Also on the calendar: the Oslo Opera Festival; the All Ears Festival for Improvised Music (www.all-ears.no); the Ultimafestivalen (www.ultima.no), for contemporary music; the Oslo World Music Festival (www.osloworld.no); and Inferno (www.infernofestival.net) for Norway's many heavy-metal fans.

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  • 1. Fotogalleriet


    Located in Sentrum, Fotogalleriet is the oldest operating institution working with photography through critical art theory in the Nordics, founded in the '70s. Its work promotes active language around photographic art and the personal expression it allows. The curators and gallery runners here are artists in their own right: the curation is never less than timely, thoughtful, provocative, and prolific. Queer voices, Black voices, all marginalized communities are celebrated, studied, and championed both in front and behind the lens of photographic artists showcased here. Don't miss it.

    Møllergata 34, Oslo, Oslo, 0179, Norway

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  • 2. Gamle Logen


    Concerts ranging from solo pianists to jazz trios to string quartets perform at this venue exuding romance and old-time glamour.

    Grev Wedels pl. 2, Oslo, Oslo, 0151, Norway
  • 3. Norwegian Wood

    Frogner | Festivals

    This popular outdoor music festival is held annually in June at Frognerbadet (Frogner Swimming Pool) next to Vigeland Sculpture Park. Begun in 1992, the festival has hosted big names, such as Iggy Pop, Bob Dylan, Alanis Morissette, the Foo Fighters, and Rufus Wainwright, as well as indie Norwegian bands.

    Frognerbadet, Kirkeveien, Oslo, Oslo, Norway
  • 4. Oslo Jazzfestival


    Every August, the Oslo Jazzfestival brings in major international artists and big crowds to various venues throughout town.

    Oslo, Oslo, Norway
  • 5. Oslo Konserthus


    Officially the home of the Oslo Philharmonic, Oslo Konserthus is a leading venue for classical musicians, along with jazz and pop performers and ballet dancers.

    Munkedamsveien 14, Oslo, Oslo, 0115, Norway
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  • 6. Øya Music Festival

    Tøyen | Festivals

    The large Øya Music Festival is held at Middelalderparken (the Medieval Park) in Gamlebyen in August. Sigur Rós, Sonic Youth, and Bon Iver have all played it.

    Tøyenparken, Oslo, Oslo, Norway

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