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The summer is almost here and May is packed with events all over town. Among the highlights you find Göteborgsvarvet Half Marathon, the music festival Knarrholmen in the archipelago, West Pride and The FIM Swedish Speedway Grand Prix.
The city is painted in all colours of the rainbow in late May. Don't miss the two-week long celebration of love.
29 MAY-2 JUNE
Summer is a lovely time – not only because the sun is shining and you get some time off work or school. It’s also the peak season for festivals and concerts. Check out the guide to some of the music highlights in the city, archipelago, amusement park and clubs.
This summer is all about sports in Gothenburg. We have picked some highlights – from the half marathon in spring to the UEFA Women’s Euro in July and beyond.
A unique music festival in the archipelago, with a line-up including El Perro del Mar, Young Galaxy, Jens Lekman.
The dance music festival Summerburst is back with artists like Axwell, Alesso, David Guetta and Steve Aoki.
VALLHALLA IP, 7-8 JUNE
The 10th edition of the metal festival, with bands like Slipknot, Korn and Motörhead.
GÖTEBORG GALOPP, 4-6 JULY
The annual music festival is back with The Knife, Local Natives, Of Monsters and Men and many others.
SLOTTSSKOGEN, 8-10 AUG
Two of the best teams in the world – Real Madrid and Paris saint German meet in Gothenburg.
ULLEVI, 27 JULI
The world's largest annual youth football tournament with 1,600 competing teams from 80 countries.
Gothenburg is, along with Halmstad, hosting group A with Sweden, Denmark, Finland and Italy. The matches in Gothenburg will be played at Gamla Ullevi, the national arena for women's football in Sweden. Don't miss the football party in Gothenburg.
GAMLA ULLEVI, 10-24 JULY
Signs, holograms and videos are all part of the innovative work of the American artist.
GOTHENBURG MUSEUM OF ART, 2 MAR- 1SEP, 2013
The contemporary exhibition exploring taboo love in China, features the work of 28 different artists.
THE MUSEUM OF WORLD CULTURE, 27 APR–8 DEC