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Everything from pop and rock to classical music or opera are offered on stage in clubs, concert venues and outdoor stages around town. There is surely something happening every day of the week when superstars and indie musicians visit Gothenburg.
The ship S/S Marieholm offers a genuine maritime dining room and a glass bar on the aft deck. She is moored at Packhuskajen next to the Gothenburg Opera. The restaurant offers a good menu a la carte at all gigs.
Throughout Point Music Festival, the Gothenburg Concert Hall will be transformed. With sound, lighting and design, we’ll create an atmosphere where anything can happen. An atmosphere where music, dance, performing art and other art forms meet in new, unexpected ways, sweeping the audience into an adventure.
Johan Larsson, more commonly known in Gothenburg as Redtop, is one of the city's top music promoters. He runs the club venue Pustervik and is also commited to setting up a new space for music, arts and creativity in the old industrial neigbhourhood Ringön. Take a look at his city.
Before radio and gramophone entered peoples homes it was possible to produce the sound of the big symphonic works, played in the concert houses, also at peoples homes, with the help of two people playing four-handed piano together.
The first days of summer are spent in Gothenburg, on the city's new music festival Gården. Enjoy, among others, Tame Impala, The Streets, Sweden's emerging R&B star Kali Uchi and Gothenburg's finest - Sarah Klang. In addition, the iconic Gothenburg Heroes Bad Bad Quartet are reunited to make their first concert in 14 years.
O3 features the spanish accordionist Esteban Algora, the italian flutist Alessandra Rombolá and the norwegian percussionist Ingar Zach.ua
With a new concert every other day or so we dare to make a promise. You will find something in the mix here that you like – no matter if it is pop, jazz or melodic death metal that makes you pump up the volume. See you in Gothenburg?
This week is the week of love in Gothenburg. On Valentine's Day February 14 you can warm your heart in the greenhouses in the Botanical garden. Live romantic music with Lilting Tunes and Annika Blennerhed, food and nice company.
Andra Långgatans Skivhandel is Gothenburg's largest thrift store for music and movies. Here, you can easily lose yourself for a few hours in their huge and well-stocked selection of vinyl, CD, DVD and Blu-ray.
Sweden’s new country music festival West Coast Country Festival will take place at Åby Arena in Gothenburg. The best country music artists from across Europe and USA will perform on the mainstage while you enjoy authentic American food and drinks. Put on your cowboy hat and boots and come to WCCF.
This year's festival has a new name and an equally exciting and varied selection of art and culture as previous years, entirely free to visit. The city will also be full of exciting flavors of sustainable food from all over the world
In the evening, bands like Snowstorm, M-Rock, Just Lizzy (Thin Lizzy Tribute), Vision - a tribute to ABBA, Motvind, Lollo Gardtman, Pirata and Vandor will perform on stage, more artists will be added. The day schedule includes performances for the young audience, featuring popular Allgott & Villgott, among others Everything is framed with food and drink.
Gothenburg’s music scene has a lot more than Håkan Hellström to offer, luckily. We met up with the up-and-coming hip hop duo Sammy and Johnny Bennett.
Hotel Scandic Europa got a facelift and opened a new restaurant and bar in 2014. The venue is complete with a live music stage and photo gallery. You can enjoy lunch, dinner or brunch.
Our classical music guide through the night, Bodil Asketorp, shares her vast knowledge (in swedish).
“One of our most thoughtful and intense musicians.” That’s what the New York Times wrote about experimental violinist Jennifer Koh, who is passionate about contemporary music.
The orchestra consists of students from the two year international master’s programme of symphonic orchestral playing at the Academy of Music and Drama, University of Gothenburg.
Who hasn’t been floored by the raw power of O, Fortuna, with orchestra, choir, and percussion? This grandiose music conquered the world following the original performance in Germany in 1936.
Isabelle Faust has played with leading orchestras such as the Berlin Philharmonic and the Boston Symphony, and has been praised for her “passion, disarming warmth, and electricity that can unveil the music’s hidden strains of lyricism.” (New York Times)
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