Trondheim to the North Cape

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  • 1. Stormen Culture Center

    Located right on the harbor, this cultural hub is home to theatrical performances, jazz concerts, stand-up comedy, and much more. It's not unusual to see locals hanging around the harbor enjoying ice cream and sea views on a summer's day.

    Storgt. 1B, Bodø, Nordland, 8006, Norway
  • 2. Trøndersk Matfestival

    Celebrating its 20th anniversary in 2025, this annual two-day affair sees Michelin chefs, local farmers, and producers from around Trondheim and the Trondelag region set up stalls in the large and leafy town square and surrounding streets. Expect to try heavenly cheeses, jams, and cured meats and fish---maybe even moose or deer meat (or bear burgers, a delicacy found rarely in the north but not hunted). Cook-offs, interactive play, and creative kitchens for younger visitors are part of the event.  This is one of Europe's most highly regarded foodie events for those particularly focused on the dairy and seafood that this fertile land and surrounding cold waters produce. Around 200,000 people attend each summer, with some 120 producers and 30 breweries showcasing.

    Kongens gt. 30, Trondheim, Sør-Trøndelag, Norway

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  • 3. Bryggerifestivalen

    For those needing an oiling up before they try some of the more controversial delicacies of the region, there's a whole beer festival set up in the town square. Award-winning micro breweries want you to sample their pilsners, sours, IPAs, and stouts to your heart's fill---prices for full samples aren't bad, either, for Norway. The beer world has been fronted predominantly by men over the years, but did you know how historically women were the main producers of ale behind the scenes? In recent years, women have become a lot more visible and credited for their artisanal skills in the industry. Keep your eye and ear out for Liv Hogna from Hogna brygg, Silje Eggen from Fæby bryggeri og Bente Otnes from EC Dahls---as well as Hege Ramseng who throws ladies’ and beer events at the festival.

    Torvet, Trondheim, Sør-Trøndelag, Norway

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  • 4. Nordland musikkfestuke

    This festival, taking place the second week of August, focuses on classical musical but also hosts jazz, contemporary, folk music, and pop/rock performances.

    Bodø, Nordland, Norway
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