Avicii Arena

Avicii Arenas iconic shape has made it one of Stockholm’s most renowned landmarks. This is where almost all major events in Sweden were held from 1989 and forward, making it hold a very special place in the hearts of the Swedish people. On the 19th of May 2021 it got its current name in honor of Tim Bergling.

Strawberry Arena

As the National Arena of Sweden, this is where grand moments and great memories are created, from celebrating the biggest football wins to experiencing world famous artists giving magical performances. This hyper modern and multi-functional arena is also home to the Swedish National Football-team for men as well as the Stockholm based club AIK Fotboll.

Tele2 Arena

Tele2 Arena is a is an award-winning, multipurpose arena with top tier technological solutions like the sliding roof and unique transparent facade. It’s the no. 1 arena for visiting artists and home ground to the Stockholm based football teams Hammarby IF and Djurgården Fotboll, both playing in the Swedish premier football league.

Södra Teatern

Södra Teatern & Mosebeacketerassen is one of the oldest – and most legendary – cultural establishments in Stockholm. Here some of Sweden’s most norm breaking, and contemporary cultural performances are presented. From performance art, concerts, night clubs and dining to meetings and events.


Hovet opened in 1955, then under the name of Johanneshov’s Ice Stadium, and is one of the most historically prominent arenas in Sweden. In 1963 the open-air arena got its roof and today it still serves as one of Sweden’s busiest hockey venues, as well as a multipurpose arena for other sports and live concerts.


Originally thought as a training ground for the Swedish hockey team, Annexet was built at the same time as, and in direct proximity with, Avicii Arena and Hovet. Today Annexet has developed into an intimate multi-arena with huge versatility.