6th Baltic Week

Under the topic „Music- a cultural heritage“ the City Bergen auf Rügen together with artists and music-actors will present diverse international music events from 28th September – 14th October.
In the European Year of cultural heritage we decided it is a good possibility let artists from our neighbor countries play music together with musicians from our Island in public events.

Protestfestivalen in Kristiansand

A protest against impotence and indifference, inspiring for engagement and action, against categorisation in the community, the one-track market thinking and slack level of tolerance.

The Protest festival "Protestfestivalen" in Kristiansand is a festival for engagement and enlightening of people; for fight against indifference, intolerance, standardization of thinking, apathy, single-tracked market thinking and a weak tolerance concept. The Program is based on the spirit of Erik Bye, Axel Jensen, Jens Bjørneboe, Henrik Wergeland and, from 2014, also Kris Kristofferson.

Marcus & Martinus live in Kristiansand

Marcus & Martinus live at Odderøya in Kristiansand, Southern Norway.
Born in February 2002, Marcus & Martinus was born and raised in the small town in Northern Norway, Trofors. From an early age the boys enjoyed singing and entertaining, and at the age of nine they wrote their first song ‘’To Dråper Vann’’ and entered the national singing contest, MGPjr. With their magnetic stage presence and the catchy song, the boys charmed all of Norway, and ended up winning the contest on live TV on September 2012 at the age of 10.

Viking Market at Bronseplassen

Agder Vikinglag organises a Viking market at Bronseplassen. This is a Viking market and craft meet with Viking guests from across Europe who come to Høvåg between Kristiansand and Lillesand.
Go back in time with young and old Vikings alike on narrow paths between market stalls and craftsmen. If you hear the sound of the horn, something is about to happen...

Ravnedans Contemporary Dance Festival

Ravnedans is Southern Norways biggest festival of contemporary dance. The name of the festival comes from the beautiful park Ravnedalen, in the town of Kristiansand, where the main performance at the festival is happening every year. The experience of the contemporary dance genre, performed by professional performers using powerful nature as a stage creates a magical experience for both the performers and the audience.