Avicii Arena is being upgraded. Comeback 2025.
An essential part of the capital’s silhouette. A landmark for Stockholm and Sweden. But now, after almost 35 years of spine-tingling moments and significant events, it’s time to close.
But only for a little while.
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BEHIND THE NAME
The work for mental health doesn’t take a break
Avicii Arena is a unique collaboration between the Tim Bergling Foundation, Stockholm Live, Trygg-Hansa, and Bauhaus with the aim of preventing mental health issues among young people in Sweden.
The collaboration is long-term, and the partners collectively and individually drive initiatives within the school environment, sports world, and society to raise awareness and knowledge about mental health issues among young people. Avicii Arena is being modernized, but the initiative’s work continues throughout the entire process.Read more
SkyView is closed
Due to the modernization of Avicii Arena, SkyView will be closed during Q1 starting from January 10, 2024.
Follow @skyviewstockholm to be the first to know when SkyView reopens.Read more
THE INITIATIVE CONTINUES
Break the Silence
Silence is comfortable and easy to choose. Silence doesn’t drown us in darkness. Yet, it poses a threat to the mental health of young people, and we need all our strength to obliterate it. Because what comes afterward is not simple. Rarely bright. Yet, it is where hope resides.Read more
Avicii Arena is run by Stockholm Live
We run the largest arenas in Northern Europe containing Avicii Arena, Tele2 Arena, Friends Arena, Södra Teatern, Kägelbanan, Hovet, Annexet plus world-renowned tourist attraction SkyView and Betongparken, the open air-stage.
Every year, more than 3 million people visit the events we host or activities we carry out. This makes us the absolute largest arena operator in Nothern Europe.