WHERE – At approx. 200 venues in Oslo, in the city centre, the city districts and at the Culture Night marketplace at Oslo City Hall.
Events are categorised as follows: music & dance, art, history & museums, film & theatre, buildings, literature, explore – unknown to many, food & drink, and children & young people.
You will find more events,and programme overview found on oslokulturnatt.no
Friday September 14, 2018. Various opening times. The earliest event starts at 12 midday and the latest closes at 6 am the following morning.
PLAN YOUR EVENING
At oslokulturnatt.no you can make your own trail!
This is the easiest way to get your bearings. The trail may also be split and this year we have tips for you, so follow us on Facebook, Instagram and SnapChat for the first time. We have guides this year who you will see in Oslo centre with Oslo Culture Night t-shirts and a programme in hand. Don’t hesitate to ask, they are there for you.
Free entry to all venues.
Oslo Culture Night is organized by Kulturetaten, the city of Oslo’s Department of Cultural Affairs, in cooperation with the city’s cultural institutions, organizations, artists, performers and the business community.
Source: oslokulturnatt.no / Norway Today