Oya Festival 2017

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Aug 08 - Aug 12 2017

Oslo, Norway (Tøyenparken)

2684 NOK (GA)

Øyafestivalen is an annual Norwegian music festival held in Oslo. It has grown quickly since its modest start in 1999 and has now become one of Norway’s biggest festivals. The festival area in Tøyenparken consists of four main stages (Sjøsiden, Enga, Vika, Odden). More than 80 bands played in the park in 2009.

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