We started out in a garage.
We liked it and we continued to.
Some more people picked it up.
They liked it and continued to.
Some now say that Lunch Beat has grown too big and that they miss the intimacy on a more secluded dance floor. Lunch Beat Stockholm listens, and therefore have the delighted honor to welcome you to The Castle Cult Session, January 24, in the basement of the Swedish Royal Castle.
The session will be smaller, with room for 100 guest only, and since we are on Royal ground, a bit more exclusive with delicious food served from Myntkrogen and fresh unpasteurized fruit juice delivered from Loviseberg. A golden mix-tape is put together by Lydia Kellam & Vanessa Gil, the supreme ladies behind the NYC-based magazine The Swede Beat.
Pre-paid tickets only! NOW SOLD OUT!
The Castle Cult Session is held in Livrustkammaren, with room for 100 guests only. To avoid that you have to turn around at the door, entrance is allowed only with pre-paid tickets.
THE TICKETS ARE SOLD OUT!
Tickets must be paid 20/1 at the latest!
Having questions or trouble with the booking? Please contact Anna at Livrustkammaren at: email@example.com
Please note that Livrustkammaren take care of all the booking/ticket logistics, and that we will not be able to help you via the Lunchbeat e-mail this time.
The Swede Beat story
A few years back Vanessa sent an email from her hometown in Florida to Lydia, the Swedish/American founder living in New York, expressing her interest in Swedish culture and The Swede Beat. Lydia’s reply was never delivered due to failing mail servers and the conversation went on 2 years break. In 2011 Vanessa gave it another shot and this time Lydia and Vanessa started an email exchange that finally resulted in Vanessa being one of The Swede Beat’s Stockholm contributors. During this time Vanessa moved from Florida to Stockholm via Barcelona. During Lydia’s latest Stockholm visit in May 2011 they sat down for fika together with The Swede Beat’s creative director Carolina Krupinska to brainstorm ideas and concepts for the creative venture we like to call The Swede Beat.
Founded in 2009 by Lydia Kellam The Swede Beat is showcasing the latest in Swedish indie music, fashion, art and culture. The creative team of The Swede Beat consist of writers in Stockholm, New York and Berlin giving the project it’s vital edge. We connect you to the new faces of Sweden through our online magazine, monthly club nights in New York, collaborations, projects and more. So far we done events and collaborated with Korallreven, Miike Snow, Kornel Kovacs, Taken By Trees, Jenny Mortsell, El Perro Del Mar to name a few and been mentioned in CNN, Sveriges Radio (P3 Morgonpasset, P3 Pop, P3 Plane), Dagens Nyheter, Lonely Planet and Blackbook Magazine.