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Festivals & Events
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Hultsfred Rock Festival
June

Sweden's largest rock festival for young and old. Sideshows incl. acrobats, comedians, tightrope walkers, jugglers, mimics, musicians and dancers.





Photo: Swedish Travel & Tourism Council

Midsummer celebrations all over the country
June

Perhaps the most characteristically Swedish tradition of all is the Midsummer celebration. The Midsummer holiday is celebrated on the weekend closest to 24 June, with Midsummer Eve on Friday followed by Midsummer Day on Saturday. Midsummer marks the longest day of the year, and the skies never really grow dark.





Photo: Swedish Travel & Tourism Council

Music on Lake Siljan
June

The Peer Gynt Festival is a ten day long cultural festival with an open air performance of Henrik Ibsens Peer Gynt, with music by Edvard Grieg, open air consert "Ved Rondane", art exhibition, and much more.


Around Gotland Sailing race
June - July

The worlds largest offshore sailing race.
ksss@ksss.se





Photo: Swedish Travel & Tourism Council

The Hälsinge Hambo
July

A huge festive and colorful, long line dance. Dance groups from Sweden and abroad dance and play while the World Champion of Hambo is selected from the thousands of dancing couples.
info@halsingehambon.x.se





Photo: Swedish Travel & Tourism Council

Victoria Day
July

The island of Öland's National Day, celebrating Crown Princess Victoria's birthday with the Royal family. The ”Victoria Mini Marathon” is held during the day, and an extended marathon in the evening. The prestigious ”Victoria scholarship” is presented to a sports achiever. Information: Öland Tourist Office, tel: +46-485-390 20; Fax: 46-485-390 10






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Stockholm Jazz Festival
July

International jazz festival with international and Swedish world-acclaimed artists from the genres of jazz, blues, soul, funk and latin. In the center of Stockholm people gather to eat and enjoy the view as they listen to artists from all over the world. Sit and enjoy or dance to swing bands on the smaller stages.
info@stockholmjazz.com





Photo: Swedish Travel & Tourism Council

Medieval Festival Week
August

For one week the old town of Visby on the island of Gotland goes back in time to the Middle Ages. Locals dress up in historic costumes, knights demonstrate their strength in jousting tournaments and a maiden is locked in a tower. Carnival atmosphere and festivities; a mixture of sobriety and merriment, education and carnival extravagance in a genuine medieval town.
info@medeltidsveckan.com





Photo: Swedish Travel & Tourism Council

The Gothenburg party
August

Swedens second largest and, some say, friendlest city throws a week long festival with an abundance of activities in the city center





Photo: Swedish Travel & Tourism Council

Lidingö Cross-Country Race
October

The worlds largest cross-country race for runners in beautiful Lindingö outside of Stockholm
info@lidingoloppet.se


Stockholm Open
October

The world famous tennis tournament.





Photo: Swedish Travel & Tourism Council

Stockholm International Film Festival
November

International film festival premiering over 100 films from all over the world.
info@filmfestivalen.se





Photo: Swedish Travel & Tourism Council

Nobel Prize Day
December

The Nobel Prize Awards are presented by H.M. the King at a formal ceremony in the Stockholm Concert Hall. By special invitation only. Banquet follows at the Stockholm City Hall.
info@nobel.se





Photo: Swedish Travel & Tourism Council

ST. Lucia Day
December

The coronation of Saint Lucia, the bearer of light. Celebrated all over Sweden on the darkest night of the year, December 13, when a young woman is chosen to lead the annual procession of light at Skansen open air museum.






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