What's On September

Main Events

Nuart Festival 2017

Where: Kvitsøygata 25, 4014 Stavanger

When: August 31st – September 3rd

 Nuart hosts an annual festival for national and international artists who operate outside of the traditional art establishment. Every September, a team of internationally acclaimed street artists leave their mark on the city’s walls, both indoor and out, contributing to one of Europe’s most dynamic and constantly evolving public art events. The work produced at Nuart Festival stimulates debate by challenging entrenched notions of what art is – and more importantly, what it can be.


Art Lunch

Where: Henrik Ibsens gate 55, 4021 Stavanger, Norway

When: September 1st 12:00 – 12:30

One Friday a month at 12 pm we invite you to a short lecture or guided tour of our exhibitions, followed by lunch in the museum café. This Friday, curator Inger M. L. Gudmundson will give a tour of the exhibition Open Air – Kitty L. Kielland. Please note that the tour will be held in Norwegian. Tours in English are offered every Sunday at 12 pm.

The event is organized in cooperation with the Society of Friends at Stavanger Art Museum. Admission is free for members.


Concert with Sigvart Dagsland at Fister church

Where: Fister church in Hjelmeland, Ryfylke

When: September 1st 19:30

Enjoy a beautiful concert with the Norwegian artist Sigvart Dagsland.


Stand Up – Season Starts!

Where: Spor 5, Stavanger

When: September 1st 20:00

With comedians from Oslo, Stavanger and Bergen, we’ll start the autumn season. One of them will perform every Friday night at Spor 5!


The Haunted Concert

Where: Folken, Stavanger

When: September 1st 21:00 – 02:00


Steven Steezy Sawyer Concert

Where: Cementen, Stavanger

When: September 1st 22:30 – 00:00

Steven ‘Steezy’ Sawyer was born in Jeffreys Bay (every surfers paradise) and has represented his country in ISA and WSL events on numerous occasions, both in Long Boarding and Short Boarding divisions. He started jamming music around 10/11 years old. “Surfing has moulded my style of music and vice versa. Surfey rhythm and bluesy vibe is how I could describe my music best; the genre of my music is dependent on the crowd”.


Utopia Festival

Where: Sandvigå 1, Stavanger Konserthus

When: September 1st – September 2nd

A new pop and electronica city festival in Stavanger! We will present some of the most relevant names internationally and nationally. With the sea and mountains as its backdrop, in the heart of Stavanger centre at the Stavanger concert hall, Stavanger's new city festival Utopia will create unforgettable moments for all those interested in music. International and national artist who are both relevant and deliver high quality material.


Creator Makerspace: Inventors and Creators Festival

Where: Stavanger Forum

When: September 1st – September 2nd

Creator Makerspace will inspire you to create! This entrepreneurial festival will gather all groups of creators like hobby enthusiasts, craftsmen, artists, teachers, engineers, scientists, professors, students and tech enthusiasts - in short, everyone who likes to create. This is the festival that celebrates innovation and creativity.


Norwegian Fruit and Salmon Festival

Where: Hjelmelandsvågen

When: September 1st – September 2nd

The Norwegian Fruit and Salmon Festival is being held in Hjelmeland in Ryfylke.

The festival focuses on the fruit and berry traditions, and salmon trade in Ryfylke. A cultural event with activities and entertainment on stage throughout the day - and lots of great food!


Sirdalsdagene 2017

Where: Kvæven, 4443 Tjørhom

When: September 1st – September 3rd

“Sirdalsdagane” is the largest cultural event in Sirdal, marking the almost 180-years-old tradition of bringing sheep from Jæren and Dalane to Sirdalsheiane where they graze during the summer months. The food the sheep get when grazing in Sirdalsheiane, coupled with the good exercise they receive, produce extra good meat. At most 80 000 sheep were grazing in Sirdalsheiane. Today, the number of sheep in the region is reduced to around 20 000 animals. During Sirdals dagene you can experience seeing the sheep coming down from the mountain! The history of sheep in Sirdal is unique in Norway, and Sirdals dagene marks this tradition with three days of fun in Sirdal for the entire family! Entertainment for young and old. Shearing of sheep, carding and spinning of wool are also activities that you could witness.


How to Start & Grow a Profitable Global Service Business: From Idea to...

Where: Stavanger Sanitetsforening, 13 Madlaveien, 4008 Stavanger

When: September 2nd 09:30 – 18:30

How to Start & Grow a Profitable Service Business from Your Laptop? A Step-by-Step Blueprint that takes you from Idea to Launch? Are you ready to start and/or grow a global service-based business from Norway? In this interactive 1-Day Workshop, you will create your Step-by-Step Blueprint to launch your profitable business in a matter of days or weeks.

After Pride party at Fri Bar

Where: Øvre Holmegate 27, 4006 Stavanger

When: September 2nd 21:00 – 03:00


Family workshop

Where: Henrik Ibsens gate 55, 4021 Stavanger, Norway

When: September 3rd 12:00 – 14:00

Welcome to the first family workshop this fall.

Once a month, we invite you to a creative workshop, led by our professional art educators or invited artists. The activities are suitable for children of all ages and are perfect for family collaborations.


“Smocking” Sunday (Røykesøndag)

Where: Øvre Strandgate 88 & 90, 4005 Stavanger

When: September 3rd 10:00 – 16:00

Smoking of sprat and tastings right from the oven. Guided tours in Norwegian and English. Open house with cosy cafe. The fish is ready for tasting between kl. 11 and 11.30 and is served throughout the opening hours or until it is empty. Tasting is included in the ticket price.


“King for a day”

Where: Eiganesveien 45, 4009 Stavanger (Ledaal)

When: September 3rd 11:00 – 15:00

Do you want to be king for a day? Sunday 3rd of September we invite you and your family to a day at Ledaal, Stavanger's beautiful royal residence. Join the guided tour of children, try historical toys in the park and dress up like a great king or queen, or maybe a true prince or princess?


International Family Day Out

Where: Misjonsmarka 12, 4024 Stavanger

When: September 3rd 13:00 – 16:00

Welcome to International Family Day Out! All are welcome to join this family event with grilling, lunch buffet, fellowship, bouncy castles, games and music. You may bring food/beverages to share, a picnic blanket, chairs and lots of energy to enjoy this cultural event focusing on the family.


Intro-day at Sola Flight Club

Where: Sola Flyklubb Flyplassveien 168, 4055 Sola

When: September 3rd 14:00 – 18:00

Do you have a desire to learn to fly? Come and fly yourself with one of our flight instructors.


Opera Cafe

Where: Sandnes Kulturhus (Kulturhuset Foaje)

When: September 5th 19:30


Sturla Berg-Johansen #denfølelsen “Premiere”

Where: Kongshaugvegen 32, 4050 Sola

When: September 7th

Get ready for a "feel good show" where Sturla Berg-Johansen takes us on his wildest adventure, in adulthood, without stimulants. Simply a show you do not want to miss.


SSO Main shows: Three Classic Masters

Where: Stavanger Concert Hall

When: September 7th 19:30

Haydn: Symfoni nr 88, Mozart: Klaverkonsert nr 20, Mendelssohn: Symfoni nr 4 – Italiensk

Dirigent: Riccardo Minasi, Solist: Yulianna Avdeeva, klaver

This evening's program is taken from some of the famous composers from classical German / Austrian music life. This music has been living well in a couple of hundred years and does not seem to lose its popularity.

Street food festival

Where: Skagekaien 9, 4006 Stavanger

When: September 7th – September 9th (Thursday – Friday 17:00 - 22:00; Saturday 14:00 - 22:00)

We welcome you to the Streetfood festival in Stavanger. Visit us at Mexico, Newsman, N.B. Sørensen, Bevaremegvel, Bar Negroni - Villa 22.


Kjell Inge Torgersen release – full band and new songs

Where: Spor 5, Stavanger

When: September 8th 20:00 – 21:30

Kjell Inge Torgersen will release his 4th album, called “Mudderlys” and you are invited to the party.


Hanne Sørvaag and band

Where: Vaisenhusgaten 37, 4012 Stavanger

When: September 8th 21:00 – 23:00


Hjortene (DK) Concert

Where: Folken, Stavanger

When: September 8th 21:00 – 00:00


Divine Council (US) Concert

Where: Folken, Stavanger

When: September 8th 22:00 – 00 :00


Prtlvx Concert

Where: Tou Scene, Stavanger

When: September 8th 22:00 – 01:00


Nylenda Concert

Where: Cementen, Stavanger

When: September 8th 22:30 – 00:15

With an analogous synthesizer, organ, drummer, bass and guitar, Nylenda is danceable, playable electronic music with elements from the 60's and 70's psychedelic, indie and krautrock. Nylenda consists of Øivind Hatleskog and the brothers John and Sigbjørn Håland. They have previously played at SofarSounds Stavanger, the Perkapella Festival 2016 and played support for Bob Dog.


Lervig Festival 2017

Where: Breivik Park, Breivikveien 34, 4014 Stavanger

When: September 9th 14:00 – 18:00

The Lervig Festival is a neighbourhood party for residents in the eastern part of town - and everyone else is welcome to come and have a wonderful day with us at Breivik park at Lervig Brygge! There will be live music, DJ, cultural touches, yoga, food sales and activities for both young and old. Detailed program coming soon!


Kaveh Concert

Where: Tou Scene, Stavanger

When: September 9th 22:00 – 01.00


Freaky Oscar & the FarSounds

Where: Strandkaien 24, 4005 Stavanger

When: September 9th 22:30 – 00:00

Priscila Serrano is a Mexican indie rock artist situated in Stavanger who has been drawing a lot of attention in the last couple of years, inspired by artists like Pink Floyd, Nick Cave, Foo Fighters, and The Gathering, she’s currently working on her debut album which is expected in the summer. She’ll be performing with Troy McConaughy (Stavanger Domkirke) on Bass and Anders Mosnes (Purified in Blood) on Drums.


Viking Market

Where: Mosterøyveien 801, 4156 Stavanger (Utstein Kloster)

When: September 9th – September 10th 11:00 – 16:00

The Hafrsfjord Vikings dressed in traditional clothing, wearing traditional jewellery, weapons and craft equipment will be the hosts of this market, with demonstrations of craftsmanship.


Geology Day

Where: Kjeringholmen 1, 4004 Stavanger (Oil Museum)

When: September 10th 10:00 – 18:00

Curious about stones? Then this is the dream day for you. The Oil Museum and Norwegian Geological Association invites everyone to the annual Geology Day. Bring a stone you wonder about, or learn about the exciting stories stones can tell.


Open house for the whole family

Where: Stavanger Concert Hall

When: September 10th 12:00 – 15:00

Try a trombone, feel a violin, play drums - the possibilities are many when SSO, in collaboration with Statoil, invites you to open house for the whole family at Stavanger concert hall. They can blow, make their own tones and be conductor for one day. Here they can go around and try out different instruments. They can see, hear and discover what a symphony orchestra is, maybe even play with the musicians. Suitable for children of all ages.


Norwegian Parliamentary Elections 2017

When: September 10th (15:00 – 20:00) – September 11th (10:00 – 21:00)

The parliamentary elections will be held on Sunday, 10th of September, between 15:00 - 20:00 o’clock and Monday 11th of September, between 10.00 - 21.00 o’clock. Sunday (September 10th) the elections are conducted in all polling stations outside Austre Åmøy, Vassøy and Roaldsøy. On Monday (September 11th), the election is conducted in all 22 polling stations in the Stavanger.


Kompani Haugesund - Todelt Aften

Where: Sandnes Kulturhus

When: September 10th 18:00


Riksteatret - Pulverheksa and her friends

Where: Mauritz Kartevolds Plass 1, 4306 Sandnes, Sandnes Kulturhus

When: September 12th – September 13th 18:00 – 18:45

This event is suitable for kids, and is only in Norwegian.


900 years in 90 minutes

Where: Vaisenhusgaten 37, 4012 Stavanger

When: September 13th 19:30 – 21:00

Listen to Sven Egil Omdal telling Stavanger's story: about the bloodbath outside the cathedral, about women who were burned to death, how the city council unanimously decided to tear large parts of the centre, about the oil adventure - and what should we live by now?


Systema Naturae – nature system over the centuries

Where: Madlaveien 33, 4009 Stavanger (Stavanger Art Hall)

When: September 14th 18:00


Jadudah and The Modern Times Concert

Where: Tou Scene, Maskinhallen

When: September 14th 21:00


Mozartaften with Andsnes, Tomter and Bjøranger

Where: Stavanger Konsethus

When: September 14th – September 15th 19:30


The national ballet: An evening with Balanchine

Where: Stavanger Concert Hall

When: September 14th – September 15th 19:00

See the music, hear the dance.


Norwegian Organ Festival

Where: Stavanger Cathedral

When: September 14th – September 17th

Festival with focus on organ music, concerts, workshops and much more.


Miss Tati Concert

Where: Tou Scene, Maskinhallen

When: September 15th 22:00


Frozen – The show

Where: Kongshaugveien 32, 4050 Sola (Sola kulturhus)

When: September 15th – September 16th


Environmental Sunday 2017

Where: Stavanger Centrum

When: September 17th 12:00 – 16:00

The municipality of Stavanger will arrange the “Environmental Sunday” in the city centre of Stavanger. We will close the city for cars and fill it with activities for the whole family. Around 40 organizations and businesses will create a pleasant Sunday with focus on the environment. There will be testing of electric bicycles, transport bicycles, scooters and roller skates, information about electric cars and walking trips in Stavanger, other environmental information, Repair cafe, canoeing and kayaking, climbing and scouting, Go Kart race between local politicians and entertainment from the scene and a lot more.


Autumn Market

Where: Tou Scene

When: September 17th 12:00


Orgelkino: The passion of Jeanne D’Arc

Where: Stavanger Concert Hall

When: September 17th 14:30

Joan of Arc is considered a heroine of France for her role during the Hundred Years’ War and was canonized as a Roman Catholic saint. Carl Dreyer’s silent movie from 1928 follows her until her trial and execution at the age of 19. Italian/French organist and composer Francesco Filidei will accompany the film with new improvised music on the concert hall organ.


Les Ballets C de la B: Nicht Schlafen

Where: Stavanger Concert Hall

When: September 19th 20:00

One of the most influential dance theatre companies in the world – The Guardian. A show you don’t want to miss.


Gjertruds Sigøynerorkester and Britt-Synnøve Johansen

Where: KinoKino, Sandnes

When: September 20th 19:00


David Bowie meets The Rolling Stones

Where: Kongshaugvegen 32, 4050 Sola, Sola Kulturhus

When: September 20th

Join us on this historical journey with songs from two of the best artists of all time. 18 local musicians at the same scene playing songs from Rolling Stones and David Bowie!


Kapittel Literature Festival

Where: Sølvberget, Stavanger kulturhus

When: September 20th – September 24th

Kapittel is a non-commercial literary festival organized in conjunction with the Stavanger public library since 1995. The festival is now one of the largest and best known of its kind in Scandinavia. One of Kapittel’s primary objectives is to thematise human rights issues and contribute to the protection of the freedom of expression of writers.


Mostun Nature Center - Open house for all

Where: Henrik Ibsens gate 59, 4021 Stavanger (Mosvatnet park)

When: September 21st 14:00 – 16:00

We open the house to everyone who has been curious about the new nature center in Mosvatnet park. The house is open from 14:00 to 16:00, and all are warmly welcome to take look at the new building. If the weather permits, we will offer coffee and cook pancakes outside.

Nordic Tenors – Con Amore

Where: Kongshaugvegen 32, 4050 Sola, Sola Kulturhus

When: September 21st

The show, titled "Con Amore" – “With love” gives the audience an evening packed with musical highlights and humour. The Nordic Tenors declare their love for the beautiful classic gems, from the world of opera and musical highlights, from pop and show genre. Their beautiful voices provide both goose bumps and unforgettable moments.


Beatlemania 1967

Where: Mauritz Kartevolds Plass 1, 4306 Sandnes

When: September 22nd 19:30


Gospel Gathering

Where: Kongshaugvegen 32, 4050 Sola, Sola Kulturhus

When: September 22nd 

Gospel Gathering is an annual gospel festival that gathers ten-sing choirs in the district. The festival is going to be on the weekend from 22nd - 24th of September and offers workshops with talented instructors in choir, dance, band and technique. The festival ends with a grand concert where the festival participants will go and stand on the stage.


Movie premiere and lectures

Where: Henrik Ibsens gate 59, 4021 Stavanger (Mosvatnet park)

When: September 22nd 19:00 – 20:30

Lysefjord is one of Norway's most beautiful natural area. But nature is still under pressure: Power stations are being build, while an uncontrolled number of tourist are permitted to hike Preikestolen every day without thinking at the consequences this can have on the surrounding nature.

What is the future of Lysefjord, and how should we manage this gem in the best possible way? Is transforming the area in a national park a solution to the problem?

This evening we show an entirely new film: "Skurvedalen: The unknown Pearl of Lysefjord", followed by lectures and political debate.

Autumn Market, Jørpeland

Where: Jørpeland, 4100 Jørpeland

When: September 22nd – September 23rd


Herborg Kråkevik Concert

Where: Sandnes Kulturhus

When: September 23rd 19:30


The Great Repair Day

Where: Henrik Ibsens gate 59, 4021 Stavanger (Mosvatnet park)

When: September 24th 11:00 – 15:00

Do you have anything to fix/repair? A bike with loose brakes? A pair pants that must be patched? A wool sock that must be sewn? Bring your broken stuff to Mostun and get it fixed by one of our professional repairers!

More info about which repairers will be available will be posted within a few days!


Concert for children: Turbotroll

Where: Stavanger Concert Hall

When: September 24th 13:00


All ages Tour around Mosvatnet

Where: Henrik Ibsens gate 59, 4021 Stavanger (Mosvatnet park)

When: September 25th 12:00 – 15:00

This event is for all generations: grandparents, parents, children and grandchildren! You can fly kites, watch birds, jump on the jump rope, scout tours, shoot with arrows and bow - and much more. At Mostun we offer coffee and plenty activities in the garden.

Nordic Edge Expo

Where: Stavanger Forum

When: September 26th – September 28th  

Nordic Edge Expo aims to be one of Europe’s most important meeting places for everyone engaged in new technological solutions that make cities, businesses, organisations and homes smarter. The Expo's main features are an international conference and an exhibition of smart technology. The event brings together politicians, technologists, entrepreneurs, capitalists, journalists, professors and students, as well as anyone interested in making better solutions for the future.


Sting Concert

Where: DNB Arena Stavanger

When: September 26th

The concert is part of the album “57th & 9th” world tour release.


Beer tasting for 2

Where: Kvitsøygata 25, 4012 Stavanger, Tou Scene

When: September 27th 17:30 – 18:30

Learn to use your senses when you taste beer! Where does the taste and smell come from, and can you smell potential flaws in the beer? What is the body of the beer, and what glass should you choose? These are some of the questions answered at a beer tasting with Ølakadamiet.  We try types of beer to suit anyone's taste, we learn about the brewing process, the serving temperature and choices of glass for different types of beer. As in all our courses everything you learn is presented with lots of humour.  Each booking is valid for two people.


Workshop with Adrian Bartczak

Where: Sandnes Kulturhus

When: September 27th 18:00


Beer brewing course

Where: Kvitsøygata 25, 4012 Stavanger, Tou Scene

When: September 27th 19:00 – 22:00

Brewing beer is quite simple, but brewing good beer is significantly more difficult. Since 2008, we have taught people to brew, and the goal is that as a course participant you will learn beer brewing with sufficient knowledge to avoid the pitfalls of the brewing process. On the course, you will learn about the use of brewing logs, different types of malt and its properties, the brewing process on Beer Brew, refrigeration and fermentation. We are also using brew in bag and other brewing gear, yeast types, hygiene and storage.


Susanne Sundfør

Where: Sandvigå 1, 4007 Stavanger

When: September 27th 20:00

Carte Blanche - While They Are Floating

Where: Sandnes Kulturhus

When: September 28th 19:30


J.S. Bach & Sons

Where: Stavanger Concert Hall

When: September 28th 19:30

J.S. Bach: Sinfonia i D, konsertsats for fiolin og orkester, W.F. Bach: Symfoni i D, C.P.E. Bach: Konsert for cello a-moll, J.C.F. Bach: Sinfonie H-Dur, J.Chr. Bach: Amadis De Gaules, Overture & Suite

Conductor: Reinhard Goebel, Soloist: Bruno Delepelaire, cello.


1816 Concert

Where: Tou Scene, Loftet

When: September 28th 21:00


October Fest 2017

Where: Nedre Holmegate 12-20, 4006 Stavanger

When: September 29th – September 30th 20:00

We welcome you to a new real October fest in Sjøhusene in Stavanger!

Experience the German October fest that will give you "Ompa music", VSOP with singalong, special festival beer from Lervig, October festival menu with potato salat and sauerkraut, and pretzels. The tickets include meal, entertainment and music.


Vegan weekend

Where: Julie Eges gate 5, 4306 Sandnes

When: September 29th – October 1st

Vegan weekend with focus on health and environment with a more plant based food. The festival is for all that wish to get inspiration for a greener choice in the daily life for their own and family's health.


Kids Saturday – Witches and Trolls

Where: KinoKino, Sandnes

When: September 30th 13:00


Brass Cafe - Kjell Inge Torgersen - Elim Brass

Where: Sandnes Kulturhuset Foaje

When: September 30th 15:00


Mamma Mia

Where: Kongshaugvegen 32, 4050 Sola, Sola Kulturhus

When: September 30th


Stavanger Friends

Where: Stavanger Concert Hall

When: September 30th 21:00

The unique collaboration between Kjartan Salvesen, Tommy Fredvang, Glenn Lyse and Ole Alexander Mæland, started in the summer of 2015 when they were asked to perform together at the opening of the sand volleyball tournament.


Sandra Kolstad

Where: Madlaveien 33, 4009 Stavanger (Stavanger Art Hall)

When: September 30th 22:00

INN events

Smart Cities: Insights, inspiration, idea exchange and action

Where: CGI Norge (Veritasveien 25, 4007 Stavanger)

When: September 6th 19:00 – 22:00

Stavanger is part of the Smart Cities Program, and host of the Nordic Edge Conference in September 26th – 28th. Please join us for an exciting event to explore more about what's going on in your neighbourhood.


Real Estate Seminar

Where: Bjergsted Terasse 1, 4007 Stavanger

When: September 27th 19:00 – 21:00

Buying a home in a new country can be a challenge. Laws regarding real estate may differ considerably from one country to the other. As a potential home buyer in the Stavanger region it is vital to know all laws and regulations both for your own protection and peace of mind. Our speaker Rune Bertelsen, will address topics like who is able to purchase property in Norway, market trends in the Stavanger region, the viewing process, bidding rounds, rental vs. purchase, legal rights and obligations to be aware of, who dictates the asking price and different types of housing arrangements and cooperatives.


Learn how to make traditional Norwegian festive dinner – Fårikål

Where: Magasin Blå

When: September 28th 18:00 – 21:00

September is the month we start seeing lots of lamb and mutton in the shops. We have a national dish called ´fårikål, made with mutton and cabbage. The last Thursday of September every year is the national ´fårikål´day So to give you an opportunity to learn how to make this dish we have teamed up with Social cooking and Therese who will teach you how to make fårikål.


All year events

Different events at Stavanger Kulturhuset


Family movie day at Sola Kulturhuset

Where: Kongshaugveien 32, 4050 Sola (Sola kulturhus)

When: September 2nd – December 23rd

Sola Library and Sola Kulturhuset invites you and your family to a Free Movie day at Sola Kulturhuset. As the main hall is widely used for events this fall, the films will be displayed on different days and times.


Exhibition: Polar bear – an exhibition for children

Where: 4230 Sand

When: January 1st – December 31st (Monday – Friday, 09:00 – 15:00, Saturday, 11:00 – 15:00)

Polar bear – an exhibition for children based upon a story written by Rasmus Løland at Sand in Ryfylke.


Handmade glassware in Bjørheimsbygd

Where: Tjøstheimsvegen 531, 4120 Tau

When: January 1st – December 31st (Thursday, 15:00 – 18:00; Friday, 11:00 – 18:00; Saturday, 10:00 – 13:00)

Glasskjellaren is a combined workshop, showroom and shop located on a beautiful farm in the small village of Bjørheimsbygd near Tau and The National Tourist Route Ryfylke. Exhibition and sale of handmade glassware, jewellery, candle holders etc produced by Astrid Vadla Ravnås. She uses a technique called 'fusing', which can be traced back at least 3500 years. 

Groups and workshop by prior appointment.


Exhibition: Furniture industry in Sandnes

Where: Storgata 28, 4307 Sandnes

When: March 8th – December 31st (Monday, closed; Tuesday/Thursday/Friday, 10:00 – 15:00; Wednesday, 10:00 – 18:00; Saturday, 11:00 – 16:00; Sunday, 12:00 – 17:00)

The exhibition «Alle gode ting er tre» (All good things are wood) displays the Sandnes' rich furniturehistory from 1870 – 1970.

The production of furniture in Sandnes blossomed in the early 1900s, and became one of the main industries of the town. The exhibition documents the development of the industry, the production processes, the product development and the working environment in the furniture industry and displays a wide range of furniture produced in Sandnes that a lot of visitors will recognise from their own or their grandparent’s homes.


Kulturskatten (cultural treasure) in Hjelmeland

Where: Hjelmelandsvågen, 4130 Hjelmeland

When: April 6th – November 4th (Monday – Sunday / Bank holiday open)

Hjelmeland municipality has hidden many cultural heritage, or cultural treasures. Find the cultural memories and join the competition. The competition will last until 31 October 2017.

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