Oya Festival 2018

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Aug 07 - Aug 11 2018

Oslo, Norway (Tøyenparken)

989 NOK (1-Day); 2804 NOK (3-Day)

Norway’s premier music festival Øya returns next summer to the beautiful Tøyenparken, Oslo from August 7th – 11th 2018. From humble beginnings, Øya has cemented its enviable reputation as one of the most critically respected events in the summer music calendar, presenting audiences with tastefully curated, out of the ordinary billings. One of the world’s most green events, Øya has also become the benchmark in sustainable practices and standards for festivals the world over.

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