Summer festivals and events in Mid-Norway

Mid-Norway is full of cultural events in the summer months. Travel around the Værnes region by Trondheim Airport for some unexpected events that will leave you with lasting memories. If you love a good guitar riff and soulful singing or perhaps you prefer the engine roar of fast rally cars then check out the offerings in the coming months.

Step back in time at St. Olav Festival

St. Olav Festival is one of Norway’s largest cultural festivals and takes place in Trondheim, set against the magnificent backdrop of Nidaros Cathedral and the Arch Bishop’s Palace. Here you can enjoy a number of concerts, browse the medieval market stalls and watch a middle age reenactment and battle. The event attracts pilgrims from across Europe who make the journey to this incredible religious site, as their ancestors did thousands of years before them.

July 28 - August 4

Nidaros Cathedral, Norway

Blues in Hell

Yes, that’s right. Ever wondered what it’s like in Hell? You can find out in Mid-Norway. Situated near Trondheim Airport is a small village called Hell, most famous for its annual International Blues Festival. The event guarantees an uplifting and eclectic mix of concerts. Some of the best cultural experiences happen in small places and this is one of them. Since its inception in 2008, it has been voted The Best Blues Festival and The Best Small Festival in Europe. Quite an achievement. During the festival, you can enjoy music from John Mayall, Davina, Michael Roach, Jørn Hoel & the Blue Groove and an emotional tribute to one of times greatest soul singers, The Etta James Experience.

August 30 - September 2

Blues festival in Hell

FIA World Rallycross Championship

If you prefer a faster pace, adrenaline and the roar of engines, go to the FIA World Rallycross Championship in Hell. Join over 20,000 spectators for the eighth round of this European race at Lånke. It is easy to become wrapped up in the amazing atmosphere. Will you cheer on last year’s champion, Norwegian Peter Solberg, to another world champion title or perhaps your favorite driver as they navigate the exciting and hilly circuit? After the race celebrations, the festivities continue into the evening with a concert from local musicians DDE.

June 9-10.

FIA World Rallycross Championship Norway

The coming months in this region are full of exciting entertainment whether you like a good guitar riff, classical performances or joining other petrol-heads in a race. Enjoy it with Radisson Blu Hotel, Trondheim Airport!

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