Live at Heart is organized as a hybrid festival – only 500 tickets will be sold in the spring for the festival wich takes place on september 1st – 4th 2021

Live at Heart will be arranged in 2021, hopefully with an audience on site. However, due to the uncertain situation, only 500 tickets will be sold in early spring.

Those who want to be sure to get a spot in front of the Corona-safe venues do best to buy a ticket immediately, more information about the start of sales will come in a few weeks. Of the 500 tickets initially released, just over 200 are already reserved for those who bought a ticket to the festival in 2020 and did not demand a refund. We believe in live music this autumn and as the infection control situation improves, more tickets will be released. However, if you want to be sure to get a ticket, it is important to be among the first to buy.

– There is nothing we would rather do than to gather a lot of people to experience music and film in Örebro, just as we always do. But we do not know what the situation will be in September and therefore we can not sell more tickets than we know can be accommodated with the rules on social distancing. We expect the demand for tickets to be huge, the interest in visiting Live at Heart is as great as in previous years, when we had close to 7,000 participants, says Magnus Tunmats, festival coordinator.

Although it is uncertain how many tickets can be sold for infection control reasons, Live at Heart has high ambitions. The interest from the bands is great and there will be over 100 artists on 10 venues. The festival is planned as a hybrid festival, where both seminars and live concerts will be possible to view via livestream, in total there will be at least 15 hours of TV broadcast so even if the number of participants on site is limited, the entire industry will be able to participate. Some of Sweden’s most influential people will participate to discuss the future of the Swedish, and international, music industry.

– Live at Heart is Sweden’s oldest and biggest showcase festival and this year we will gather the industry to discuss future challenges: what are the lessons from the Corona crisis and what conclusions can we draw about the future of the music industry, musicians, film industry and future entrepreneurs? We learn from history and aim forward, the theme is “Imagine the future”, says Åke Lundström, CEO of Live at Heart.

Live at Heart is Sweden’s biggest showcase festival which is held every year in Örebro in September, this year on the 1st – 4th of September. In 2021 the theme is “Imagine the future” and the festival is arranged as a hybrid that is both digital and live from the stage. In addition to music, there will also be a film festival and a meeting place for entrepreneurs and startup companies.


Magnus Tunmats
Festival Coordinator
+46 (0) 70-4950049

Åke Lundström
+46 (0) 70-6747620