This summer, SALT transforms into a cultural village where music, comedy, dance and outdoor cinema fill long, bright evenings by the fjord. Tickets provide entry for the entire day, and you can also visit our cafe and food stalls, with outdoor seating available.
Today's schedule offers:
12.00, 15.00, 18.00, 21.00: Sauna session in Skroget (separate tickets)
12.00-20.00: Into the Water – Havnefest for Klima (Hele området)
13.00-14.00: For kids: Jorda rundt på 80 dager (separate tickets)
14.00-17.00: Bryggedans: MUD session (Pynten)
15.00-21.00: Night Market: Secondhand clothes market (Markedsgata)
19.00-22.00: DJ Conekticut (Preikestolen)
21.00-01.00: Club Árdna (Árdna)
22.00-23.00: Niilas (Langhuset)
For more information about our program and food stalls, check out salted.no.
Kl. 11.00 – 19.00: Free
Kl. 19.00 – 21.00: 75,-
Kl. 21.00 – 23.00: 125,-
Kl. 23.00 – 01.00: 175,-
Day passes are free to all who arrive before 19.00, and events at Naustet and Pynten are always free unless otherwise stated.
Tickets are available in advance for 125 NOK, and allow fast track access to avoid standing in line.
Access to the sauna requires a separate ticket, but a day pass is included in the price. Book sauna tickets here: universe.com/saltsauna
ID: 20 years (after 7PM)
Pre-sales close at 9PM, but tickets are available at the door. Tickets are non-refundable.
Sauna session in Skroget (separate tickets)
Welcome to Sauna Session in our new sauna Skroget! The bathing ritual has been an important part of the Nordic way of life for a long time. Our sauna has a pleasant temperature of around 70-80°C. Outside, you can enjoy a 7000 litre aquavit barrel that is converted to a sauna of 80-90°C and two cold baths as well as a shower. Wardrobes are right outside Árdna.
Into the Water – Havnefest for Klima (Hele området)
The climate crisis can be a bit overwhelming sometimes. Into the Water - Havnefest for Klima is a celebration of all the possibilities we can find in a sustainable society. In the ship Hawila, the project is sailing around the northern countries to inspire people to create a more sustainable future.
Havnefest for Klima will be from 19th-21st July.
For kids: Jorda rundt på 80 dager (separate tickets)
Plutselig blir det helt stille i den folksomme baren. “Har vi en avtale?” spør Mr. Fogg, og slipper pengesekken i bordet. Passepartout kan ikke tro sine egne øyne. Var ikke Mr. Fogg riktig klok? Han skal til å protestere, men blir avbrutt med det samme: “Hva venter du på, Passepartout? Klokka tikker.”
Feil Teater er stolte av å kunne presentere en helt ny, leken og musikalsk familieforestilling basert på Jorden rundt på 80 dager av Jules Verne. Les mer her.
Bryggedans: MUD session (Pynten)
The housedance culture have been thriving in New York since the 70s and we want to share this culture with Oslo. Come and listen to good music, feel the vibe and dance with us - the floor is open to anyone who likes music and dance every Saturday!
MUD session was started by the New York based crew MAWU in 2009 and came to Norway in 2015. MUD stands for Movement Un-Defined, and is for anyone who is interested in housemusic and -dance.
Night Market: Secondhand clothes market (Markedsgata)
Make a positive impact on the environment by selling your old, or buying your new clothes at SALT! It’s become incredibly popular to buy second hand clothing, thanks to our full wardrobes and a growing awareness concerning sustainable consumption. Apart from making some extra cash yourself, someone may find their new favorite pair of jeans, a dress or maybe even some sneakers, in a more sustainable way.
DJ Conekticut (Preikestolen)
Oslo based Zena Williams, aka Conekticut, is your local rasta gyal with some of the best music from the caribbean. Freedom, rythm, roots and happiness. Dancehall, afro and reagge with a little hint of whatever moves in music nowadays is what you can expect with Zena behind the master.
Club Árdna (Árdna)
We invite you and some of Oslo’s best DJs to hot and steaming summer nights in Árdna! The whole area around Árdna turns into a dance floor, and if you’re not in the mood for dancing you can always chill out in Árdna with a view of the opera and Oslo’s skyline. If you’re feeling extra steamy - buy a ticket for Skroget sauna!
Niilas has recieved lots of praise for his music and last year he released his first full EP "Naste". He's still pursuing his charcteristic melancholic sound, but has at the same time made his music more available to a bigger audience. Bergens Tidende has referred to him as "Vibbefanger's biggest ace" and there's no doubt he's a producer to keep an eye on.