| ABOUT THE FESTIVAL|
Stockholm Culture Festival fills streets and squares with all kinds of culture in all genres, for all ages. 600 program starts, during six vibrant August days. In the middle of the city center and with free admission. From Sergels Torg, over Brunkeberg to Gustav Adolfs Torg with treats and samples of all the culture that Stockholm has to offer all year round, with performers and guests from all corners of the world.
| TICKET INFORMATION|
There is no admission to the Stockholm Culture Festival. Some acts require a reservation ticket that we have a booking fee for: 20 SEK, primarily our City Walks and tours that has limited capacity. Everything happening on streets and squares are free of charge!
The Festival's main areas are on public streets and squares of Stockholm, therefor the accessibility is very good. At the main stages we have specific areas for wheel chairs.
When is Stockholm Culture Festival?
13–18th August 2013 in the City of Stockholm.
Where can I get program information in English?
We will continuously add more information about Stockholm Culture Festival 2013 in due time.
The City of Stockholm has a comprehensive environmental policy since January 2012. There are also specific guidelines for Culture Services regarding environmental efforts. The last two years it has also included Culture Events produced by the City like the organizers of Stockholm Culture Festival and Ung08. A technical committee is right now working on a ISO-standard: Sustainable Event Managent ISO20121 that will be launched at the Olympic Games in London 2012. The Department of Events at the Department of Culture in Stockholm is participating in an pilot among other cities festival’s and will start working with the new ISO-standard this year.
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| THE FESTIVAL AREAS|
The Festival areas are mainly in the City centre of Stockholm, on streets and squares and in the Culture Institutions. The best way to start exploring the Festival is to go to Sergels torg, that is at metro station T-centralen. This is where our main Festival information is located.