As on Mondays, it can be hard to party or have a Gothenburg Nightlife on a Tuesday. But don’t lose heart, I have done the research for you! If you want to start early, you could start in the evening with something that even the kids can join. Enjoy free admission at the Flunåsparken with your whole family at Sockenvägen 24 that includes fireworks, music and a talent show Tuesday 6th of September. Or experience handball at the highest level and join the locals to cheer for the Gothenburg teams IK Sävehof, Redbergslids IK and HK Aranäs, at the Premier League Men’s Handball, Tuesday 13 Sep (it goes on until April 6th) at 7:15 p.m at their home arenas. If you are more into art, Mushrooms, an exhibition and identification in the Botanical Garden of Gothenburg, 11 a.m – 7 p.m is probably perfect for you, or another exhibition called “The earth we inhabited” by Lisa Sihlberg on Borneo and our Swedish nature, and see what we can do to take care of our planet. For more art you can usually have a free glass of wine and some snacks while you are watching the artist Ania Witwitzka’s landscape paintings at Götabergsgatan 22 close to the Avenue. Don’t forget to practice your Swedish before the night starts at the Språkcafé (Language coffee shop) on September 6th and 13th, 2 p.m.-4 p.m. at Selma Lagerlöfs torg 16. There are also regular quizzes that you can start your Gothenburg Nightlife on a Tuesday with, perhaps not optimum when learning Swedish, but it is a way to understand the Swedish culture. Last Tuesday John Scott on
the Avenue had their premiere and it continues even this Tuesday starting 7 p.m. where the opening hours go on until 1.00 a.m. You’ve also got one quiz for common knowledge (not just music) at Henriksbergs Pub at Stigbergsliden 7.
Gothenburg Bars & Nightlife on a Tuesday is not vivid but the regular pubs and bars are open at Andra långgatan and Tredje Långgatan except Hops. But there is a concert live at Pustervik called The Jayhawks, an alternative country rock band that emerged from the Twin Cities music scene during the mid-1980s. It costs 320:- but it could be well worth it. Buy the tickets online. Or enjoy Classic and Jazz for only 40:- at Nefertiti at the Playhouse club this Tuesday 6th of September with Monica Hoffman opening at 7 p.m. The actual concert starts around one and a half hour later. Buy tickets online.
If you would rather want to hang around the Avenue for your Gothenburg Nightlife on a Tuesday, go to the Pelican on a Tuesday, which has recently opened and can boast of having very nice drinks and a DJ. The age limit is 22 and it is open until ”late”. The best part is that there is free entrance. As always you can also enjoy virtual bowling with a full-service bar and a comfortable lounge open from 6 p.m. and onwards, – call and book the lanes at the Hardrock Café. The newly opened rooftop bar OBGB could be well worth to check out if you have a romantic date, find it at the Stenpiren tram stop at the Comfort Hotel, Skeppsbroplatsen.
Enjoy your evening!