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Oslo Culture Night is back! Rejoice!
If I were to rate my top three things it would probably be:
1. Free stuff
2. Cultural stuff
3. Happenings where all of Oslo get together to create a great and free festival.
This year cultural euphoria hits town on friday 12th of september (tomorrow)! It’s finally time for the annual Oslo Culture Night.
Oslo Culture Night is a free festival with events spread all over town. It’s Norways biggest one-day festival, and this year they’ve got their biggest program ever. Experience a wide range of shows, activities and culinary… stuff… on 125 different locations.
Check out their amazing 39 page (!) program (in english) with events from all over town.
Take a course in cooking, watch an interesting debate, visit NRK, check out great concerts or learn martial artis.
We guarantee you that you’ll find something interesting. And if you don’t, then we’re sorry to inform you that you’re kind of a downer.
More information: http://www.oslokulturnatt.no/