Save Stockholm nightlife
Stockholm’s Club Culture is facing the biggest challenge in its history. In March, all of Stockholm’s‘s nightlife was shut down to prevent the spread of the coronavirus. The existence of many of the places that give Stockholm its identity is now threatened.
As a reaction to the closing of all Stockholm clubs and to the rest of the world being in quarantine, Stockholm is showing its support and solidarity by bringing the biggest possible digital club and music festival to your home.
This is how you can support Stockholm nightlife:
24 hours – 8 places!
24 hours culture streaming live from eight different places in Stockholm! United We Stream, the fenomena from Berlin that have brought millions to nightlife struggling during the corona pandemic, is coming to Stockholm June 6th.
Together with the City of Stockholm and Visit Stockholm the live broadcast festival United We Stream Sthlm will take place in eight different locations in Stockholm for 24 hours June 6 – June 7.
The purpose of United We Stream Sthlm is to raise money for venues, technical producers and artists in Stockholm affected by the corona pandemic.
The initiator of the project is the Stockholm Night Council with, among others, Jakob Grandin (Gather Festival, Trädgården Stockholm) and Johanna Beckman (Creative Director Trädgården Stockholm).
– This is a chance to really show off Stockholm as the vibrant city it really is, 24 hours a day. We will be the first country in the world to showcase eight magical places that represent Stockholm’s diversity and expression through United We Stream, says Jakob Grandin.