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Maskingatan 11, Gothenburg, SE, 41764

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»Tronik - Sandra Mosh

November 29, 2014 10:00 PM

Röda Sten 1
Gothenburg, 414 51

»The Traces Speak

November 29, 2014 10:00 AM

This permanent exhibit features archeological artifacts discovered in Western Sweden, which provides insight into the land's cultural history.

Norra Hamngatan 12
Gothenburg, 411 14

»The Gate To The West

November 29, 2014 10:00 AM

The Gate To The West is a permanent exhibit that explores, through numerous artifacts, the history of the region, from the Viking Age to the creation of Gothenburg in the 17th Century.  The region flourished thanks to Göta Alv (Göta River) and its role as gateway to the rest of Europe.

Norra Hamngatan 12
Gothenburg, 411 14

»Gothenburg: The New City

November 29, 2014 10:00 AM

Gothenburg: The New City gives visitors a chance to learn about the history and culture of Gothenburg from the time of its creation in 1621. This permanent exhibit features a variety of objects from when the city was new, and includes such varied artifacts as ceramics, glasswork, household items and more.

Norra Hamngatan 12
Gothenburg, 411 14


November 29, 2014 9:30 AM

This annual trade show is dedicated to the fitness industry.

Gothenburg, 411 04

»The Rainforest Zone

November 29, 2014 10:00 AM

A variety of wildlife inhabits the Universeum's re-created rainforest, which features an Anaconda Swamp, a Frog Forest, a species of endangered monkeys and more. The artificial rainforest resembles a real one well enough to make some of the species that are more picky breeders produce offspring at very high levels!

Södra vägen 50
Gothenburg, 412 54

»Christmas At Liseberg

November 29, 2014

With incredible decorations and upwards of 5 million Christmas lights, this Christmas market is the largest and most exciting in Sweden. Shoppers will be able to find exquisite tree decor, crafts, and all the typical Swedish holiday staples: chocolates, cheese, herring and mustard. Don't miss it!

Gothenburg, 402 22

»Parkway Drive

November 30, 2014 6:00 PM

Parkway Drive is a metalcore outfit from New South Wales, Australia. Similar to like-minded contemporaries such as As I Lay Dying and In Flames, the five-piece combines the pummeling riffs and rhythms of metal with the brash intensity of hardcore. Parkway Drive formed in the relatively low key town of Byron Bay in 2003, taking its name from a local countryside road. Don't Close Your Eyes, the band's 2004 debut EP, caught the attention of Australian metal and hardcore fans, and by the following year the group had signed to Epitaph Records. Steadily releasing increasingly ambitious studio albums ever since, Parkway Drive has managed to carve out its out little niche in the crowded metalcore scene.

Nya Allén 11
Gothenburg, 411 38

»Röhsska Museum Guided Tours

December 02, 2014 4:00 PM

Learn more about the museum's exhibits through guided tours, usually available on Tuesdays. The tours change depending on what exhibitions the Röhsska Museum currently has on display. Please visit the museum's online calendar to find out more about their upcoming tours. The tours are included in the price of admission.

Vasagatan 37-39
Gothenburg, 411 37

»Isac Elliot

December 07, 2014 8:00 PM

Nya Allén 11
Gothenburg, 411 38


December 12, 2014 7:00 PM

Yiddish-speakers, please note that Meshuggah in this context is the name of a Swedish experimental metal band. (For all others, take this as a vocabulary lesson: Meshuggah means “crazy ”in Yiddish.) The band formed and debuted in the late 1980s, and has since made a significant name for itself on the extreme underground music scene. Meshuggah’s music is most duly noted for its complex polyrhythms and innovation in the realm of metal genres.

Järntorgsgatan 12
Gothenburg, 413 01

»St. Lucia Day

December 13, 2014

The cold December mornings don't deter Lucia and her entourage to sing and perform special songs year after year. A young girl dresses up in white with a crown of candles on her head and turns up at people's homes. She is followed by little girls and boys dressed in white too; together they enter the dark rooms of the houses, thus bringing light in the darkness. This symbolizes the act of good over evil. After the procession, saffron-laced buns and gingerbread biscuits are served with Glogg (a sweet almond and raisins wine).

Gothenburg, 411 04
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