One Festival in Norway Is Happening despite COVID-19

So many festivals have been canceled this year despite us hoping the COVID-19 pandemic will go away as quickly as it started. However, most of the world is still affected by it, but one festival in Norway will still be held thanks to its unique character.

Fjord Oslo, a free art festival, was first held in 2019 and it was a big success. It was clear immediately that it was going to become a yearly thing, so this year we’re about to see some of the most stunning light installments in the capital of Norway from November 6th to 8th. The event is held outdoors and it’s free, but the visitors don’t need to come near each other to enjoy the show.

“From projections onto landmark buildings to intimate installations, interactive light sculptures and immersive video work, the program of the second edition is dedicated to art that invites conversation about human impact on the future of our world,” reads the festival’s website.

Using various techniques, the artists are projecting light installments onto the stunning backdrop provided by the city’s architecture. We can’t wait to see what they have prepared for this year.