Skellefteå Summertime Music & Life Festival, Skellefteå

BOOM BOOM! ZARA LARSSON TO SKELLEFTEÅ SUMMERTIME 2022! Zara Larsson follows up the acclaimed arena tour with a festival summer!

After months of secrecy and waiting for Zara's arena tour (which also visited a sold-out Sara Kulturhus in Skellefteå) to end, we can finally take the magazine out of our mouths and reveal that Zara Larsson is ready for Skellefteå Summertime at Norrvalla in Skellefteå on Friday, August 5, 2022. The gig in Skellefteå will be her northernmost north of Stockholm. That it will be at Skellefteå Summertime feels absolutely fantastic, says Gunnar Karlsson at Skellefteå Summertime!

Recently, Zara Larsson ended her first, own arena tour, The Poster Girl Tour, which was praised by critics and audiences. This summer we will see more of Sweden's pop queen when she goes on a Nordic festival tour! Zara Larsson is one of our largest music exports this decade and has since been praised several times. After her recently completed arena tour, she has proven that it is on the big stages that she thrives best.

This summer, Zara Larsson will take her acclaimed show to some of the Nordic region's largest festival stages and, in addition to Summertime, will also visit Liseberg and Gröna Lund. The last time we saw her in a festival context was in 2019 when the acclaimed concert at Way Out West took place. Now she has taken herself to the next level in her career and, in addition to a successful tour, also has a brand new album in her luggage.

“No transport distances, no doubts. Just hits, an impressive stage show, and a world star who feels at home. Super nice, Zara. ” -Expressen

" It goes fast. It's thoroughly professional. It's woke. It's easy to chew. Arena pop for the Tiktok generation. And there's nothing wrong with that ”-Gaffa

“Zara Larsson is nevertheless an outstanding live artist who does not belong in small-scale environments. The bigger the scene, the more she comes into her own. ” -Aftonbladet

"It's definitely more fun to see Zara Larsson live than to stream her music because she thinks so much about the big picture. This is how the music should be experienced. ” -DN