The Nobel Prize award ceremony 2021

Nobel Prize award ceremony 2020
Nobel Prize award ceremony at the Stockholm City Hall, 10 December 2020. © Nobel Prize Outreach. Photo: Dan Lepp

Nobel Prize award ceremony in Stockholm, Sweden
Stockholm City Hall
10 December, 16:15 (CET)

The Nobel Prize award ceremony takes place at the Stockholm City Hall, Sweden, on 10 December – the anniversary of Alfred Nobel’s death. At the ceremony, the Nobel Prize in Physics, Chemistry, Physiology or Medicine, Literature and the prize in economic sciences are awarded to the Nobel Prize laureates.

This year, the Nobel Foundation will pay tribute to the laureates in a ceremony at the Stockholm City Hall. Speeches by Carl-Henrik Heldin, Chairman of the Nobel Foundation, and by members of the prize-awarding institutions will be interwoven with the ceremonial presentations in the laureates’ home countries. A local audience will attend, including Sweden’s King Carl XVI Gustav, Queen Silvia, Crown Princess Victoria and Prince Daniel. The ceremony will be framed by musical interludes.

Still photographers and reporters only – no TV/video recording will be allowed inside the City Hall. Media accreditation is required: press@nobelprize.org

Some video recording may take place outdoors as the guests arrive. Media accreditation is required: press@nobelprize.org

The Nobel Prize award ceremony will be streamed live at nobelprize.org.

See the full schedule of streams

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