On this page you can find important, useful and practical information about Øyafestivalen. Use the menu to find out more. These pages will be updated regularly during the planning of this years festival. Please don’t hesitate to contact the person responsible for the different areas if you can’t find the information you are looking for. See below Kontakt (contact) in the menu.

Exchange your ticket in a wristband at the ticket office at the entrance. Opens at 13.00 Wed-Fri, 12.00 on Sat.

Avoid standing in line just before your favourite band by doing it on Monday or Tuesday

MONDAY 13:00-19:00
TUESDAY 13:00-21:00

Festival site:
In 2014, the Øyafestival took place in Tøyenparken for the first time. We will use the same park in the next few years.

In 2017 Klubbdagen (the Club Day) will be arranged August 8th, while the main program for the festival and Øyanatt (Øya Night) is arranged from 9th – 12th of August. More info about the festival area to come.

Opening hours:
Tøyenparken will open at 13.00 on wednesday, thursday and friday during the festival. On saturday, the festival area will open one hour earlier at 12.00. Last call to enter the festival area is 22.00 every day, and the last show is at 23.00 – after that the festival area is emptied and closed.

How to get there:
More info soon.

Øyakortet / The Øya card:
More info soon.

Age limit:
There is no age limit at the festival site in Tøyenparken. Remember to bring I.D if you are over 18 years old and want to drink something else than mineral water. The age limit at Klubbdagen and Øyanatt will vary, and is decided by the different clubs themselves. Childeren under 12 years old will get free admission with the company of a parent / grown up. A separate registration form for the child is required, regardless of the type of ticket / accreditation the parent or grown up has. This form has to be delivered at the entrance every day.

Prices and methods of payment:
All shops at the Tøyenparken festival site accept cash, Visa and Mastercard as means of payment. There are also several water dispensers in the park where you can fill up with water for free.

What you can bring and not:

Snacks, fruits and babyfood are allowed. There are vegetarian and gluten-free options for sale at the festival site.

The following items are not allowed inside the festival
– All forms of bottles
– Brought food and drink
– Especially flammable liquids or objects
– Umbrellas
– Camping Equipment
– Professional camera and video equipment
– Selfiesticks or similar
– Animals
Items that are prohibited under Norwegian law is obviously not allowed on the festival site. Exceptions can be made for special needs. Please contact the festival in advance to clarify this.