FOOD: JAPANESE SWEETS
Do you like Japanese treats? Well, then you’re in luck this weekend. Confectionery company Bon Aibon are hosting a pop-up at Östasiatiska museet where all kinds of sweet, cakes and sugary things will be on sale. As well as Japanese baking, there’ll also be Japanese tea and coffee on sale. It opens at 12:00, with a lot of guests expected, so get there early if you want to be able to grab something before the supply runs out.
FILM: JÄRVA FILMFESTIVAL
If you’re looking for outdoor cinema this summer, then the Järva film festival is perfect. They’re showing films outdoors on the big screen at Spånga IP all this week and continuing into the weekend. There’s one film for children and one for adults every day, so on Friday it’s Coco and Black Panther, Saturday Gnome Alone and Såsom i en spegel and on Sunday Dumma mej 3 and Silvana – väck mig när ni vaknat.
PARADE: STOCKHOLM PRIDE PARADE
And this one’s a pretty obvious call. Stockholm’s Pride Parade is the largest in the Nordic countries, with around 45,000 attendees, and this year starts on Kungsholmen before winding up towards the Pride Park at Stadion. It’s a 4km route, and it starts at 13:00.
Aug 4, Stadshuset, 13:00-16:00
CLUB: TOMMIE X DANCE PARTY
Who better to host Saturday’s big Pride party at Trädgården than fashion stylist Tommie X? X is joined by Tone Schunnesson for a b2b DJ set, with Namasenda, Silvana Iman, Kornel Kovacs and more also all booked to play R’n’B, techno, house and pop hits.
CONFERENCE: HUMAN RIGHTS CONFERENCE
Kulturhuset is being transformed into the EuroPride House, hosting multiple different events during the festival, and on August 3 the Human Rights Conference takes over the building, with talks and conversations on rights, values and more.
Aug 3, Kulturhuset/Europride House, 12:00-18:00