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Let Live Music Live Festival

Let Live Music Live Festival

April 10th marked the first anniversary of Sweden’s Let Live Music Live Festival. To celebrate turning one, the Festival committed to producing their biggest edition ever by broadcasting live from five cities including Pustervik in Gothenburg, Södra Teatern and Nalen in Stockholm and Babel in Malmö – with a total of 35 acts!  As a sponsor, The Orchard was able to curate its own stage, which brought out artists like Cautious Clay, Linn Koch-Emmery, Oscar Zia, Gee Dixon, Bear Garden, Sarah Klang, and Wildhart, who all performed at Nalen and Henning in Pustervik.

Completely digital, the Festival was first started last year after the initial COVID-19 quarantine was put in place to help support artists, and bring joy to fans while at home. As a treat, the digital stages were meant to bring the live experience of a concert right to the fan’s living rooms. 

Check out some of our favorite picks from the artists who performed on The Orchard’s stage.

Cautious Clay – “Agreeable”

Linn Koch-Emmery – “Hologram Love”

Oscar Zia – “Skuggor”

Gee Dixon – “Majnoon”

Bear Garden – “Invisibile Wave”

Sarah Klang “Canyon”

Wildhart “His Arrows Won’t Hit Us”

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