Open for all
Welcome to an area for all!
Our arenas make a district open for all, and your comfort and safety is our highest priority. We work in close co-operation with all our promoters to achieve the highest possible level of security and hospitality – before, during and after an event.
Since we are visited by millions of people each year, it is important for all of us to help in keeping the area clean, safe and tidy – for people living in the area, for visitors, for a better common experience.
All our arenas have priority seats designated for anyone with extra demands on availability and access in and out of the arena. An accompanying service person is also assigned to these seats.
Number of priority seats in our arenas
We always have a number of availability seats at all our events. The exact number may differ, depending on the design and public capacity of the event. The numbers below describe our standard configurations:
- Ericsson Globe – 32
- Tele2 Arena – 138
- Hovet – 25 (13 of which have obscured viewing)
- Annexet – built up for each event
If you want to book a priority seat, please contact us at +46(0)77-131 00 00.
Visit with children
In connection to events in Ericsson Globe and Hovet there is often the possibility of indoor push chair parking inside the arenas.
In connection to events at Tele2 Arena there is an assigned outdoor area for push chair parking. Ask our event hosts for directions. Please note that this push chair parking is unattended so feel free to bring your own pram lock. In connection with events at Tele2 Arena, locks are offered for sale at Ticket Info Norr.
In connection to events at Friends Arena, push chairs are usually allowed into the arena if they do not prevent or block evacuation routes and emergency exits. However, this is a promotor decision.
If you are wondering what applies to a specific event, please contact the promotor. Each event page shows who is the promotor.
Please bare in mind that Stockholm Live takes no responsibility for the push chair in case of damage or theft.
- Ericsson Globe – nursery rooms are found at section A7. Keys are available at the information desk next to entrance 2.
- Hovet – two handicap toilets with nursery tables are available at the foyer on each short side.
- Annexet – please talk to our event hosts for access to the nearest nursery room at the Ericsson Globe.
- Tele2 Arena – all handicap toilets are equipped with nursery tables.
- Friends Arena – there are four baby changing rooms located at each corner of the arena on stand 1 – at sections 103, 118, 123 and 138. At stand 2 there is a baby changing room at section 232 and on the private box level (level 5) there are two baby changing rooms adjacent to boxes 30 and 57.
Ericsson Globe, Annexet and Hovet: Hearing protectors can be borrowed against a deposition of id-card or drivers license at the information desk next to entrance 2 in Ericsson Globe.
Tele2 Arena: No hearing protectors available, please bring your own to protect your ears.
Killnoise earplugs and music plugs are sold at the arenas in connection to concerts at a cost of 60 SEK. Watch for vendors in purple or pink branded wear. Foam earplugs are also offered at 20 SEK.
At some events, a limited number of child seat cushions are available for our youngest visitors.