The Weekender Nov 8, 9, 10: Your Guide To Stockholm’s Weekend

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Tami T makes electronic pop music that’s firmly enmeshed in the internet’s hyperactive, glitchy cyberworld, eclectic, innovative and hyper-bright. Having toured with another art-pop auteur in Fever Ray, 2019 was a big year for her as she released debut album High Pitched & Moist. This weekend she brings it to Hus 7, with support from multi-dimensional artist Pheeyownah.

Nov 9, 20:00, Hus 7

If you’ve even stepped onto a Stockholm dancefloor over the past couple of years, or even just been within hearing range of one, you’ll know who Madi Banja is. The R’n’B artist has provided some monster hits over the past while, that have dominated the city’s nightclubs, and now his debut album, Välsignelsen, landed in June. You can catch him live this weekend at Nalen.

Nov 8, 20:00-02:00, Nalen

Are you a fanatical foodie? Then there’s only one place to be this weekend. Sthlm Food & Wine is one of the city’s biggest food festivals of the year, and it’ll see Stockholmmässan in Älvsjö filled with exhibitors’ stalls, cooking workshops and lectures. If you work in the industry, or are just looking for inspiration for your next dinner party, this will be of interest to anyone with an inventive dining spirit.
Nov 8-10, Stockholmsmässan

Alternatively, if you’re a more specific kind of food and drink nerd, then maybe Sthlm Coffee Festival is your thing. They’re taking over A House to showcase both new coffee technology (even faster and fancier machines) as well as exciting new beans and everything in-between. You can also meet the people behind your favourite coffee brands. Entry is free.
Nov 9, 10:00-17:00, A House

This week marks the start of Stockholm International Film Festival, and you can find out a lot more about that in our feature here. But one of the festival’s highlights is coming in icy form to Kungsträdsgården this weekend. In collaboration with the famous Icehotel, they’re bringing the inverse of their annual Sommarbio, the Vinterbio, to the park on Saturday and Sunday. With a film screen made from ice from the Torne River in the far north, they’ll be showing Martin Scorcese’s After Hours (which stars the festival’s 2019 special guest, Rosanna Arquette) and Henry Sellick’s The Nightmare Before Christmas. It’s guaranteed to be a magical experience, so it’s worth packing some warm drinks and heading on down.

Nov 9, 10, 16:00, Kungsträdsgården

Photo: Tami T, by Julian Curico


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