Tons Of Rock Festival 2023: Norway’s Biggest Open Air Rock Festival Tons Of Rock is Norway’s biggest open-air festival for rock and metal music. Now in its 7th year, the 2022 edition will bring three days of epic music on ‘the rooftop of Oslo’. The festival operates with a free/no age limit and children under […]Tons Of Rock Festival 2023 Ekebergveien 65, 1181 Oslo, Norway Oslo Norway
Tons Of Rock is Norway’s biggest open-air festival for rock and metal music. Now in its 7th year, the 2022 edition will bring three days of epic music on ‘the rooftop of Oslo’. The festival operates with a free/no age limit and children under the age of 8 can enter for free. Children must be accompanied by a parent or guardian at all times.
“Norway’s new large rock festival dedicated to everything from the classic and melodic rock to heavy rock and metal”
Tons Of Rock Festival takes place at Ekebergveien 65 in the Norwegian capital of Oslo. You can find the event at Ekebergveien 65, 1181 Oslo, Norway.
This year’s edition of Tons Of Rock Festival will welcome more than 35 artists to the three-day event; including exclusive performances.
In 2022 none other than UK metal legends Iron Maiden headlined. Along with Europe, Mastodon and Sum41, The Darkness, Steel Panther, Bring Me The Horizon and Faith No More, Turbonegro and Deep Purple.
Stay tuned for 2023 Tons of Rock lineup to drop.
The city of Oslo offers an efficient and reliable public transport system, making it easy to get around. The nearest airport is Oslo Airport, located 45km north of the city centre. Visitors can travel between the airport and city via the ‘Flytoget’ express shuttle train. The train operates every 10 minutes between 5.35 am and 12.35 am and tickets are approximately $20.
Throughout the city, you can find buses, trams, subways, ferries and trains. Ruter operates all public transport services and tickets start at around $5 per trip. 24 hour, 7 days, 30 days and 365 days travel passes are also available. It is recommended for visitors to purchase the ‘Oslo Pass’, which offers unlimited free travel between zones 1 and 2 in the city.
Located just outside the Old Town, the festival grounds are easily accessible by car and public transport. Departing at Oslo Central Station, visitors can travel to and from the venue by bus, tram or metro. You can take bus routes 34 or 74 to Ekeberg Camping, tram routes 18 and 19 to Sportsplassen or Metro routes 1 and 4 to Brattlikollen.
Festival shuttle buses will also operate throughout the festival, transferring passengers between the festival and Oslo Opera House. Parking is also available on site for visitors who are driving; however, due to limited parking spaces, it is recommended to travel via public transport.
The city centre of Oslo offers countless accommodation options. It is recommended to stay near the central station and Oslo Opera house, for quick and easy travel to and from the event. You can find a number of ‘Thon’ Hotels, Norway’s popular and affordable hotel chain, throughout the city.
Other popular nearby options include Comfort Hotel Grand Central, Comfort Hotel Xpress Central Station and Radisson Blu Plaza Hotel. Airbnb’s are also available throughout the city as well as surrounding the area of the event. You can explore all the nearby accommodation options below.
The city of Oslo offers a range of attractions and things to do. Located in the heart of the city, Vigeland Park is one of the city’s most popular destinations.
You can find everything from the world’s largest sculpture park to art exhibitions, museums, cafes and more. A number of popular museums include the Viking Ship Museum, The Fram Museum and The Norwegian Museum of Cultural History.
The next edition of Tons Of Rock Festival will take place from June 22-24, 2023.
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