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FemmeBrutal, Oslo's very own feminist booking collective, presents a three-day festival with music, workshops, lectures and debates.

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FemmeBrutal, Oslo's very own feminist booking collective, presents a three-day festival with music, workshops, lectures and debates. Artists include Awesomnia, Systraskap, Gaspard, Maria Jern, Naomi Runa, and Pox. Vegan food is served every day.

A complete programme is available at the festival's own website (in Norwegian). 

Daytime events are free of charge, evening concerts (8 pm all three nights) are NOK 100 per day. Tickets at the door.

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Where:Café Mir
8/29/2014
Fri
5:00 PM
8/30/2014 - 8/31/2014
Sat - Sun
12:00 PM

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Tram No.11/12/13 > Schous plass
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FemmeBrutal, Oslo's very own feminist booking collective, presents a three-day festival with music, workshops, lectures and debates. Artists include...

FemmeBrutal festival

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