Dates can be changed and events can be canceled, so please visit the organizer's website for current information.
1) Rally Sweden February 15-18 2024
Sweden's largest annual sporting event, and also the country's largest rally competition will be held in Umeå again.
2) Umefolk February February 22-25 2024
One of Sweden’s biggest folk music festivals is held in Umeå in February each year. Umefolk is a festival for everyone with folk music and dance interest. It has a wide program of concerts, performances, workshops and children's activities and is a meeting place for old and young, amateurs and professionals, dancers and musicians. This year's event will be an online version of Umefolk.
3) Littfest (literature festival) March 14-16 2024
Umeå's international literary festival is a true vitamin boost in the winter cold. The aim is to highlight literature from as many different angles as possible and to create a meeting place for anyone interested.
4) Nolia Trädgård (public fair) April 26-28 2024
Northen Sweden's own garden fair with more than 8000 visitors over three days. As a visitor you get access to news in the garden, lectures, good advice and the opportunity to shop.
5) Ice Hockey Sweden - Finland
Umeå hosts two international matches between Sweden and Finland. Tre Kronor will face the reigning world champion team Finland Lions in a doubleheader in Umeå.
6) Brännbollsyran (music festival) May 31-June 1 2024
Brännbollsyran is both the largest music festival in Northern Scandinavia and the world cup of brännboll (rounders cup).
7) Wheels Nationals Norr (car event)
This is the biggest car event in the northern parts of Sweden! Wheels Nationals is a much-appreciated get-together for all Norrland's car enthusiasts.
8) Umeå Football Festival - July
During four days, Umeå is the natural meeting place for players, leaders, supporters, families and relatives from different countries and cultures.
9) Visfestival Holmön - July
The festival offers many fine music experiences on the beautiful island of Holmön. An annual event that always takes place the last weekend in July.
10) Change The Game - September
Change the Game was founded in 2014 by Balticgruppen. Balticgruppen is a property company based in Umeå that is committed to improving the city and helping it reach 200,000 inhabitants by 2050.The purpose of Change the Game is to contribute to long-term sustainable social development by improving physical literacy among children and young people.
11) Umeå Smakfestival (food festival) - September
The “Umeå Taste Festival” is an annual festival dedicated to food and taste. A variety of street food, merchants, as well as local and regional producers will make this a celebration of food culture.