The main target group for Miniøya is children ages 4-12, but this is a family event, and everyone is welcome. Persons over age 16 are only allowed into the festival area if in the company of a child under 16.
BigBang / Maria Mena / Stella Mwangi / Datarock / Maj Britt Andersen and Slattum Bulls / Ost & Kjex / Phaedra / Oslo Ess / Dry the River / Captain Credible (US) / X-Ray / AF1 / Emil Nikolaisen / Urørt under 16 final / Animation tent / Visitors from the Kristiansand Zoo
«Tøyenparken» lies on gently rising ground between the Munch Museum and Tøyen swimming-pool. The land where the park lies actually belongs to Tøyen farm, and was first transformed into a public park in the 1950s, with improvements being made later. The park is unique, being a natural amphitheatre, and with a fine view over Oslo and to the beautiful Botanical Gardens.
Miniøya opens on Saturday 28 May and runs for two days.
Saturday: 11.00 – 18.00
Sunday: 11.00 — 18.00
Take Bus no. 20 to the «Munchmuseet» stop, or take the Tøyen line on the Underground «T-bane» to «Tøyen» stop. Times can be found online at www.trafikanten.no .
Parking facilities close to the festival area are limited.
Miniøya is the first festival in Norway to have 16 years as its upper age limit. This means that visitors who are over 16 will only be admitted if they are accompanying children. Miniøya is a festival expressly for children!
Of course, all parents, grandparents, uncles, aunts and friends who come to the festival with children are heartily welcome!
Tickets are sold through Billettservice at www.billettservice.no
A festival ticket for one day costs NOK 275
A festival weekend-ticket for both days costs NOK 450
A festival family ticket (4 persons) for one day costs NOK 770
A festival family weekend-ticket (4 persons) for both days costs NOK 1260