The long AWAITED autumn season is HERE
We have brought people together through music and dance for 250 years, and we will continue to do so.
We follow the recommendations and regulations of the Swedish Public Health Agency, and will adapt our activities accordingly. This entails that we have taken measures to provide safe distances in the auditorium and in other premises, and also that we have intensified our hygiene routines.
We fully understand if you hesitate to plan a visit the Opera House in these uncertain times. However, when you sit back in your seat, rest assured that we have done our very best to make your experience as safe as possible. We are monitoring developments carefully and we will adapt to any changes in order to offer you a warm and safe visit at the Opera.
When we open our doors in September, a number of measures will have been taken to ensure the safety of our staff and visitors.
Read more here »
Cancelled performances will be refunded in full, and you can return purchased tickets if you are unable to attend, for example due to illness.
Read more about our terms and conditions here »
Do you have concerns regarding the opening to the public in September, how the auditorium will be organized and whether refreshments will be served during intermissions?
You will find answers to these and other frequently asked questions here »