By:Larm takes place in various venues in Oslo, Norway for the third year running and is held between Thursday 18th and Saturday 20th February 2010. By:Larm plays host to the next generation of Scandinavian artists ranging from metal, pop/rock, jazz, electronica and folk music.
Line-upThis years' festival will beat all previous records with a total of 500 concerts shared between 40 stages right in the heart of the city. With almost 250 artists performing between the official By:Larm programme and the club:Larm concept (smaller venues), audiences can pick and choose amongst artists from Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Iceland and Finland.
By:Larm will be exploring new young hopefuls and the more established acts for 2010 including Alit Boazu, Blood Command, CCTV, Chrome Hill, Death By Unga Bunga, Denga Denga, I See Horses, Manhattan Skyline, Pica Pica, The Pink Robots, Pow Pow, Proviant Audio, Razika, Serenity Trace, Shot At Dawn, Siri Nilsen, Social Suicide, Therese Aune, Vinter in Hollywood, and others.
See below for full line-up.
TicketsTickets are priced at 650,00 NOK (around £95) for a festival pass. To buy tickets, click here.
Getting thereOslo has a range of accommodation options available, and is reachable by rail and plane networks.
More information will be here when available.
The line-up will include A-Laget, Alit Boazu, Altaar, Anchor, Anna von Hausswolff, Asha Ali, Audrey Horne, Bjørn Hellfuck, Blood Command, Bushman's Revenge, Cacadou, Casiokids, CCTV, Children and corpse playing in the streets, Chimes & Bells, Chrome Hill, The Cumshots, Daniel Gilbert, Danny & Pumba, Death By Unga Bunga, The Deer Tracks, Denga Denga, Diskjokke, Donkeyboy, Dunderbeist, Dunderhonning, Easy & Toshybot, Efterklang, Elephant 9, Emmett Brown, Eplemøya songlag, Filmvisning: The Posters Came from the Walls, Final, Fontän, For a Minor Reflection, Forza, Giana Factory, Goat the Head, The Good The Bad, Haddy N'jie & A Few Good Men, Hafdis Huld, Haust, Howl, Humming People, Hypertext, I See Horses, Ingrid Olava, Izakaya Heartbeat, Jabaman, Jaga Jazzist, Jens Carelius, Jesse, Jesse Jones, Joensuu 1685, Jonathan Johansson, Julie Stokkendal, Jóhann Jóhannsson, Kakkmaddafakka, Kathinka, Katzenjammer, Kavaleriet, Kira Kira, Kollwitz, Kristian Skaarbrevik, Kråkesølv, Lady Moscow, Lars Vaular, LidoLido, Line Larsen, Lise Karlsnes, The Little Hands of Asphalt, Manhattan Skyline, Manheads, Manna, Mari Persen, Maria Due, Markus Krunegård, Masselys, Mathias Eick Quartet, The Megaphonic Thrift, Mhoo, Moddi, Montée, Moto Boy, Munn til Munn Metoden, Murmansk, Narum, Navigators, Negash Ali, Nephew, The New Wine, Nils Bech, Noora Noor, Obliteration, Oh No Ono, Phone Joan, Pica Pica, Pow Pow, Proviant Audio, Purified in Blood, Ragnhild Furebotten og Tore Bruvoll m/ Hekla Stålstrenga, Rakija, Razika, The River Phoenix, Rubik, The Rumour Said Fire, Samsaya, Seabear, Serena Maneesh, Serenity Trace, Shining, Shot At Dawn, Sigrid Moldestad, Siri Nilsen, Skatebård, Skjelvekommode, Social Suicide, Solveig Slettahjell, Supersilent, Susanna & the Magical Orchestra, Susanne Sundfør, Sver, Svermere, Sweat Shop:Oslo Break Fest, TBA, Therese Aune, Thom Hell, Thomas Eriksen, Thus:Owls, The Tiny, Todd Terje & Dølle Jølle, Twins Twins, Ungdomskulen, The Urban Blues Band (Union Blues Band), Urban Tunélls Klezmerband, Valkyrien Allstars, Vinnie Who, Vinter in Hollywood, Vreid, Wardruna, When Saints Go Machine, Årets Urørt: The Pink Robots, and Æ.
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