What to expect
No More Sweden 2015 will be running from Friday July 17th to afternoonish on Sunday 19th of July. Per usual there’ll be a pre-jam hang out on Thursday night.
We’ll be at STPLN (see Getting there for map/directions), a nice big place with room for about 80 jammers. As usual we tend to fill up the venue, so only sign up if you’re sure you’re coming. Should your plans change, please let Martin know and he’ll give your spot to the next person in line.
You can find information about the sign up procedure on the announcement page.
11.00 Event opens, people can drop in.
13.00 Jam starts, this year with Group Forming!
12.00 Jam ends, games are shown and played, voting
15.30 (DELAYED FROM 15.00) Winners are revealed, clean up
Eating. You’ll have to feed yourself, there’s a big ICA Maxi right next to the venue and a few restaurants. We’ll do a big barbecue one night if the weather allows.
Power. Please bring a power strip big enough to cover your own use and at least one more.
Internet. There’s wifi at the venue. There may be a wired router too.
Sleeping. You can sleep at the venue. Note that you can only sleep there during the event, so not Thursday or Sunday night. Previously there has been a few beds we can use, I’m unsure if these are still present. I’m awaiting clarification on this.
Cooking. There’s a kitchen you can use as well as limited space in a fridge.
Swimming wear. The venue is right near the ocean, if the weather is nice, you can totally pop over for a swim.
Arriving on time. You are free to arrive/leave whenever you feel like, also just dropping by for a few hours is totally cool. If you just want to visit, there’s no need to sign up beforehand.
The venue, STPLN is not far from the central train station. It’s on bus lines 3 and 5 (you can plan trips using Google maps or this). If you’re flying in, the best airport is Copenhagens Kastrup. There’s a train from there to Malmö central station, it costs about 100SEK and should take just under 20 minutes. Malmö also has an airport, it’s way smaller and 40 minute bus ride away.
Sadly, there are no hostels that are nearby, but there’s a few spread out in Malmö.
Please poke us if you have any further questions!