Bruce Springsteen, David Bowie, Madonna, Michael Jackson and our very own Håkan Hellström have all played at Ullevi over the years. The outdoor arena opnened in 1958 and is still the largest in the country with room for 75 000 concert-goers. Sometimes refered to as "nya Ullevi", the new Ullevi, despite its age.
Where: On the corner of Skånegatan and Ullevigatan.
Stop: Ullevi norra and Ullevi södra.
The home of both the ice-hockey team Frölunda Indians and Gothenburg Horse Show – plus a number of concerts every year. During autumn 2017, the venue has gone through a major transformation and now have two new restaurants (during events) Glöd Kök & Bar and Pouls Restaurang.
Stop: Scandinavium or Korsvägen.
The history is dating back to the spring of 1858 when a café opened here. Since then Trädgård'n has burned down twice and the current building opened in 1998. Since then, more than 1400 concerts and shows has taken place here. The restaurant is open during events.
This is the place for everything from contemporary circus, theatre and performing arts to music and talks. The adorned salon has three balconies, paintings and chandelier in perfect condition (although today powered by electricity and not gas) and the theatre and its more than 6000 square metre is now a listed building. Enjoy the bar Kristallbaren and the restaurant Teaterkällaren. During summer there is also the option to sit outside in the roomy outdoor terrace Storköket where The Bare are serving burgers.
Where: Where Kungsparken meets Avenyn.
The club Pustervik has been part of the entertainment scene in Gothenburg since the 20s – first in movies and theatre and now gigs and clubs. In 2012 the old movie and theatre salon became the large club and concert venue you see here today. The programme always features both local and international acts, some larger and some small. Foajén, the foyer, is open during daytime and serves a popular soup lunch. Upstairs you find the restaurant Matsalen – open during evenings too, except Mondays.