The Festival site address is Gamla Banan 6, 738 33 Norberg, Sweden The site is situated ten minutes by foot from Norberg town center.
Travel to Norberg by train to Avesta Krylbo or Fagersta with bus connection to Norberg. Book your ticket with SJ . Total travel time from Stockholm is about 2.5 hrs.
For international travel: transfer by train to Avesta Krylbo from Stockholm international airport Arlanda, connect by bus to Norberg.
On site services
We offer two bars, food with dietary options, WC:s, cold shower facilities, merchandise, charging stations and a campsite within the festival area. We can not supply open Wi-Fi.
The campsite is part of the festival site. Besides space for your tent, we offer WC:s, designated cooking area and cold water shower facilities. The camping opens on Thursday July 27 at 12:00 and closes on Sunday July 30 at 14:00. Cooking by fire is only allowed at designated cooking areas. Maximum tent size is 3×3 meters. You may bring your own drinks to the camping area.
The campsite is situated on packed crushed iron ore, left over from the mining days. This means that the ground is hard to pitch a tent on, but when you have your tent standing, it has the nice effect that no matter the amount of rain, drainage is quick.
Caravans and mobile homes
Caravans are allowed outside the festival area, at the racing track west of the camping site. For camping site conveniences, book Caravan Camping by lake Noren, 20 min by foot to the festival area.
Really Open Stage
One of the festival stages is completely open for you to perform at. Bring your own music gear or play on our supplied equipment.
Our artist gear bank is also available for visitors, subject to capacity. The gear bank is situated inside Mimerlaven, straight ahead up the first set of stairs.
Card payments only
No cash. You can only pay with credit and debit cards at the festival site.
Off site services
The town center of Norberg is 10 minute by foot from the festival site, offering cafés, restaurants, grocery stores, pharmacy, Systembolaget (Swedish alcohol monopoly) and various stores. We highly recommend you to take the 20 minute walk to lake Noren for a refreshing swim.