January 17 2019
By:Larm and Norsk Tipping’s objectives are to raise the profile of young talents and Norwegian music generally, both nationally and globally. Both sides can achieve this through a long-term, strategic collaboration, focusing on the broad spectrum of cultural activities financed by Norsk Tipping’s annual profit. In doing so, we can give people’s musical dreams a chance.
In recent years Hyundai has shown itself to be an innovative, creative and youth-oriented brand which understands the value of making stories and great experiences in association with the music industry. They are already working with the prestigious Mercury Music Awards in the UK, and now they have buddied up with the Nordic Music Prize, by:Larm’s annual award.
MatPrat is the brand of the Norwegian Centre for Consumer information, Egg and Meat, and represents the Norwegian farmer. www.matprat.no is a well-known source for food-inspiration, information and knowledge. Through our site, social media channels and our newborn chatbot Mats we provide people with everything they need to know about food when they need it. We also arrange panel talks and debates dealing with issues related to health and nutrition, animal welfare and sustainability, and believe in being were the crowd is. Food gets better with music and we look forward to proving that at by:Larm 2019.
Vulkan is the newest, and one of the most urban areas in Oslo. Here you will find everything you ever dreamed of when it comes to restaurants and food shops, and then some. We are proud to have Vulkan on board as our partner, and collaborate closely with them before, during and after the festival every year. We strongly believe that music and food has close ties, and this all comes to life during by:Larm!
Westerdals Høyskolen Kristiania
By:Larm is unique in the way it manages to combine being a music festival and industry conference. Here, both new music and fresh thinking are in the air, which is what makes by:Larm so important. TONO is proud to have been one of by:Larm’s main sponsors for many years.
As the leading Norwegian ticket sales agency, it’s completely natural for Ticketmaster Norway to be a part of by:Larm. by:Larm represents the best learning zone and meeting point for the Norwegian music industry.
Comfort Hotel® is the perfect hotel choice whether you’re heading to a festival, trip with friends, a romantic getaway or simply need a place to crash because you missed the last train home. Comfort Hotel® love being where it’s at, and for them, festivals are where it’s at. That’s why we’re thrilled to be working with Comfort Hotel® – the hotels we have grown up alongside in the last six years.
O.B.Wiik is Norway’s leading business supplying tents and equipment to the nation’s festivals. Our delivery serice is always innovative in its thinking, and has invested heavily in new solutions for optimising its portfolio for the industry.
Junkyard is a cutting edge online store for urban – street – and sports –fashion. Our target group is representet by young individuals who express their style and creativity. Our belief is that by:Larms´s effort for the unkown artists and for the creative industries co-realates perfectly with Junkyards vison and values. We were proud to be a part of this for the first time in 2015, and hope to work closely with by:Larm in the years to come.
The Orchard is a pioneering music, film and video distribution company operating in more than 25 global markets. We are very proud of working together with by:Larm on making this unmissable meeting point between Nordic and International Music Industry and Media.
The Nordic Culture Fund will contribute to a positive development of art and culture in the Nordic region by promoting cultural cooperation between Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway Sweden, the Faroe Islands, Greenland and Åland. This makes the fund through knowledge and network building and providing financial support.
Since 2003 Eurosonic Noorderslag has organized the European Talent Exchange Programme (ETEP). Since the start of the ETEP programme in 2003 a total of 3091 shows by 1082 European artists from 31 countries were presented at 100 ETEP festivals (2003 – 2016).
Arts Council Norway is the main governmental operator for the implementation of Norwegian cultural policy. Arts Council Norway functions as an advisory body to the central government and public sector on cultural affairs. The Arts Council is fully financed by the Ministry of Culture.
The grant scheme contribute to quality and diversity in Oslo’s art and cultural services, support the dissemination of the cultural heritage and stimulate innovation and development.
Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs
The main task of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs is to secure and promote Norway’s interests internationally. Norway’s interests are determined by such factors as its geographical location in a strategically important area, its open economy, its position as a coastal state and steward of substantial marine resources, and its extensive exports of oil and gas.