Venues and locations

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Munkedamsveien 14, 0220 Oslo
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Since opening the doors in 1977 Oslo Concert Hall has been a leading arena in Norwegian culture and music life with  more than 7 million visitors experiencing concerts and events in almost every genre. From our favorite, the jazz genre, we can name both Sammy Davies Jr and Ella Fitzgerald among some of the world’s foremost artists and orchestras that has played here.

We will be hosting the Friday and Saturday night dances in Lille Sal, a beautiful room with Malaysian merbau wood floors that is basically begging to accomodate your dancing feet. Being built for concerts the room offers great sound and is conveniently close to both wardrobes and a fully licenenced bar. We will also offer some cake and snacks for purchase.




Kirsten Flagstads Plass 1, 0150 Oslo
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Meeting point for the OLX treasure hunt.

Grensen 1, 0159 Oslo
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Dating back to the 1700s this building has a rich history.  Two-storey timber-framed, tieled brick roofs from the early 1700s, it was finished about the same time as Vår Frelser’s church on the opposite side of the square. The building has been operating restaurant activities since the 1800s. In 1920 the law on the conservation of buildings came, and in 1927 Stortorvets Gjæstgiveri was consecrated. Every Saturday the restaurant on the ground floor hosts the New Orleans Workshop Jazzclub and during OLX we are invited to join in, the Undecided Jazzband will be playing and they will clear some space for us to dance! However the music is fast and the space might be slighly limited so please consider the other guests and the people who work there, don’t swing out unless you are in complete control of your surroundings.


Vulkan 5, 0182 Oslo
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The area and the building were originally a train track production plant and the interior of the restaurant reflects that. Today Smelteverket is a long, rustic venue that serves food, drinks and offers entertainment. Smelteverket is a gastropub with lively evenings serving food and drinks. Most of the beer is Norwegian while you also get a variety of foreign types.

Smelteverket is located right next to Akerselva, in the basement of Mathallen at Vulkan in Oslo. There are two entrances located on either side of the restaurant, one from the bridge and one from the inside of the Mathallen. We strongly suggest you combine a visit here with grabbing a bite to eat either at Smelteverket or at Mathallen food hall upstairs.



Akershusstranda 25, 0150 Oslo
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On the edge of the land facing the Oslo fjord, Vippa is welcoming to visitors and food enthusiasts to experience delicious food in an environment charged with great energy! Vippa is a social and business model to facilitate and integrate immigrants and young aspiring food entrepreneurs into the social fabric of Norwegian culture. Vippa, strategically located in the Port of Oslo, is the host of multiple food stands offering sustainable and diverse food to Oslo’s increasingly bustling foodscape. Vippa’s vision is to bring together cultures through cuisines.


Langkaia 1, 0150 Oslo
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SALT is a nomadic art project with pyramidal constructions called “hesjer”, which are based on traditional coastal construction methods. Norway has one of the world’s longest coastlines and an ancient coastal culture where the people have fished in agreement with nature. The fishermen set up fishracks to dry the fish in the wind. Dried fish did not only give people nourishment, but also became an export article that has been significant in regards to the construction of Norway.

The pyramidal structures have been developed in collaboration with architect Sami Rintala. Árdna, The Arctic Pyramid, Langhuset and Naustet all make SALT an unique place for experiences and reflection where a diversity of people can be gathered to experience art and discuss today’s major challenges. The sea is crucial for the future of the planet. How can we ensure a sustainable sea for future generations? What can we learn from the coastal people’s ability to live with and out of nature?

SALT was first erected on Sandhornøya in Nordland in 2014. The project has since visited Bergen and is now in Oslo until 2018 when the journey continues to the north. Thus, SALT Oslo becomes a two-year festival. The program includes concerts, lectures, exhibitions, debates and family events. Throughout all seasons visitors can relax in the sauna, quench their thirst and eat tasty food from the sea.


Daas gate 19, 0259 Oslo
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This church house associated with Uranienborg Church is used for various events. We will host our Sunday tea dance in the beautiful 180 square meter hall with a great dance floor. Come and enjoy music from out DJs and the amazing OLX Amateurs Almost All-Star band. Light snacks, cakes, coffee and tea available for purchase, and there is also a fantastic (and free) home-brewed surprise! You are allowed to bring your own food and drinks here.