this weekend. Photo: Club Queer/Joakim Palm Karlsson
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Sweden's outdoor drinking season may be over, but there are plenty of hot club nights to choose from across Sweden this week. Here are The Local's top tips alongside our regular interactive calendar of music, culture and family activities around the country.
1. Art of Sound, Slakthuset, Stockholm
 
Four floors of techno and house music, 16 live performances, and a host of creative art installations are making their way to Slakthuset in Stockholm on Saturday 26th September (subway stop Globen). There will even be a tent large enough to squeeze in 400 ravers put up on the club's roof terrace. Stockholm resident Vincent Rydell is the headliner on the Techno/Berlin floor while Londoner Letizia Carrero, a regular at Ministry of Sound in London and Privilege Ibiza, will be getting the crowds dancing in the house room. Entry on the night costs 180 kronor.
 
 
2. Woohah!, Babel, Malmö
 
Southern Sweden's ultimate R&B and hip hop night is set to cause a stir when it hits Babel, a former church turned club venue in Malmö on Saturday 26th September. The biggest names on the bill include Uppsala-born DJ Large and Grow Digga and Boy who are visiting Sweden from Nashville in the US. Entry is 80 kronor before midnight, 120 kronor thereafter.
 
 
3. Opening, Under Bron, Stockholm 
 
While the Swedish capital's biggest open air party spot, Trädgården, has closed for the winter, Under Bron, which forms part of the same complex underneath one of Stockholm's largest bridges kickstarts its autumnal festivities this weekend with an impressive line-up. Bella Sarris headlines the downstairs dancefloor on Friday 25th September and fellow Australian Andras Fox takes to the decks upstairs. Entry is free before 11pm, 120 kronor before midnight and 170 kronor thereafter. Subway stop, Skanstull.
 
 
4. Club Queer, Park Lane, Gothenburg
 
One of west Sweden's most popular clubs, Park Lane puts on an LGBTQ night once a month and September's instalment looks set to be a showstopper. On Friday 25th September the event will be hosted by Duo Raw, two of the toughest yet sparkliest drag queens in Scandinavia who describe themselves as giant "disco goblins" dedicated to their dogs Daglas and Scout when they're not wooing partygoers from the stage. DJ Kat & DJ Zocky and the GO-GO Boyz are among the other names on the bill. Entry is 120 kronor.
 
 
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