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Blå is an independent club for live, contemporary jazz, hip-hop, r&b and related sounds; a professional venue dedicated to up-and-coming acts from all over the country, as well as established international artists.

Concerts are often held early in the evening, before the venue turns into a vibrant club with Djs from Norway and abroad.

The club presents live performances for body, mind and sound system, and in the summer season Blå offers the finest in outdoor café leisure on the banks of the river Akerselva.

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Tram No.11/12/13 > Schous plass Bus No.34/54 > Møllerveien

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