Stockholm is a city that comes to life in summer and the island of Skeppsholmen, surrounded by the city’s glittering water landscapes, lies at the heart of this yearly event. Acting as a cultural hub for both Sweden and Scandinavia, Stockholm is a city well deserving of its own international music festival. Stockholm Music & Arts is that festival and with food, drink and great company we will celebrate the city, summer, art and music in a distinctive urban archipelago setting.
Continuing the tradition of Skeppsholm’s Festival, Stockholm Jazz & Blues and Sthlm Jazz Fest, we aim to provide a high quality program that is both ambitious and unique that will help expand the musical and cultural horizons of our nation’s capital. From August 2-4, 2013, Stockholm Music & Arts will contuine last years success (Patti Smith, Björk, Antony & The Johnson, Emily Roysdon and many more) and offer a program that combines intelligent art with distinct musical artistry – some of the best Sweden and the world have to offer.
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Tickets can be bought via www.ticnet.se or by telephone at +46 (0)77-170 70 70.
Day-tickets cost 600-900 SEK + booking fee and 3-day festival passes cost 1650 SEK + booking fee.
Please note that all ticket holders must be over 13 years of age. Small children and babies will not be allowed onto the festival site. This is due to Swedish rules and guidelines regarding sound levels at live concerts.
For more information on Stockholm, and to book hotels online please visit www.visitstockholm.com. Skeppsholmen is centrally located and easy to reach by foot or public transportation. The nearest metro station is Kungsträdgården. Skeppsholmen can also be reached by with Bus 65 or with the Djurgården Ferry. For more information on public transportation in Stockholm, and to plan your trip visit www.sl.se. To find out more about ferries visit www.waxholmsbolaget.se.