Big Slap 2019: Southern Sweden’s largest party! Big Slap is an annual music festival that takes place in the southern Swedish city of Malmö. Since the first edition in 2013, Big Slap has grown to become one of the largest parties in the country and one of Sweden’s most widely-reported events. More than 15,000 guests […]Big Slap 2019 Pildammsparken “Tallriken”, 217 46 Malmö, Sweden Malmo Sweden
Big Slap is an annual music festival that takes place in the southern Swedish city of Malmö. Since the first edition in 2013, Big Slap has grown to become one of the largest parties in the country and one of Sweden’s most widely-reported events. More than 15,000 guests from all over Sweden and Europe are welcomed to the event each year, which hosts the top artists in the electronic music scene.
“Top artists from all over the world come to us and create a magical music party in the middle of Malmö”
This year’s edition of Big Slap will welcome eight of the hottest headlining acts of the summer. Leading the absolutely stacked lineup is French favourite David Guetta; who will perform alongside chart-topping favourites Timmy Trumpet, Nicky Romero, Armin van Buuren and more. Swedish duo Vigiland will also perform, sharing the stage with Dutch deep house producer Sam Felt, who will perform an exclusive live act. Representing the harder styles will be none other than Belgian DJ Coone and ‘the melody man, Dutch DJ Frontliner.
Big Slap Festival takes place at Pildammsparken in Malmo, Sweden. You can find the event at Pildammsparken “Tallriken”, 217 46 Malmö, Sweden.
Located in the southern region of Sweden, the city of Malmo is easily accessible by plane, as well as ground transportation and boat from neighbouring cities and countries. The nearest airport is Malmo Airport, located approximately 30 minutes from the city centre. On arrival, you can take the Flygbussarna directly from the airport to Malmo’s Central Station. You can also travel to Malmo by bus or train from nearby cities throughout Sweden and Denmark. Ferries are also available from cities in Denmark, Northern Germany and Poland and even Finland!
Malmo features a convenient public transport system, consisting of trains and buses. The city is divided into 14 zones and ticket prices vary depending on how many zones you travel through. The maximum single journey fare is 99 SEK, which is around 9 euros. You can also purchase 24 or 72-hour tickets and combine your tickets as a duo or family for greater discounts. To travel to the festival, you can take the train to Triangeln Station, followed by a short walk to the entrance. Travel time is approximately 10 minutes from central station. Due to the close proximity of the event, you can also walk to and from the venue, with a travel time of around 30 minutes between the festival and the city centre.
Taking place in the heart of Malmo, there are countless accommodation options available for visitors. Nearby hotels include STF Malmo City Hotell & Vandrarhem, Teaterhotellet and Scandic Triangle; all located within a 15-minute walk to the venue.
You can also find the majority of Malmo’s accommodation options in the area of Carolikvarteren; the city centre. Malmo offers a wide range accommodation options including hostels, hotels and Airbnbs. You can explore all the nearby options below.
The coastal city of Malmo offers a range of things to see and do. One of the most popular attractions is the Øresund Bridge, a long scenic bridge linking the coast of Sweden with an artificial island of Denmark. Located in the heart of the city, you can find a number of historic attractions, including the iconic twisted sculpture tower, the Turning Torso. Nearby, you can also find the Malmo Castle, a 16th-century castle and St. Peter’s Church, a Gothic brick church dating back to the 14th-century.
The city also features a number of scenic parks and outdoor areas. One of the most popular parks is Kungsparken, the oldest park in the city, with walking and running paths, cycling trails, a cast iron fountain and more. Other popular parks include Dania Park, Folkets Park and of course the home of Big Slap: Pildammsparken. For indoor activities, the city also features a number of popular museums, such as the modern Museet Malmo, the Malmo Museum and the Malmo Art Museum.
Big Slap will take place on August 3, 2019.
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