Must-see entertainment in Oslo

  • Blå


    Blå is all things to everyone, with DJs (it happens to be the city's best spot for hip-hop), live gigs and jazz. On Sundays there is a live big band that…

  • Kafe Hærverk


    A friendly, intimate and rather stylish live venue that also has excellent craft beers and natural wines to drink. There's a summer courtyard for hanging…

  • Nationaltheatret


    Designed in lavish fashion by Oslo's Henrik Bull, Norway's showcase theatre was constructed specifically as a venue to honour plays by Norwegian…

  • Parkteatret


    Oslo's beloved medium-sized venue, right on the lovely main square. Come to see international acts such as Shabazz Palaces or locals like Lindstrom and…

  • Rockefeller Music Hall


    One of the city's best concert halls, Rockefeller Music Hall, once a bathhouse, hosts a wide range of artists and events.

  • Revolver


    Dark and (ever so slightly) dirty rock-and-roll bar with an attached band room. A great place to see a local or interesting international act or just to…

  • Saga Kino


    The six-screen Saga Kino cinema shows first-run movies, including Hollywood fare, in their original language; the entrance is on Olav V's gate.

  • Gloria Flames

    Sofienberg, Grønland & Tøyen

    Gloria Flames is a popular rock bar with frequent gigs (including some big-name performers), and a roof-terrace bar during daylight hours.

  • Oslo Spektrum


    One of the city's largest concert venues hosts a range of big-name international stars.

  • Filmens Hus


    Filmens Hus screens old classics and international festival winners.

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