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5 things to do in week 19…Oslo edition

5 things to do in week 19…Oslo edition

11.05.2017

What?
Karin Krog, Norway’s queen of jazz, turns eighty! To celebrate her and her legendary career, the diva herself has put together a night of her most memorable moments in jazz. In constellations consisting of some of the country’s best jazz musicians she will play through the highlights of her extensive catalogue, promising an energetic and colorful night to remember.

Where?
Nasjonal jazzscene, Karl Johans gate 35
How much?
265NOK

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11.05.2017

What?
The British grime sensation, Stormzy is back in Oslo after blowing the crowd away at the Øya festival last summer.  With a stage presence few can match,  a contagious battle rap mentality  and outstanding ability to mix both soft and hard, there is no question about where you should spend your Thursday.
Support comes from Lethal Bizzle and Swedish Cherrie.

Where?
Rockefeller / John DEE / Sentrum Scene, Badstugata 2
How much?
305NOK

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11.05.2017

What?
Celebrating a new release and a record on its way, The Fjords take to the stage at John Dee. Mixing synths, electronica and dark lyrics with visually striking performances, the Fjords will leave an impression.
Support comes from poptronica quartet DRØM. If you haven’t heard of them, check out their latest single “Fantasiflukt“.

Where?
Rockefeller / John DEE / Sentrum Scene, Badstugata 2
How much?
225NOK

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12.05.2017

What?
As the days grow longer and brighter your playlist shouldn’t necessarily follow. Tusmørke celebrate the darkness of Scandinavia and a brand new concept album called “Hinsides”. We get to experience the themes of human sacrifice and ancient religion in all its gloomy glory, accompanied by film and dancers. Get your goosebumps on!

Where?
BLÅ, Brenneriveien 9C
How much?
200NOK

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12.05.2017

What?
Red Bull Music Academy presents a rare treat when BAYA finally reveals his impressive new audiovisual project. Through meeting his father, a Harlem based artist, for the first time, he has created the conceptual album, “Oslo-Harlem“, exploring their relationship and history. Their common passion and exploration of creative expressions has led to this multi medial performance including songs, 18 interactive masks and interviews. You do not want to miss out on this!
Support comes from the mythical Lárus Sigurvin, promising seismological eruptions and electric vibes.

Where?
Parkteatret, Olaf Ryes plass 11
How much?
220NOK

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