Bukta-Tromso Open Air Festival

Bukta - Tromso Open Air Festival

First staged in 2004, Bukta is a relatively new event on the music calendar and known as the festival where the sun never sets. Held during summer in the northern part of the country in the city of Tromsø, the festival boasts the...  see full details

Mark Knopfler

Norwegian Wood Festival

This festival, held annually in June in Oslo, is one of the highlights on the country's musical calendar, if not the highlight, attracting many of the world's top artists as well as plenty of local Scandinavian bands. Norwegian Wood, named for the famous Beatles...  see full details

Independence Day Parade

Independence Day

Norway achieved independence from the Danes, creating their constitution on this day back in 1814 and progressing to become one of the most successful countries of the twentieth century. Independence Day is the biggest day of the year in Norway and the whole country...  see full details


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