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University of Gothenburg
Musician singing and playing piano, spotlights behind
Photo: Maja Kristin Nylander


It is with great pleasure, that we can open this autumn's event to a general audience. On September 29, the Swedish government removed all restrictions regarding the maximum number of spectators as well as recommendations on keeping your distance. At the same time, our first public events kicked off. Welcome!


About our public events

The Academy of Music and Drama usually organizes more than 200 public concerts and performances annually. The event calendar contains all public events arranged by the academy as well as events elsewhere in and around Gothenburg where our students participate within the framework of their studies.

Programmes, ticket links and more can be found in each calendar event.


All ticket purchases are made online via the Billetto service. We provide no box office. You can show your purchased tickets from your mobile phone or print them at home and bring the printout.

About Billetto, your account, cancellation insurance, refunds etc.

Ticket scanning takes place at the entrance to the event venue.

Tickets for the events will be released on three occasions during the autumn of 2021

  • September 22 at 12.00: tickets for September and October
  • October 14 at 12.00: tickets for November
  • November 11 at 12.00: tickets for December

Ticket prices

General: SEK 75
Orchestra concerts, Christmas shows, opera: SEK 150/100
School groups, children under 12 years: Free admission (ticket booking mandatory)
Lunchtime event: Free admission, no tickets

Exceptions occur.


  • Ticket purchases only online via card payment, Swish, Klarna, Apple Pay and Samsung Pay. We do not accept cash.
  • Prices include handling fee.
  • Purchased tickets are only repurchased for canceled events. The ticket price is refunded except for the handling fee and VAT (value-added tax).
  • It is not possible to reserve tickets in advance, only purchases are valid.
  • The tickets are unnumbered, you choose your seating.
  • Events in our premises that are arranged by others than the Academy of Music and Drama use their own ticketing systems. For more information, contact the corresponding organizer.


There are toilets for visitors with and without functional diversity in the entrance hall. All toilets are gender neutral.

Café Artisten

Our café is closed for the time being.


  • Stay home for symptoms of Covid-19 and get tested
  • Wash your hands often and thoroughly

Public Health Agency of Sweden: Unvaccinated people should continue to be careful (in Swedish)


  • Most concert and theater venues are located on the entrance level and are easily accessible for visitors with mobility functional diversity. Other floors can be reached by elevator.
  • Sjöströmsalen is equipped with hearing aids (so-called C-loop).
  • In the entrance hall there are two toilets for visitors with functional diversity. All our toilets are gender neutral.
  • Vehicles with a functional diversity permit may park in the designated parking spot right outside the main entrance.
  • For visitors with mobility functional diversity, baby carriages etc, there is an entrance with an electronic opening to the left of the main entrance door. Note that the door must be opened from the inside!
  • Groups with mobility functional diversity are recommended to contact us before your visit, so that we can reserve accessible seats for you.

Location of the Academy of Music and Drama

The Academy of Music and Drama is located along Fågelsången, the walkway between Götaplatsen and Näckrosdammen, where the Faculty of Humanities and the Gothenburg University Library are located. The main entrance is located next to Näckrosdammen.

  • Parking spaces are available on Johannebergsgatan.
  • Nearest tram stop: Berzeliigatan
  • Nearest bus stop: Götaplatsen

NOTE! Olof Wijksgatan is closed to all traffic between Johannebergsgatan and Renströmsparken. This means limited accessibility for pedestrians, cyclists and vehicular traffic. More information on the Swedish Transport Administration's website (in Swedish)