Øya Festival - Oslo, Norway 8-12 August 2017

Øya Festival 8-12 August 2017


In August every year the Øya Festival it draws around 60,000 music lovers to Oslo's east side, where they can enjoy four days of everything from international stars to up-and-coming artists.

Brody Dalle, Øyafestivalen 2014
Brody Dalle, Øyafestivalen 2014
Photo: Steffen Rikenberg/Øyafestivalen


The Club Night on Tuesday, with concerts at many small clubs, serves as a warm-up for the four days in the Tøyen Park festival area.
 
Wednesday to Saturday you can hear concerts from three stages in the park. If you need a break, you can try some organic food, or go shopping for records, clothes and cartoons from the stalls and tents. 

Øya 2014 was held in Tøyenparken for the first time, where the audience could enjoy acts like Queens Of The Stone Age, Outkast, Röyksopp & Robyn, Bryan Ferry and many more.  

Artists Øya 2017

Wednesday 9 August – sold out!  
Lana Del Rey (US), Spiritualized (UK) & Oslo Filharmonic (NO), Testament (US) 
Beachheads (NO), Bel Canto (NO), Beth Ditto (US), Charlotte Dos Santos (NO), Danny Brown (US), Darling West (NO), Hjerteslag (NO), IEatHeartAttacks (NO), Migos (US), Roy Ayers (US), Sadar Bahar (US), Selmer (NO), SIBIIR (NO), Silja Sol (NO), Strange Hellos (NO), UMFANG (US), Volvox (US), Young Thug (US)

Thursday 10 August – sold out! 
Ryan Adams (US), The xx (UK)
Chronixx (JM), Feist (CA), Gabrielle (NO), Hajk (NO), Janka Nabay & The Bubu Gang (SL/US), John Olav Nilsen & Nordsjøen (NO), Julia Jacklin (AU), Louien (NO), Mac DeMarco (CA), Madlib (US), Oathbreaker (BE), Purpurrpurple (NO), Sampha (UK), Sigrid (NO), Skadedyr (NO), Sleep (US), Telephones (NO), Thee Oh Sees (US)

Friday 11 August – sold out!  
Pixies (US), The Shins (US)
Angel Olsen (US), Billie Van (NO), Blood Forest Family (NO), Cashmere Cat (NO), Emile the Duke: Aasen tar helg (NO), Colter Wall (CA), Cosima (UK), Daniel Kvammen (NO), Frantzvaag (NO), Hester V75 (NO), Hilma Nikolaisen (NO), Hurray For The Riff Raff (US), Jessie Reyez (CA), Kaja Gunnufsen (NO), Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith (US), liv (SE/US), Luke Faas (NO), Marie Davidson (CA), The Modern Times (NO), Young M.A (US)

Saturday 12 August – sold out! 
Lars Vaular (NO), MØ (DK), The Hellacopters (SE)
BadBadNotGood (CA), Blood Command (NO), Broen (NO), Car Seat Headrest (US), Childhood (UK), DJ Karima F (NO), Jenny Hval (NO), Kelly Lee Owens (UK), Mental Overdrive (NO), Mikhael Paskalev (NO), Morudes + Bushman's Revenge (NO), Nils Bech (NO), Oumou Sangaré (ML), Pom Poko (NO), PWR BTTM (US), Shame (UK), Shikoswe (NO), Stein Torleif Bjella (NO), The Mystery Lights (US), Unge Ferrari (NO), Vazelina Bilopphøggers (NO), Vince Staples (US), Wet Dreams (NO), Yung Smul (NO)

After the festival area is closed, there are Nighttime Øya events in some of Oslo's clubs.

Tickets

Festival passes and day passes for Øya 2017 are sold out!


For the Club Night and Nighttime Øya events, single tickets are sold at each venue.

Tickets at ticketmaster.no  

Øyafestivalen, Tøyenparken
Øyafestivalen, Tøyenparken
Photo: Johannes Granseth/Øyafestivalen

About Øya

2001–2013 the Øya Festival took place in the Medieval Park, but due to work on the train lines it had to move. So from 2014 the Øya Festival is held in Tøyen Park (Tøyenparken) – still in beautiful green surroundings on Oslo's east side, still near the centre of Oslo.

The Øya Festival took over from the Kalvøya Festival, which was held on the island Kalvøya from 1971 to 1997, with legends like Frank Zappa, Jackson Browne and Nirvana on stage. The new festival appeared in 1999 under the name Øya, which means "island", and the name was kept when the festival moved off the island and into the city in 2001.


Official web site:
www.oyafestivalen.com

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