The Weekender Sep 7, 8, 9: Your Guide To Stockholm’s Weekend

Austin Maloney
Posted 2 weeks ago in More

Weekend
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CLUB: ARETHA – EN HYLLINGSKVÄLL
If you’re still feeling a little raw after the passing of Aretha Franklin, you’ll have to chance to pay tribute to the soul legend’s talent this Saturday at Debaser. Music magazine HYMN are putting on a special night in her honour, with DJs playing Franklin’s big hits, and lesser-known gems. Doors open at 18:00 with DJs on at 22:00.

Sep 8, 22:00-03:00, Debaser Strand

FOOD: STHLM STREET FOOD
One for the foodie fans, as Sthlm Street Food festival returns to Kungsträdgården this weekend. You’ll have the chance to try food from all over the world, as well as checking out some street art and on-site entertainment. The Swedish Food Truck championships will also take place, with the winner heading to the world championships in Berlin later this year.
Sep 8, 11:00-19:00, Kungsträdgården 

CLUB: TRÄDGÅRDEN
The official end of summer is here. It’s the last weekend of Trädgården, so this is your chance to say goodbye until 2019. The line-up is well, massive, with (deep breath) Rasuul, SHADEDBYNATURE , Johan Brolund, Johanna Beckman, Jakob Grandin , Gavin Maycroft, Alexandra Dahlström, Shewit Tesfagabreal, Parisa Kohnechian, Mirja , My Gander, Axel Myrberg, Zozo & Jelassi, Aissa Diene, Salla and Cinnamon Boys all booked in.
Sep 8-9, 17:00-03:00, Trädgården

GIG: BEACHTAPE/ BUSY TANNING
It’s an indie double-bill at Landet on Friday. Beachtape come all the way from Brighton (feels like every UK indie band is from Brighton?) to bring their slow, swirling alt-rock to Stockholm. Busy Tanning come from the slightly (very slightly) location of Umeå, having released their debut EP Modern Times earlier this year.

Sep 7, 20:00-01:00, Landet

FILM: NAUSICAÄ AND THE VALLEY OF THE WIND
Studio Ghibli co-founder Hayao Miyazaki is one of everyone’s favourite filmmakers, with his charming, humorous but affecting films making his Studio Ghibli world famous and bringing Japanese animated cinema to new places. Now SF Bio are celebrating his legacy with their series Miyazaki X 10, showing ten of his most celebrated films over the next few months at their cinemas in Stockholm. The series kicks off on Saturday with an early one, Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind (1984), the story of a warrior princess which includes some of Miyazaki’s favourite themes like environmentalism and spectacular flying machines. It plays from Saturday to Thursday.


Sep 8, Various locations

Main Image: Beachtape by Keiran Kavanagh

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