Welcome to the small arena with the big potential! Annexet, right next door to
Ericsson Globe, is an the perfect venue for concerts, banquets, dinner shows, galas, AMs and conferences.
With room for between 300 to 3,500 people, Annexet can feel both intimate and enormous.
find your way!
You can easily get to Annexet by taking the metro, by bus or by car. A garage is available for those who want to drive to the event.
During the ongoing road work around Tele2 Arena, fewer parking spaces are currently available in the events area. More changes in the traffic will be made as the work proceeds. Our recommendation is for all that have the possibility to use public transportation when visiting the events area.
Current traffic routing map
(PDF, March 2011).
Parking at the globe city
There are 1,500 parking spaces available within the area divided between two indoor garages with a modern, supervised parking and gate system.
Download the pdf on parking here
- addresses, times, prices and map overview.
find your way in!
You can get into Annexet via Ericsson Globe or via entrance number 3 or 4 from the outside. At the eastern short side of Annexet there is a balcony which gives an extra high dimension to the event.
Would you like to arrange an event?
Warm up before the event! Two hours before the event starts we invite you to mingle with other fans and getting into the right mood. Read more here!
cloakrooms and facilities
Cloakrooms are available close to the arena. There is no specific baby carriage parking, however, our event hosts will show you a space designated for the baby carriage during the event and an available baby care room. There are 10 toilets at stand A (same level as the arena floor) and two toilets at stand B (balcony-level).
Please note that smoking is not allowed in the arena, however there are smoking areas available outside.
No ATM at Annexet, however several ATM's are available in the event area and in the Globen Shopping mall.
To begin with, Annexet was built as a training arena for ice hockey and it is the smallest of our arenas.