Practical info


The festival site address is Gamla Banan 6, 738 33 Norberg, Sweden. The site is situated ten minutes by foot from Norberg town centre.

Card payments only

We can’t accept cash, sorry, but we take credit and debit cards at the festival site.

On-site services

We offer a campsite, area for outdoor cooking with camping stoves, bar, food with dietary options, WC:s, cold shower facilities and charging stations.


The campsite is part of the festival site. The camping opens on Thursday, July 4th at noon and closes on Sunday, July 7th at 14:00. Cooking by fire is only permitted at designated cooking areas. The maximum allowed tent size is 3×3 meters. If coming with campervan: it's possible to park your van at Travbanan.

Off-site services

The town centre of Norberg is 10 minutes by foot from the festival site, offering cafés, restaurants, supermarkets, pharmacy, Systembolaget (Swedish alcohol monopoly) and various stores. We recommend visiting the town and supporting local businesses and a 20-minute walk to lake Noren for a refreshing swim.


Travel to Norberg by train to Avesta Krylbo or Fagersta with buses connecting to Norberg. Book your train and bus tickets with SJ.

For international travel: transfer by train to Avesta Krylbo from Stockholm international airport Arlanda and connect by bus to Norberg. Book your train and bus tickets with SJ.

Regional bus number 500 runs from nearby towns Fagersta and Avesta. More info at
We also recommend looking for carpooling opportunities at the Facebook event.


The Norbergfestival site is a preserved mining facility which we are grateful to gain access to. We do our best to make all venues and spaces accessible to everyone, but some areas on site have limited wheelchair access. The inside of Mimerlaven consists of several floors with no elevator, but the ground floor has full wheelchair access. All other stages are fully accessible. There is an accessible toilet on site. If you need assistance or escort to the festival, please contact us at and we will do our best to accommodate your needs.

Abandoned mining site

Please be aware that the site around Mimerlaven is a former iron mine, therefore the area of the festival site and the adjacent trotting/racing track may be contaminated land. As a safety precaution, the potentially contaminated land is covered by a layer of soil that is reinforced yearly with extra gravel, to ensure the safety of visitors. We ask visitors to refrain from digging in the ground.

African Swine Flu

The area surrounding Norberg has had cases of African Swine Flu which is completely harmless to humans but fully fatal in pigs. Currently all restrictions on activities related to the festival in Norberg town have been lifted by the authorities, but we recommend visitors to be mindful if traveling outside of Norberg, especially south towards Fagersta, that some restrictions on activities in woods and fields are in place.

Up to date information can be found here: Afrikansk svinpest (ASF) - and machine translated by Google: African swine fever (ASF) - ( 


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