Events in Scandinavia

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The cinema is a great escape from the cold of a Scandinavian winter, and if you’re a lover of animation...
Copenhagen
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What started as a small music festival back in 1988 has since developed into a bright light in the dark...
Tromsø
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The world – or at least the Swedish city of Trollhättan – will be your oyster on January 26th, as...
Trollhättan
Jan 31 – Feb 2 all-day
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The smoky smell of whisky and the fresh taste of beer will be sure to lure lovers of these precious...
Bergen
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Let there be light! In the heart of Copenhagen, February will see the capital’s second annual light festival take place. Light installations...
Copenhagen
Feb 1 – Mar 9 all-day
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Two wins and four top-five places this decade, and six first places overall: Sweden is Eurovision royalty. But why does...
Various locations
Feb 1 – Feb 24 all-day
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Whatever the time of day or night and wherever you find youself in Denmark this February, some talented jazz musicians...
Various locations
Feb 1 – Feb 3 all-day
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Raise your glass and make a toast to Oslo as the Norwegian capital hosts its ninth wine festival this February....
Oslo

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