Events in Scandinavia

Feb 2 – Feb 25 all-day
12:00 am
Whatever the time of day or night and wherever you find youself in Denmark this February, some talented jazz musicians...
Various locations
Feb 15 – Feb 25 all-day
12:00 am
As far as niche film festivals go, this may seem like an unexpected event for Copenhagen to host. However, the...
Copenhagen
Feb 15 – Feb 18 all-day
12:00 am
Rally Sweden is one of the biggest events in Värmland’s winter calendar, a time when hundreds of spectators gather and...
Karlstad/Hagfors/Torsby
12:00 am
Urban winter sport comes to the centre of Stockholm with this two-hour dash to see who can get up and...
Stockholm
12:00 am
The Aurora Winter Festival is a three-day classical music festival in the town of Trollhättan, Sweden. Classical isn’t the genre...
Trollhättan
Feb 22 – Feb 25 all-day
12:00 am
The Stockholm Feminist Film Festival is a celebration of women in the film industry, both on screen and behind the...
Stockholm
Mar 1 – Mar 3 all-day
12:00 am
by:Larm is both an annual gathering for musicians and music industry professionals, and a chance for the public to hear...
Oslo
12:00 am
Celebrating its 17th year in 2018, the Oslo International Church Music festival brings the best in international church and classical...
Oslo

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