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Norway's shining star
Bergenfest 2021 will no longer take place due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. The festival will return on 14th - 18th June 2022, and all tickets will remain valid for next year's edition. You can read the full statement from the festival by clicking here.
All Festicket customers will be contacted regarding next steps.
Bergenfest is one of Norway's oldest and leading music festivals, consistently showcasing its diverse lineup in the beautiful city of Bergen for over 25 years.
Bergenfest is taking place in picturesque and historic surroundings of the Bergenhus Fortress. The festival is situated in the heart of the city, at the north end of the UNESCO World Heritage site Bryggen in Bergen.
Over the course of four eventful and sunny days in mid June, Bergenfest offers the best of Norwegian and international music from a mix of genres, including rock, R&B, hip-hop, world music and more.
Since its inception all those years ago, Bergenfest has welcomes some of the biggest artists in music, including Lana Del Rey, Bon Iver, Patti Smith, Queens of the Stone Age, Nick Cave, Kygo, Ellie Goulding, Pet Shop Boys, John Mayer and Liam Gallagher.
This year's lineup has yet to be announced for this stage.
Bergenhus Fortress, Bergen, Norway, Bergen, 5003, Norway
BY PLANE: There are daily international flights to Bergen from London, Copenhagen, Stockholm and Amsterdam. Bergen Airport Flesland is situated approximately 20 minutes from downtown Bergen. Taxis from the airport to the festival site should take around 20 minutes and cost approximately £25 (300 NOK).
You must be at least 18 to attend the festival unaccompanied. However, those aged 15, 16 or 17 may attend if accompanied by an adult over 23. Each adult over 23 may be responsible for up to two people.