We close the office for the summer!

hellacopters-8_0.jpgOn July 7th we will close our office for some well-needed summer vacation. If you need to get ahold of us during the summer, send an e-mail to info@swedenrock.com (Thanks for understanding that it may take a few days for us to respond, as we check the mail sporadically, in between BBQs and ocean dips.) We'll be back in the office again on August 22nd. Thanks again for a great year! Wishing you all a wonderful summer!

Saturday tickets also sold out The 1-day tickets for Saturday June 9th are now sold out as well. That means that all ticket categories for 2018 are sold out.
Published 21 February 2018 at 17:07
Eight upcoming bands confirmed for the Nemis Stage COLDTEARS, FRONTBACK, GAIN ELEVEN, GUAPA, HEDDA HATAR, NALA, NEKROKRAFT and SPIRAL SKIES . Those are the names of the Swedish bands that landed the desirable spots on the NEMIS Stage this summer. For the 13th year in a row, Sweden Rock Festival welcomes eight new, Swedish acts to the festival. Handpicked by the festival's partner Studiefrämjandet, these young, up-and-coming acts will get the chance to perform at the Nemis stage at Sweden's biggest rock festival. ''There is an incredible amount of great bands applying for a shot a the Nemis stage each year'', says Burt von Bolton at the national office...
Published 1 February 2018 at 09:58
NEW TIME FOR 1-DAY TICKET RELEASE: TOMORROW, FRIDAY, AT 12:00. We have now been informed that the problems with some of the bank's card payments have been identified and solved. We are aware that the move of the release may have been a hazzle - sorry about that. In an effort to simplify, we have scheduled the release to match many people's lunchtime tomorrow at 12:00 noon.
Published 26 January 2018 at 12:22
The Darkness and Glenn Hughes confirmed Another two acts have been confirmed for this summer's Sweden Rock Festival: The Darkness and Glenn Hughes performs classic Deep Purple. The Darkness got their somewhat sensational breakthrough with their debut album ''Permission to land'' and accompanying hit single ''I believe in a thing called love''. After the 90's, when the general public seemed to shun everything reminiscent of the previous decade like the plague, The Darkness got the world into classic, melodic party friendly hard rock again. Anyone who missed them due to their late set last time they visited Sweden Rock is getting a new chance this summer! Glenn...
Published 24 January 2018 at 09:55
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