Stockholm Chamber of Commerce - Aquanauts Offers A Poetic Show On Love In And Above Water During The Stockholm Culture Festival

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Aquanauts Offers A Poetic Show On Love In And Above Water During The Stockholm Culture Festival

A mixture between synchronized swimming and new circus in a colorful show right in the middle of the stream in the city, will take place during the Stockholm Culture Festival. 50 artists interpret love in a show in and above water between the Royal Opera and Stockholm castle. The show is in corporation between the Stockholm Chamber of Commerce and the Stockholm Cultural Festival which, over the years, have engaged in spectacular events together. The show is set to take place 14-18 august at 21.45 and the entrance is free of charge.

- Culture plays an important role for a city’s attractiveness and growth. It affects visitors and us who live here. A unique, spectacular and accessible show, such as this, in the middle of the Stockholm stream, is the type of culture-ingredient that Stockholm is in more need of, Maria Rankka CEO of the Stockholm Chamber of Commerce, says.

AQUANAUTS together with Cirkus Cirkör have during several years worked on a project surrounding a major show in and above water. A show about love and respect. Visitors are invited to the universe of the Aquanauts in an encounter between genderless, silver shining, love-mutated creatures.

See the show during all nights of the Culture Festival and is directed to everyone regardless of age or language. When Aquanauts take over the Stream it is with 30 synchronized swimmers, 10 circus artists, and a 50-meter-high crane and 10 pyro-canoeists.

Foto: Sara Mac Key