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Jan 17 – Jan 20 all-day
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The Swedes are certainly a musical lot. If you’ve ever sat around a table with Swedish friends at Midsummer or...
Arvika
Jan 19 – Jan 20 all-day
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This low-key jazz festival, held every year in Oslo since 1980, celebrates the music and legacy of famed French-Romani jazz...
Oslo
Jan 19 – Jan 21 all-day
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Looking to keep warm during those frozen winter nights in Norway’s chilly capital city? Then get your feet moving over...
Oslo
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Have you ever run through a light-strewn amusement park at night, while men breathe fire beside you and DJs pump...
Gothenburg
12:00 am
This January, the Northern Winter Beat festival is bringing an eclectic bunch of musicians from Denmark and abroad to the...
Aalborg
Jan 25 – Jan 28 all-day
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Apart from being the name of a famous brand of watches, Skagen also happens to be the name of Denmark’s...
Skagen
Jan 26 – Feb 5 all-day
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Gothenburg’s Film Festival is probably the best event of the year for movie buffs in the Nordic countries. It’s certainly...
Gothenburg
Jan 26 – Jan 28 all-day
12:00 am
Winter can feel the longest and darkest in January, when the cold air stings your face and the sun peeks...
Oslo

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