CLUB: UNDER BRON
Trädgården is dead, forget it ever existed (until next summer at least). Now its evil twin Under Bron is back for the darker months, kicking off this Friday. A packed line-up of DJs will be bringing the weird sounds to the dark spaces of the club, and there’ll even be an art show with director N.aleg from 19:00-22:00. And in a new addition for this season, their restaurant Växthuset is open for late dining, 23:00-03:00.
Sep 20, 19:00-05:00, Under Bron
Beer festivals have become a popular event over the last few years, so it’s no surprise that wine festivals are hot on their tail. This one at Färgfabriken has a very simple pitch – lots of wine in quantity and variety, along with great DJs including Axel Boman, Leo Forssel and HNNY.
Sep 21, 16:00-03:00, Färgfabriken
DJ MARATHON: COMPACT LIVING CLUB
Nomad Bar is the home to a heavy experiment this weekend – how many DJs can you pack into one night? Friday will see 24 scramble over the decks, with an extra catch – it’s all on CD. Profet Musik and Compact Disc Jockey host a hectic party that also includes a live set from Soy Boy.
Sep 20, 17:00-01:00, Nomad
ART: GOT IT FOR CHEAP
Got It For Cheap is a travelling art show, and this week it’s coming to Stockholm at Gallery Steinsland Berliner. The concept is probably something you can derive from the name – they put on a group show of original work on paper, and it goes for the low price of 300kr (1000kr for A3 size). It’s a way to bring art back into real people’s price range, as well as provide a platform for young artists.
Sep 20-21, Gallery Steinsland Berliner
FILM FESTIVAL: PANORAMICA
Stockholm’s Latin American film festival Panoramica returns this week, with showings at Bio Rio, Zita Folkets Bio, Skärisbiografen and Bio Valentino between September 17 and 22. If you’re only stepping into the festival for the weekend, you can start off on Friday Equador’s Juan Sebastián Jácome’s film Cenizas, at Zita Folkets Bio at 18:00.
Sep 17-22, various venues
Main image: Under Bron’s Johanna Beckman and Johanna Schneider. Photo: Märta Thisner