September 25 2019
by:Larm is a music festival and conference held annually at different locations in Norway since 1998. Since 2008 the festival has been held in Oslo. The 2020 version of the festival will take place 27. – 29. February 2020.
by:Larm consists of two parts: a festival and a conference. The conference is a meeting place for the Norwegian and foreign music industries. A series of lectures, seminars and debates are held during the day. The festival concerts take place at night and are open to the public. Their main focus is to present artists that are on the verge of success, either in their homelands or internationally.
Festival pass, day pass and single tickets
A festival pass gives you access to 200 concerts over 3 days. A day pass will give you access to all concerts one day. Single tickets are for one venue one night only.
Opening times, ticket booth next to the festival tent
A delegate pass gives you access to the conference and a priority line at all concerts. As a delegate you also get access to our delegate database and the delegate lounge. A “must have” for people who want to network with the music industry.
Your delegate pass MUST be exchanged for a wristband at the Delegate Check-In. Remember to bring your ID! If you have purchased a delegate pass with student discount, you MUST show a valid student ID.
Opening times for Delegate Check-In:
Your delegate pass gives you access to the Delegate Lounge. The outside terrace will be heated, enclosed by walls and filled to the brim with industry people – so this is really where it’s at during the festival!
Opening times, Delegate Lounge
Coming from abroad?
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18 years: Rockefeller, John Dee, Sentrum Scene, Kulturkirken Jakob, Vulkan Arena, Pokalen, Melahuset and Festivalteltet presented by MatPrat
20 years: Revolver, Blå, Ingensteds, Krøsset, Kafé Hærverk, Kulturhuset and Verkstedet
23 years: The Villa
No age limit: BRYLARM Saturday (free), concerts in Torggata Saturday (free)
Lost something while having it large at one of our gigs this year? All lost property recovered from the festival will be handed in to Oslo’s central police station.
The doorstep won’t be an obstacle to great musical experiences. Her is an overview of facilities for wheelchair users at the various venues. The info is taken from individual websites and is not exhaustive. We recommend wheelchair users to contact the venues to ensure access.
Full wheelchair access with entrance, lift and toilets. Advance notice is required for a seat in the auditorium. Multi-storey car park next door to venue with good access.
Full wheelchair access. They have their own balcony with room for six wheelchairs and good views of the stage. Accessible toilets are available via lift. Contact assistants on arrival. Disabled parking in Torggata.
Wheelchair users are requested to make contact in advance. Ramp entrance and limited special seating. Accessible toilet on the same floor and parking in Badstugaten.
Separate wheelchair entrance. Contact guards for assistance and access to the accessible toilet. Nearest disabled parking is in Badstugaten.
Ramp access for wheelchairs.
Mobile ramp for wheelchairs, but need to be informed in advance.
BLÅ is on the ground floor and has full access for wheelchair users inside and out. Plus accessible toilets.
Ramp for wheelchairs, advance notice needed.
Wheelchair ramp with lift and an accessible toilet. Advance notice required.
The Revolver stage is in the basement, and not set up for wheelchair users.
Good access for wheelchairs.
Wheelchair access with accessible toilets.
Contact venue directly.
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