29 May 2024
What’s On and Where to Go: September
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What’s On and Where to Go: September

Just because the sun sets a little sooner doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy yourself! In fact, YLC has assembled a treasury of events which makes this September fab!


Taste of Stockholm

Definitely the must-do of September, Taste of Stockholm has also been called The World’s Finest Restaurant Festival. Wine, beer, fine cheeses and breads, sweets and meats…It’s all yours for the tasting from the 6th to 9th of September! You can also take classes from professional chefs and meet some of the most famous chefs of Sweden.

When: September 6th to 8th

Where: Riddarholmen, Stockholm

Cost: 200 to 650 SEK

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Wine Australia Nordic Tasting 2013

For those who want to slip into September the classy way, why not a wine tasting from the sun down under? On September 9th, guests will be able to smack their lips on over 200 wines from across Australia. And the event takes place at the Grand Hotel – just being there is an experience of its own, one which will make you feel like a million kronor. Just leave the crocs at home!

When: September 9th, 18:00

Where: The Grand Hotel, Södra Blasieholmshamnen 8

Cost: Between 170 and 225 SEK

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African Masterpieces

Take a step back to warmer, more primitive times when you see the exhibit of African masterpieces on Skeppsholmen. The exhibit, put on by the Swedish National Museums of World Culture ,tells the story of the old African civilization Ife, the ancestors of many modern Nigerians. Over 100 sculptures are featured, dating from the 1100s to the 1500s. You have until February to catch the exhibit, but why wait? Passa på and see it when it arrives September 7th!

When: September 7th onwards

Where:  Bergrummet, Skeppsholmen, Stockholm

Cost: adults 150 SEK, children under 18 go in for free

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Ghost! The Musical

Ease into fall with a pre-Halloween pinch of poltergeist. The popular Swedish musical Spök! (Ghost!) is back! With rave reviews and Swedish stars such as Måns Zelmerlöw and Lena Philipsson, the show is a theaterical event for all ages. The show runs from September 14th at Cirkus, the gorgeous old theater building by Skansen.

When: Opening night September 13th

Where: Cirkus, Djurgården, Stockholm

Cost: 270 to 1160 SEK

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Homo Patologicus: Medical Diagnoses of Our Time

Diagnoses such as anxiety, depression, ADHD and technology dependence are becoming more and more common…and are closely tied to the times we live in. Why can’t we stop eating, worrying, gaming? When is it natural and when is it sickness? Fredrik Svenaeus, professor of philosphy from Södertörn University, will discuss these questions and more in a lecture on September 16th. Note: The lecture will be in Swedish!

When: September 17, 7pm

Where: Södra teatern, Stockholm

Cost: 80 SEK

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Carmen at Regina, the Spagetti Opera

If you have ever walked all the way up Drottninggatan from Sergelstorg, you’ve seen Regina, “Spaghettioperan”. The question is, what on earth is a spaghetti opera? Well, it’s where you can sit and eat spaghetti and drink fine wine while the music and passion of Bizet’s opera Carmen unfolds around you! The last time Regina put on the show was 14 years ago, so don’t miss your chance! It opens on September 19th and plays thrugh November.

When: Opens on September 19th

Where: Regina, Spaghettioperan, Stockholm

Cost: 320 to 1540 SEK


Everything About Gardens Anniversary Party

If gardening is your thing, Allt om Trädgård has just the event for you! The magazine is turning 20 and is celebrating the occasion with a party in the garden at Ulriksdal in Stockholm. There will be food, drink, entertainment, dance, book signings and inspiring speakers. All sorts of gardening books and items will also be on sale.

When: September 21st

Where: Slottsträdgårdsvägen 8, Ulriksdal

Cost: 530 – 635 SEK

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