Putting the focus on pop, rock and electronic music, Pstereo is a firm favourite among fun-loving students in the university city of Trondheim. Families can also enjoy the festival as well, and a free family concert will be performed on Saturday.
The 2017 festival will have four stages set up on Marinen, a large grassy area located between the river and the city’s towering gothic cathedral. Before 4pm each day is family time, with kids allowed in and alcoholic drinks stopped at the door.
After 4pm the beer starts flowing and Pstereo becomes a proper over-18s music event. Pstereo has an eclectic line-up this year, including alternative rock group Soup, Norwegian singer Amanda Tenfjord, British rapper Kano, and the classic hip-hop group Sugarhill Gang, among many others. Check out Pstereo’s website for a full list.
Tickets are sold out for Saturday, but at the time of writing were still available for the Thursday and Friday, so hurry if you want to grab one! And if you’re only in town on Saturday, remember the family concert is still free and open to all.