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National Music Day Oslo

National Music Day Oslo Photo: Musikkfest Oslo
National Music Day Oslo Photo: Musikkfest Oslo

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Free music festival on the first Saturday in June, when summer is welcomed with 20-30 outdoor stages, hundreds of artists and a seething atmosphere all over town.

National Music Day is an annual celebration of music, and the bands and artists play in streets and parks, on places and squares, from the centre of town up to Grünerløkka.

All sorts of genres are represented, from rock, country and pop via electronica and jazz to world music, choirs and Norwegian folk music.

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Where:Oslo
6/7/2014
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12:00 PM
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National Music Day Oslo - Photo: Musikkfest Oslo

National Music Day Oslo

Free music festival on the first Saturday in June, when summer is welcomed with 20-30 outdoor stages, hundreds of artists and a seething atmosphere...

National Music Day Oslo

Source: Visitnorway

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