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After a long summer of vacations and outings, many families’ wallets are usually thin, making it especially important to provide lots of activities that are completely free. I hope that many take the opportunity to try out some of the enjoyable experiences during the Culture Festival with their children and youth,” says Anna Mjörnvik, Project Manager for the Culture Festival at Gothenburg & Co.

Sing-along with Kokobäng
Kungstorget, September 2nd, 15:00–15:45

With hits like “Ananas” and “Chulabräng,” no one has likely missed SVT’s success, KOKOBÄNG, which has won awards such as “The Swedish Humor Prize” and participated in the Sing-along at Skansen. Now the group invites everyone to a party at Kungstorget, bringing their energetic songs along.

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Disney-Inspired Show with “Elsa” from Frozen
Kungstorget, September 2nd, 11:00–11:30

Annika Herlitz lends her voice to the Snow Queen Elsa, and since 2015, she has toured around summer-Sweden with a highly appreciated Disney-inspired show.

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Circus School for Everyone
Kronhusparken, September 1–3, multiple times

Richard Ljungman from the Circus School, also a world champion in balancing, teaches circus skills during an energetic workshop. Participants get to try walking on a tightrope, spinning plates, juggling, and spinning diabolos, among other things.

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Play FIFA with IFK Gothenburg’s Esports Team
Bältespännarparken, September 2nd, 11:00–14:00

For those who love playing FIFA, there’s a chance to test their skills against some of Sweden’s best FIFA players. Esports personality GGFrolle will also be present along with players from IFK Gothenburg.

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The Bubble Show
Kronhusparken, September 3rd, 15:00–16:00 & 17:00–18:00

For all bubble enthusiasts, this is a chance to meet Guinness World Record holder Mr. Bubbles and see his incredible bubbles of all shapes and sizes. From small bubbles to giant bubbles, and from smoke bubbles to foam on the head – it will be an interactive and internationally award-winning bubble show.

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Try Bollywood Dance
Flunsåsparken, September 3rd, 12:00–13:00

Dance instructor Anette Pooja will teach Bollywood dance. Here’s an opportunity to express oneself through joyful dance, spiced with expression, playfulness, and mime. The workshop is open to all age groups from 6 years and up, and participants dance based on their own capacity.

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Music Show with “Young talents” (for ages up to 15) Kronhusparken, September 2nd, 13:00–14:00

Here’s a chance for those who want to showcase their talent on stage. Participants have 1-3 minutes to sing, rap, dance, do magic, or why not shuffle! For the audience, fantastic entertainment is promised as new stars are born.

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Dance with Nino & Julia
Bältespännarparken, September 2nd, 13:00–15:00

Renowned dancers from social media, Nino & Julia, invite you to a unique dance experience where they will perform their own choreographed number. Afterward, they will lead a simpler dance workshop, followed by a Meet & Greet where you can take photos, get autographs, and record videos with the duo.

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Dance Performance “Astronaut” at the Gothenburg Opera
Gothenburg Opera, September 2nd, 11:00–11:40

“Astronaut” is a breathtaking dance piece for children in lower and middle school ages (from 8 years old) and their adults. The audience follows three of the dancers from the Gothenburg Opera Dance Company through challenging tests, moonwalks, and the return to gravity on Earth. Tickets need to be pre-booked from August 29, limited seats. Audio described.

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Bonus: Don’t miss the chance to see a part of the brand-new “Wicked” rehearsal for free on September 1st. Tickets need to be pre-booked from August 29, limited seats. Sign language interpreted.

Remake Workshop with Hurra PangPang
Kronhuset, September 3rd, 15:00–19:00

Hurra Pangpang is a recycling studio from Gothenburg inviting you to an afternoon of re-making and recycling. Together, forgotten items come to life, and neglected treasures transform into wearable things. Feel free to bring something from home – whether hard or soft – or new creations can be made from already collected materials on site.

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