Oslo jazz Festival 2017

12-19 August 2017.

Oslo Jazz Festival is a six-day festival held in August every year. For more than 30 years, the festival has offered a broad range of jazz experiences; be it the Count Basie Orchestra at Oslo Concert Hall or Lars Frank Trio at a subway station.

2017 Artists

Manu Katché & Friends, Joshua Redman, Jamie Cullum, Beady Belle, Gregory Porter, Zigitybop!, Tom Harrell, Lill Lindfors, Tonbruket, Karin Krog + Steve Kuhn & John Surman, Kurt Rosenwinkel Standards Trio, Magnolia Jazzband & Topsy Chapman, Bodil Niska Kvartett & England Brooks, Milenburg Joys Jazz Quintet, Misha Alperin, Hanne Hukkelberg, James Morrison & The Brazz Brothers, Bugge Wesseltoft, Jazzin’ Babies & Denise Gordon …

See the complete programme at oslojazz.com 


It is possible to buy a pass for one day, or single tickets for particular concerts.

Tickets are on sale at oslojazz.com.  

About Oslo Jazz Festival 

Oslo Jazz Festival has always had the ability to present a wide-ranging festival line-up. The program represents the whole spectrum of jazz and related music, from gospel and blues to latin jazz and electronica. The festival has concerts especially for children, and every year a separate showcase stage presents young, unknown talents. Oslo Jazz Festival puts its mark on the streetlife with jazz parades through the centre.

Oslo Jazz Festival presents well-known and unknown jazz artists for a big audience. Since its "flying start" in 1986, the festival has given jazz lovers many great concert experiences. International stars such as Phil Woods, Dee Dee Bridgewater, Bobby McFerrin, Brad Meldau, Django Bates and Illinois Jaquet Big Band have all spellbound the audience at Oslo Jazz Festival.

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