Miniøya Children's Festival

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.

Miniøya 2011

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.

Ope­ning times:

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 .

Par­king faci­lities close to the fes­ti­val area are limited.

Age limit

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

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

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