|Covid-19|Monarch – Gustav III
January 18 – The first opera performance in the Swedish language, Thetis et Pelée, performed by Carl Stenborg and Elisabeth Olin in Bollhuset, marks the establishment of the Royal Swedish Opera.
August – Inauguration of the pleasure gardens Vauxhall (Gotheburg).
– The Royal Swedish Ballet is founded.
– The title Hovsångare is created by King Gustav III of Sweden, with the first recipients being Elisabeth Olin and Carl Stenborg.
- The Royal Swedish Academy of Arts is formally organized. Fifteen artists are accepted as members the same year, among them being Lorens Pasch the Younger and Ulrika Pasch.
- A theater designed by Carl Fredrik Adelcrantz is constructed for the royal court at Gripsholm Castle.
- Many people die because of the famine caused by the failed crops.
- Mobilization of the army in the province of Finland because of a feared attack from the Empire of Russia.
- De nymodiga fruntimren by Catharina Ahlgren.
9 December - Marianne Ehrenström, culture personality and multiple artist, member of the Royal Swedish Academy of Music (died 1867)
- Beata Sabina Straas, actress (born unknown date)
1773 in Sweden Wikipedia
Events from the year 1773 in Sweden