Southern Discomfort music festival will deliver hardrock and metal in Kristiansand.
In 2002 Southern Discomfort metal festival started up in Kristiansand in the south of Norway.
Every year it brings everything from big artists to local up and rising acts on stage.
September 13. - 14. 2019 it's time for the 17th edition of Southern DisComfort metal festival in Kristiansand, Norway.
Food festival with entertainment at the city square in Kristiansand.
Confirmed artist in the evening event: Radiojam, Trang Fødsel and Sordal.
Dragefestivalen Kite Festival in Kristiansand.
Dragefestivalen - a kite flying festival at Kristiansand city beach.
Workshops at Saturday: learn how to buildt your own kite.
On Sunday it's al lot of activities for families and professional kite flyers showing their skills.
The Punkt festival in Kristiansand is a concept based on a combination of concerts and concomitant treatment of the music from these concerts in a studio environment, where new music is created during the days of the festival.
Punkt is a jazz/electronica music festival in the city of Kristiansand in the south of Norway. The festival is a concept based on a combination of concerts and concomitant treatment of the music from these concerts in a studio environment, where new music is created during the three days that the festival is in progress.
Live Festival in Kristiansand
Sørveiv Live will consist of 40-45 artists from various countries. The most promising bands in the region will also be playing. The concerts will take place in different scenes in Kristiansand.
Vivid is an post-rock / post-metal festival held in Kristiansand, Norway.
Vivid is an annual post-rock / post-metal festival held in Kristiansand on the south coast of Norway. They have established themself as a unique music festival emphasising audiovisual expressions, inclusion and hospitality.
From 6th until 14th July 2019 the 82nd edition of the maritime festival and sailing event will take place. Warnemünde Week is among the largest international sailing events in Germany. About 1,800 sailors from around 30 nations meet annually in Warnemünde for high-powered sailing as well as surfing and kiting competitions on the water. In addition, the cultural supporting programme also attracts more than 650,000 visitors to Rostock’s seaside resort every year.