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AIK – Falkenbergs FF

5 July  Friends Arena

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Djurgården – Helsingborgs IF

6 July  Tele2 Arena

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Hammarby – IK Sirius FK

11 July  Tele2 Arena

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Djurgården – Falkenbergs FF

15 July  Tele2 Arena

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Hammarby – IFK Göteborg

20 July  Tele2 Arena

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Djurgården – Östersund

22 July  Tele2 Arena

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AIK – Djurgården

26 July  Friends Arena

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Hammarby – Örebro

27 July  Tele2 Arena

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Djurgården – BK Häcken

1 August  Tele2 Arena

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Hammarby – Falkenbergs FF

5 August  Tele2 Arena

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AIK – IF Elfsborg

6 August  Friends Arena

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Djurgården – Hammarby

9 August  Tele2 Arena

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Djurgården – Mjällby AIF

12 August  Tele2 Arena

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AIK – Östersund

13 August  Friends Arena

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Hammarby – IF Elfsborg

16 August  Tele2 Arena

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Djurgården – IFK Göteborg

22 August  Tele2 Arena

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AIK – Helsingborg

23 August  Friends Arena

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AIK – BK Häcken

30 August  Friends Arena

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Hammarby – Kalmar FF

30 August  Tele2 Arena

Music/Show

Tove Lo

2 September  Annexet

Sports

Sverige-Frankrike

5 September  Friends Arena

Sports

Sverige-Portugal

8 September  Friends Arena

Music/Show

Elton John

18 - 19 September  Tele2 Arena

Music/Show

Jeff Lynne's ELO - cancelled

21 September  Ericsson Globe

Music/Show

Deep Purple

26 September  Hovet

Music/Show

Jeff Dunham

18 October  Hovet

Music/Show

The 1975

31 October  Annexet

Sports

Sverige-Kroatien

14 November  Friends Arena

Music/Show

Ozzy Osbourne

5 December  Friends Arena

Sports

Sweden International Horse Show - Postponed

18 - 21 February  Friends Arena

Music/Show

Cirque Du Soleil Corteo - All shows postponed until 2021!

25 - 28 February  Ericsson Globe

Music/Show

Harry Styles + King Princess - Postponed

1 March  Ericsson Globe

Music/Show

Seven Worlds One Planet (BBC) - postponed until 2021!

7 March  Ericsson Globe

Music/Show

Hammerfall - Canceled

28 March  Annexet

Music/Show

Hans Zimmer Live

1 April  Ericsson Globe

Music/Show

Isaac and The Soul Company - Postponed

9 April  Ericsson Globe

Music/Show

Bryan Adams - Postponed

22 April  Ericsson Globe

Music/Show

Suede - Postponed

27 April  Annexet

Music/Show

Brockhampton - postponed

1 May  Annexet

Music/Show

Den lilla sjöjungfrun-Postponed

2 May  Ericsson Globe

Music/Show

Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds - Postponed

4 May  Ericsson Globe

Music/Show

Green Day - Postponed

2 June  Tele2 Arena

Music/Show

Trevor Noah - Postponed to 2021

4 June  Ericsson Globe

Music/Show

Gabriel Iglesias – Beyond the Fluffy World Tour 2020 - Postponed until 2021

9 June  Hovet

Music/Show

Céline Dion - Postponed

13 June  Friends Arena

Music/Show

Pet Shop Boys - Framflyttad

16 June  Ericsson Globe

Music/Show

The Weeknd - POSTPONED

4 October  Ericsson Globe

Music/Show

Al Pitcher - Postponed

23 October  Hovet

Music/Show

Crossroads - Symphonic Rock In Concert - Postponed

23 October  Ericsson Globe

Ericsson Globe

The world’s largest spherical building

Ericsson Globe, the world’s largest spherical building, opened in 1989. A symbol both for Stockholm and Sweden, this is the arena that has hosted almost all major events during the past decades.

Ericsson Globe is the national arena for the Swedish national hockey team. This is the arena where Sweden won the hockey world championships (2013), the European handball championships (2002), where Nelson Mandela held a speech in 1990 and where world-class artists like U2, Bruce Springsteen, Lady Gaga and Beyoncé have performed sold-out events. The heavy rockband Metallica set the attendance record on May 7th, 2018: 17 303 fans visited Ericsson Globe. In March 2016 a new WiFi network in the arena.

Facts Ericsson Globe

Inaugurated: February 19, 1989
Architects: Berg Arkitektkontor AB
Size: Large
Audience capacity sport: 13 850
Audience capacity concerts: +16 000
Known for: Its enormous flexibility and its red interior