Still time for scary adventures, and a great weekend for beer lovers coming up

Many of you might be done trick or treating for the year, but you can still visit Liseberg Amusement Park and Universeum Science Centre and take part of scary fun for all ages until November 5. 

The popular Lights in Alingsås brings the world's leading lighting designers to Alingsås to illuminate the central part of the city. The festival started in October and ends on November 5. Alingsås is located just a short trip from Gothenburg.

Beer lovers rejoice, the popular beer festival All in Beerfest returns to Eriksbergshallen on November 3-4. Try beer from Breweries from all over the world and, of course, from the many local Gothenburg breweries. 18 years or older to enter, non-alcoholic beverages are available.

The festive season starts now

The official opening of Christmas City Gothenburg is on November 30, but the Christmas markets and concerts start a little earlier. The traditional Christmas market located in the shopping centre Nordstan premieres on November 17, as does the magical Christmas at Liseberg Amusement Park. Read more about all events during Christmas City Gothenburg here

Great gigs and concerts in club venues and arenas

Swedish artist Lorentz played one show this summer, here in Gothenburg at the Way Out West festival. Now he’s back in town for a gig at Trädgår’n on November 2. On November 8, Jill Johnson premieres her new show That’s life at The Theatre. The popular Swedish singer shares her favourite American pieces accompanied by a big band, dancers and vocalists.

Local favourite Amanda Werne, also known as Slowgold, interprets the music of the late Leonard Cohen in what promises to be a memorable night at the cinema Draken on November 10. The theatre Stora Teatern hosts the beloved singer Louise Hoffsten on November 15.

Wrapping up the concert month of Novemeber are legendary German rockers Scorpions, who’ll be performing at the Scandinavium arena on November 25. If you’ve got time for one more, head to Pustervik on November 30 and the lovely sounds of Loney Dear

Go for a run or try an obstacle course

The beautiful natural area of Skatås hosts the annual race Finalloppet on November 4, with several different distances on offer. If running bores you, try running while jumping, climbing and crawling. The obstacle race Ullevi Arena Challenge takes place inside and around the iconic Ullevi Stadium.

Adrenalin junkie and film buff? Then we have the perfect combination for you. The European Outdoor Film Tour brings breath-taking athletic feats and fascinating encounters to the big screen. 

World class dance performance and figure theatre festival

The GöteborgsOperans Danskompani has had great success with Noetic, performing on stages all over the world. Now they’re back home for 3 shows in November at the Göteborg Opera.

The Frölunda house of culture hosts Figur (more information in Swedish), an international Figure theatre festival for the third year running. Take in performances from Canada, Holland, Sweden and more during the festival week November 15-20. 

Karaoke in Majorna and relaxed dining near the event district  

Sing Sing is the first restaurant in Gothenburg to offer karaoke booths, where guests can belt out their favourite tunes on a night out without scaring off other guests. Wannabe superstars will be placed downstairs, the restaurant is located upstairs and serves Vietnamese food.         

The restaurant Epoque opened during October on the street Södra Vägen, located close to the main event area and stadiums. Here, guest can enjoy a drink or a three-course meal in a relaxed setting. 

Swedish Taste closed for refurbishment this summer and has now re-opened, the new restaurant is called Space 62, an innovative restaurant and meeting place that offers a unique culinary experience combined with a comfortable, relaxing atmosphere.