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  • What's on: September

    What's on: September

    Books and authors, local fashion, football or mid-1900s photography are just some of all there is to explore in Gothenburg this month. Make the most of the late summer days, come rain or shine, with our guide to September.

  • Music

    Music

    Gothenburg is truly the music city of Scandinavia. Here's what's on in music.

  • Champions Hockey leauge

    Champions Hockey leauge

    The new European hockey leauge with 44 teams from 11 countries.

    SCANDINAVIUM ARENA,
    4, 7 & 24 SEP

  • Gothenburg classic boat festival

    Gothenburg classic boat festival

    Explore old ships, schooners and boats on the Eriksberg jetty.

    ERIKSBERG, 27-28 SEP

  • Ghost

    Ghost

    The metal band Ghost won the Swedish grammy award and P3 Guld award, and promises to bring a live show out of the ordinary. Musically, the band mixes 60s psychedelia, heavy metal and beyond.

    LISEBERG AMUSEMENT PARK,27 SEP

  • Gothenburg Book Fair

    Gothenburg Book Fair

    Scandinavia's largest literary festival. A place for all who love the written word. The last weekend of September every year the book fair offers exciting sessions, interesting discussions, lectures, author spotting, book talks and more.

    SWEDISH EXHIBITION & CONGRESS CENTRE, 25-28 SEP

  • Street Photography

    Street Photography

    The Mid-1900s in NYC and Chicago through the lense of American Vivian Maier.

    HASSELBLAD CENTER,
    30 AUG-19 OCT

  • Toughest

    Toughest

    The elite and hobby sportsmen and women meet in the toughest challenge of the year.

    18 OCT, KVIBERGS PARK

  • The Knife

    The Knife

    Shaking the Habitual Show Tour is nearly over, but The Knife makes a stop in Gothenburg before it's time to wrap it up.

    GOTHENBURG FILM STUDIOS, NOV 1

  • The magic numbers

    The magic numbers

    British indie pop band The Magic Numbers are back in Sweden.The new album Alias was released in August.

    PUSTERVIK, 28 OCTOBER

  • Gothenburg from above

    Gothenburg from above

    Explore the city with a series of aerial photographs by Lars Bygdemark. The exhibition showcases some of his best work and features traces of 400 year-old-buildings, still visible in the urban landscape.

    GÖTEBORG CITY MUSEUM, 22 FEB 2014–11 JAN 2015

  • The Scenery of Gothic Fiction

    The Scenery of Gothic Fiction

    Within many of today’s subcultures there is a high interest for gothic horror and dramatic sceneries. This genre is however dating over 150 years back in time, originating from the romanticism of the 18th and 19th centuries.


    GOTHENBURG MUSEUM OF ART, 20 SEP-25 JAN

  • Friction of Ideas

    Friction of Ideas

    Highly esteemed paintings from Paul Gauguin, Émile Bernard and Vang Gogh in the same exhibition.

    GOTHENBURG MUSEUM OF ART, 19 JULY–19 OKT

  • Nordic jewellery

    Nordic jewellery

    From the Coolest Corner is the largest exhibiton ever of its kind and features works by more than 60 artists.

    THE RÖHSSKA MUSEUM, JUN 2 - SEP 21

  • Ane Brun

    Ane Brun

    Norwegian singer-songwriter Ane Brun is now back on stage, accompanied by her acoustic guitar.

    GOTHENBURG CONCERT HALL, 12 OCT

  • First Aid Kit

    First Aid Kit

    Swedish folk and country musicians First Aid Kit are finally back in Gothenburg.

    GOTHENBURG CONCERT HALL, 13-15 OCT

  • In Flames

    In Flames

    The pride of Gothenburg and Sweden, In Flames, are back! The new album will be released this September and the band is playing in Scandinavium a couple of months later.

    SCANDINAVIUM, 8 NOV