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This exhibition is about Andy Warhol's first own art exhibition in Europe, which was held at the Stockholm Museum of Modern Art. It includes many of the original pieces from the exhibition in 1968. Historical, political, ideological and cultural context will also be provided.Read more
Hornstulls Marknad is a summertime market, occurring every weekend in one of the greenest areas of Stockholm. Here you can stroll along the water and buy second hand items, including design, art, vintage, flea and delicacies. Additionally, there is also a wide range of food trucks where you can enjoy cuisine from all around the world.Read more
Stockholm Night of Culture is arguably one of the best nights of the year for people in Stockholm.
Why? Because most institutions of culture in the city open up their doors for free. For instance one can visit the Royal Swedish Opera, any museum or palace and plenty of other cool exhibitions/ shows.
“Dracula” at the Royal Dramatic Theatre follows a love story and handles deep philosophical questions about light and darkness, life and death. Love carries many elements of surprise, especially when a stranger shows up and says he’s been looking for you for 400 years. As is the case in this breathtaking opera that’s based on Bram Stoker’s classic novel from 1897. Take the chance to experience beautiful music, victorian clothing, revenge, blood and an magnificent choir. Please note that the play is in Swedish.Read more
The international music festival Lollapalooza is in 2019 having it's debut in it's third European city, Stockholm. Lollapalooza is an iconic festival, spread over three continents that attracts over a million visitors every year.
There will be four stages where some of the biggest along with upcoming stars, artists and bands of our time will perform. The genres will range from rock, to hiphop, to EDM.
Not only will there be concerts, but the festival will also include exciting food, drinks and cool art.
Picture Credit @ Johannes Riggelsen/ Lollapalooza Berlin 2017.
In the great Blue Hall of Stockholm’s City Hall, a beautiful celebration of Saint Lucy’s Day is held by Stockholms Musikgymnasium/Kungsholmens Gymnasium. 300 world class music students will perform the traditional Saint Lucia's Day songs as well as Christmas songs from all over the world.Read more