Norrbottens Media Week

NMW is the event for those who are interested in communication, culture, creativity and everything that's happening in these industries. On the NMW you’ll have the opportunity to exchange knowledge and ideas with people working within media, music, film, experience industry, gastronomy and much more.
With a wide range of Swedish and international speakers, and more than one hundred items on the agenda — the NMW is an event you will be glad you took part in.
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Pride on Ice

Luleå’s ice track and roads were recently featured on CNN Travel’s bucket list of awe-inspiring natural wonders. Now, for the very first time, you can experience a Pride procession as you’ve never seen it before, with Luleå Pride on Ice.
“We want to create a unique experience in the Pride family, and the event takes place for the very first time on 10 March. Everyone is welcome, wherever in the world they live!” says Helena Carlsson, Chair of RFSL Luleå and northern Norrbotten County.

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Ice Music. Arctic light show

Ice Music personifies the Arctic Sweden enchanting winter world - a new art form where professional musicians playing on instruments made of ice - ICEstruments. Sounds unbelievable but it is true and must be experienced with all your senses. The regions choir of young talents, “Arctic Light” visit the Ice Concert Hall for the first time. The atmosphere will sparkle with Scandinavian sounds in the colors of Swedish Lapland. Improvision and figuration blend with folk music and rhythms from different parts of the world.

Yoga Festival

You can try different yoga styles and listen to lectures and participate in workshops.

The main speaker is Drew Rouse, a trubadour and yoga teacher from Canada who teaches therapeutic flying in the festival, ie partner yoga and yin yoga. It includes inspiring lectures on health and lifestyle, special experiences from ecstatic dance to male tribal workshops, from animal posture yoga to musical fairy tales, bazaar, vegetarian food.

The activities of the festival take place in the courtyard of Haapsalu Bishop's Castle and in the Culture Centre.

Haapsalu Tchaikovsky Festival

One of Estonia's great stories is the fact that in his youth the famous Russian composer Pyotr Tchaikovsky spent summers in Haapsalu. Tchaikovsky not only wrote his opera "Vojevoda" during one of such summer holidays in Haapsalu, but also embedded part of an Estonian folk song in his 6th Symphony. In his honor there is a bench dedicated to this great Russian composer on the Haapsalu promenade. In addition, he wrote the cycle of piano pieces "Memories from Haapsalu", which we hope to present at each festival.