Sing karaoke in Stockholm

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Whatever the quality of your singing voice, karaoke is a fun activity that puts everyone in a good mood. And if you want to sing karaoke in Stockholm, there are plenty of great karaoke bars where both skilled songbirds and happy off-key singers can sing at the top of their lungs to their favorite songs. Gather a group of friends, family, or colleagues and book your own karaoke room – or find a place with an open mic and take the stage. Here’s our guide to Stockholm’s best karaoke venues.
Last updated: April 12, 2024
Karaoke originated in Japan, and the word means ”empty orchestra” – an orchestra without singing. The concept was introduced in Sweden in the 1990s, and since then, the Japanese karaoke culture has spread like wildfire. And no wonder – who doesn’tdoesn’t like to sing along to hit songs like ”Dancing Queen”, ”I Wanna Dance with Somebody”, ”Hit Me Baby One More Time” or other golden tunes?

Finding the right place to sing karaoke in Stockholm

Stockholm has taken karaoke to its heart, and nowadays, the city has several great karaoke bars that have become a natural part of the entertainment scene. There’s something for all tastes – whether you want to rent a private room with your best friends or grab the mic at a lively bar with a public stage and large audience.

To help you find the best places to sing and have fun, we’ve put together a guide to the best karaoke venues in Stockholm. Bring your singing friends and book an evening of song and laughter that’ll be a hit. The stage is yours!







Premium karaoke in a prime location in the center of Stockholm. An excellent sharing menu with the best of Asian cuisine. Fabulous cocktails. A comfortable lounge with a relaxed atmosphere. That’s what you get at Moyagi, located at Brunkebergstorg. This is an upscale karaoke bar with big ambitions. They’ve taken inspiration from the Japanese arcade culture and combined it with a well-thought-out concept for food and drink. Plus, obviously, a maximized karaoke experience with a state-of-the-art sound system, a handy iPad solution for the songs, and mood-enhancing LED lights.

Moyagi has 12 private rooms (for 4-30 people), fresh and stylishly decorated in Japanese samurai red, where you and your party can experience luxury karaoke à la Tokyo. The place is also extremely Instagram-friendly, and with 100,000 songs to choose from, you’re sure to find your favorites. So get ready for a night of singing, dancing, and entertainment. If you crave food or drinks between songs, just order what you want and have it delivered to the room. The friendly staff is ready to serve and make sure you have a good time in every way.

With their generous opening hours, Moyagi is perfect for both a pre-party before you head out into the Stockholm night and as the end station of your night out. Or why not as a fun pit stop in the middle? If you’re not in the mood for singing but want some delicious Japanese and Korean food, you can also visit the fine restaurant, which is open for both lunches (weekdays) and dinner.

Brunkebergstorg 3, Norrmalm/City
Karaoke Stockholm
Stockholm has plenty of great karaoke bars

K Karaoke

Since 2008, K Karaoke at Odenplan in Vasastan has been one of Stockholm’s classic and most popular karaoke bars. There are 12 private karaoke rooms in different sizes for both small and large parties (4-40 people), all equipped with two microphones and festively decorated with playful colors and patterns, disco lights, and neon. Of course, the rooms have room service (the largest also has its own bar and bartender), so you can order what you want. K Karaoke’s hosts will serve you all the drinks you need during the evening.

With a huge catalog of songs, you can play everything from boyband pop to hip-hop, punk, and rock (or whatever style of music you like). In other words, you’re sure to find your favorite tune. And if you want to secure the ultimate playlist with all your must-have songs, you can send it in advance and just press play when you arrive. K Karaoke is perfect for birthday parties, bachelorette and bachelor parties (you can have the room decorated), or why not an after-work or corporate event (the ultimate team-building activity?). If you want a bigger audience than your friends, try the open mic nights held on certain weekends.

Odengatan 87, Vasastan

Ping’s Sakura

Ping’s Sakura is an Asian restaurant and karaoke bar with a central location in Stockholm City. There are two karaoke rooms that fit up to 12 people and a larger room for up to 30 people with its own bar and staff. All rooms are equipped with the well-known karaoke system Singa which offers over 60,000 songs, both Swedish and international. Please note that the rooms must be pre-booked, no drop-in.

If you’re looking for a night out in the Asian way, you should also take the opportunity to have dinner at Ping’s Sakura. The restaurant serves delicious Asian food with a focus on dishes from Japan and Taiwan. For a fun and social dining experience, they’ve integrated gas stoves into the tables so you can prepare the food yourself, a popular dining concept in Asia. Enjoy a good hotpot or yaki, and remember to order a glass of sake.

Luntmakargatan 59, Vasastan



Tolv Stockholm

Tolv Stockholm is one of the city’s major activity centers full of fun for adults and children. In 12,000 square meters, they’ve gathered food, drinks, and various activities, including bowling, 3 or 5 battles, pottery, mini-golf, and arcade games. And, of course, karaoke. There are several karaoke rooms of different sizes with high-quality equipment and over 80,000 songs to choose from.

All you have to do is sing, and if you want drinks or snacks to munch on between the performances, you can easily order them to the room via an app. With so much to do under one roof, Tolv Stockholm is perfect for bachelorette and bachelor parties, company parties, or fun with friends.

Arenavägen 69, Johanneshov
Karaoke bars Stockholm
Sing your heart out with your friends at a karaoke bar in Stockholm

Pop Story

Pop Story is a conceptual restaurant located next to ABBA The Museum in Djurgården. This festive and creative restaurant is divided into two sections with stages in both parts. One section is visited by DJs, quizmasters, and karaoke hosts, while the other has a bookable karaoke room – Karaoke POP Tram. The venue’s decor is themed with popular culture from the 1970s onwards and filled with colors, shapes, and patterns that will put anyone in a good mood.

In the POP Tram, you and your friends can sing until your voice can’t take it anymore. And, of course, it’s not just ABBA’s immortal hits on offer, but all the songs you can imagine. Before or after the singing session, you can also eat and drink at the restaurant – the menu offers Swedish classics as well as cocktails, mocktails, and shot trays. So if you want to sing karaoke in Stockholm and like restaurants with entertainment, Pop Story is a safe bet. The place is also perfect for organizing a birthday party, bachelorette party, company kickoff, or any other festive event.

Djurgårdsvägen 68, Djurgården

Gröne Jägaren

The classic Södermalm pub Gröne Jägaren is perhaps best known as a hangout for the team Hammarby’s fans, but it’s not only the Hammarby crowd that hangs out here but also those who want to sing karaoke in Södermalm. There are no private rooms here, only an open stage. Sign up on the list, grab the microphone, sing your heart out, and give them a show.

When you’re done singing, you can stay on the premises. At this pub and sports bar, you can grab a bite to eat, have a beer (or two), play blackjack, or watch all kinds of sports. And for those who want to test their singing talent in a competition, there’s also Gröne Jägaren’s Karaoke Championship, where two people advance to the monthly finals each week. The winner then goes on to the Grand Finale – a fun challenge for all of Stockholm’s karaoke masters.

Götgatan 64, Södermalm
Stockholm karaoke
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Golden Hits

Golden Hits is an institution on the Stockholm entertainment scene. This classic club in the middle of the city offers a vibrant party atmosphere with shows, a nightclub, food, and drinks. Plus an excellent karaoke bar, open to all, where you and your friends can sing, laugh, dance, and socialize in a lovely atmosphere. Sing along to legendary 90s hits, the winner of the latest Eurovision, or any old classic. It’s unpretentious, messy, and a lot of fun.

If you need to cool your throat between songs, there are five bars ready to serve drinks, and when you’re done singing, a vibrant dance floor awaits with both old and new hits. In short, Golden Hits has everything you need for an unforgettable party night and is an excellent option for those looking for karaoke in Stockholm. Keep in mind that you need to book a table in advance if you want to have dinner during your visit.

Kungsgatan 29, Norrmalm/City




Gute is a meat and grill restaurant that has served good food and drinks to both Stockholmers and tourists since 2011. If you like high-quality meat, you’ll love it here (but there are also fish, vegetarian, and vegan options). The restaurant is popular for everything from lunch and dinner to after-work and wine tastings.

In addition to high-quality food and drink, Gute also offers karaoke. In other words, it’s the perfect place to combine a good dinner with singing, laughter, and fun. The restaurant’s private room, “The Music Room,” has a state-of-the-art Singa karaoke system and can accommodate up to 18 people. A Chambre Séparée that’s perfect for a dinner that turns into a party.

Brunnsgatan 6, Norrmalm/City

Have fun singing karaoke in Stockholm

There you have our guide to karaoke in Stockholm. We hope you find a karaoke bar that suits you and your singing buddies, whether you want to sing with your family, do a fun activity with your colleagues, or have a great pre-party with your friends. Japanese karaoke culture is vital in the Swedish capital, so take the opportunity to own the stage and sing your heart out!

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