Øyafestivalen is an alternative music festival in Oslo. Taking place in the central Tøyenparken over five days, the festival is one of the biggest and most respected in Norway.
With a lineup of national and international acts ranging from up-and-comers to headliners, Øyafestivalen covers a wide range of genres, going for artistry over any particular sound.
With green initiatives to keep the carbon footprint down, organic food options and five stages packed full of hot artists, the festival is a true Scandinavian gem.
Tøyenparken is a large park located in central Oslo, making Øyafestivalen a classic, massive outdoor festival.
The nearest airport is Oslo Airport (OSL). Upon arrival take the F2, F1x or F1 train to Oslo Central Station. From here transfer to the 5 or 1 metro line and get off at Tøyen. The venue is a 5 minute walk east from the metro station.
Oslo Central Station is accessible from most Norwegian and Swedish cities but may require a transfer along the way. Upon arrival take the 5 or 1 metro line and get off at Tøyen. The venue is a 5 minute walk east from the metro station.
This is an all ages festival, but if you are over 18 and would like to drink, bring your ID.
Children under 12 get free admission with an adult.
Wednesday-Friday the festival site opens at 13:00. Saturday the site opens at 12:00. Last entry throughout the festival is 22:00 as the last acts start at 23:00, after which the site is emptied and closed.