Concert starts at 21.00. Doors open at 20.00. 18 years of age.

Varighet: 5 timer
A big party that puts climate and the environment at the center.

The bands Beharie and Sløtface will play, there will be appeals from poets and activists, DJ Sunshine will DJ throughout the night, with other surprises along the way.


The pop-rockers in Sløtface are a total package who have worked hard for years to give audiences super-energetic rock shows, sing-along-friendly bangers and to build a community with their fans that truly creates memorable concert experiences. The band, which boasts a Spellemann Award in rock, international praise for releases and concerts, a feature in the Netflix hit "Sex Education" and a vocalist named one of the world's biggest rock stars by Kerrang magazine, entered a new phase in 2022.

Following the departure of several of the band's original members, current driving force and frontman Haley Shea now describes Sløtface as a "rock band collective". This means rolling collaborations with, and contributions from, some of Norway's best musicians (Nils Jørgen Nilsen, Simen Følstad Nilsen, Marie Moe, Tobias Osland), songwriters and producers (including Mikhael Paskalev, Odd Martin Skålnes) and endless possibilities for what Sløtface can sound like and create.


Deeply rooted within the indie/soul landscape you will find Beharie-a young, old soul with a distinctive expression that balances neatly between searching for an identity and independence. With vulnerable vocals immersed in delicate harmonies, his music conveys a nerve that dares to be both vulnerable and insistent.

Despite it being early on in his career, Beharie has already managed to win himself a Norwegian Grammy Award (“Spellemann Award") with his second EP ‘Beharie // Beharie’(2021), as well as being nominated by Swedish Gaffa Awards as “International Newcomer ofThe Year”. The EP also won him praise internationally with Wonderland saying:

“It might be too early to crown the EP of the year just yet, but this is certainly one of our best contenders”.

Having started 2022 with a month-long European support tour with William Fitzpatrick (US), the year continued to deliver for the soulful singer-songwriter. His third EP ‘Beharie, the Third’(May 22) saw raving reviews from the likes of VG (5/6), Gaffa (6/6), Aftenbladet (6/6) and Aftenposten (5/6), with Gaffa claimingBeharie’s the “cream of the crop” and comparing him to Frank Ocean:

"The similarities to Frank Ocean, both in the voice and the melodies, are so striking that it’s tempting to look into Beharie's family tree. A big comparison, yes, but one has to go tothis level to give a precise image of the talents that this man possesses”.

The summer continued to produce highlight after highlight, with a Leon Bridges support slot, a performance at the opening of the prestigious National Gallery in Oslo, with the Royal Family and the Prime Minister present, and a performance at the government’s marking of the “Year of Queer Culture”, broadcast live on the national TV station, NRK –to mention just a few. The rest of the year saw Beharie play several festivals, bothin Norway and abroad, and release the following-up single ‘Just For The Day’.

2023 is looking just as promising, with confirmed festival slots at Eurosonic (NL), Spot Festival (DK) and Øya Festival (NO), as well as a Norwegian and European tour in the diary.

With his ability to express emotions wrapped in warm, soulful and timeless sounds, Beharie is continuing to bring his ever-developing music to exciting new places and heights.


“Norway’s biggest soul-pop talent of the moment.” 5/6 -VG -

“You might as well get ready and prepare yourself to cry. The same goes for his third EP “Beharie, the Third”, which was released today (27/5/22).” -NRK P3-

"An obvious 6/6. He’s already got one Norwegian Grammy. There could quickly be more.” -Aftenbladet-

“Beharie is one of the most prominent musical talents in Norway.” -Dagsavisen -

“The rising artist showcases a vast musical aptitude underpinned by ease creativity and vocal prowess” -EARMILK -

“Gentle, heartwarming tones over an ever blossoming soul stirring landscape” -COLORS-

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