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Top Reasons to Visit Oslo in the Month of September

Oslo Castle
Credit: Oslo Castle / Flickr/Ed Lynch-Bell

Oslo is a fjord-filled paradise and is home to some iconic attractions and exciting museums. On your vacation to this magical city, you will be spoilt for choice. 

Are you planning a visit to Oslo in the month of September? Then, you will experience some light showers and a dip in temperatures with a low of around 8°C (46°F). Oslo offers a variety of activities in the month of September and here’s a list of things to do and see on your visit to Oslo.

Granittrock ("Granite Rock") Free Rock Festival (September 1-2)

Credit: GranittRock

Music-aficionados will love this unique cultural experience at the rock festival at no entry free. The event will be organized at the Grorudparken, Groruddalen which is in the east of Oslo and is easily accessible by the metro. Look out for artists like Seigmen, Arif, Golden Core, Hkeem, and more.

Cirque du Soleil - Varekai (September 1-3)

Cirque du Soleil - Varekai
Credit: Cirque du Soleil - Varekai / Flickr/Focka

This event features artistic performances by world-renowned theatrical producer Cirque du Soleil, which will be hosted at Oslo Spektrum. And the show features the Greek myth of Icarus in the backdrop of an enchanting forest, Varekai. Book your tickets as early as possible.

ULTIMA Oslo Contemporary Music Festival (September 7-16)

ULTIMA Oslo Contemporary Music Festival
Credit: ULTIMA

Don't miss this thrilling contemporary annual music event, which presents Japanese artists, Fujiko Nakaya & Ryuichi Sakamoto, and Norwegian performance group Verdensteatret featuring a new production and many more performances.

Film Festival, Food Festival, Octoberfest, and more

Octoberfest Chateau Neuf
Credit: Octoberfest

Enjoy the Oslo/Fusion International Film Festival (September 19-24), or join the party with the Octoberfest Chateau Neuf (September 29-30). Also, look out for the annual food festival Matstreif Festival which will be held at City Hall Square (Rådhusplassen) and Kontraksjæret.

Are you excited already? Then, hurry up and book your Oslo flights now, for a fun-filled vacation in September.

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