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The Riddu Riddu Festival in Norway is an indigenous festival with an international touch with a program for the whole family. This annual festival takes place in Kåfjord in Norway and
The Riddu Riddu Festival in Norway is an indigenous festival with an international touch with a program for the whole family.
This annual festival takes place in Kåfjord in Norway and has been around for more than 30 years. In 1991, some people came together and started to talk about their roots and identity. They were all born in Sami family’s and even though their grandparents still spoke the language, they hardly spoke about their roots. That’s when they decided to show their pride through music and culture, and the festival was born.
There is so much to see and do at the Riddu Riddu Festival Norway you don’t have enough time to do it all. From movies, workshops, traditional dancing, and an indigenous market to great concerts.
The main festival will be held for 6 days straight, but the children’s festival will only be held for 3 days from Monday to Wednesday. If your children are between the age of 3 and 13 years old they are welcome to join the festival. Your kids will be able to enjoy Sami handicrafts, music, storytelling, mask making, and a family-friendly show at the end of every festival day.
july 14 (Wednesday) - 18 (Sunday)
Senter for nordlige folk, 9144 Samuelsberg, Norway
Oslo Culture Night in Norway is a yearly free festival to enjoy performances, shows, and live music all around Oslo. Every year the capital of Norway, Oslo turns into a big
Oslo Culture Night in Norway is a yearly free festival to enjoy performances, shows, and live music all around Oslo.
Every year the capital of Norway, Oslo turns into a big festival terrain for one night. All around the city you find art installations, dance performances, music, street performers, comedy, and shows. And you know what the best thing is? All shows are for free to promote the culture of Oslo.
Entertainers, musicians, artists, and comedians from all corners of Norway will head to the capital to show the people what they have to offer and entertain them. You and your family will be amazed by the variety of performing arts and shows. There is something for everybody.
The program of the event will be available around one month before the event in September. So, if you want to learn more about it, you can check the website of Oslo Culture Night Norway in August. So, when they post the program online you can decide if you want to see a movie, visit an acrobatic act, or head to a concert.
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All Day (Friday)
Karl Johans gate 11, 0154 Oslo, Norway