17–18 JUNE 2022

Festivity Amour is a two-day queer festival that marks the official opening of Oslo Pride 2022.  

The festival offers talks, performance, art, drag shows, vogueing and DJ sets around the whole museum. The event is part of Karmaklubb*’s ongoing ‘Queering the Museum’ investigations at several institutions in Norway.        

The events on Friday and Saturday afternoon are full, but there are still tickets left for Saturday's club night. 

Programme Friday

AMFI, lobby 
12–22
Free entrance

In Amfi in the lobby you can experience the Norway premiere of a new work by Tony Cokes.  

SKY ROOM, with rooftop terrace
18:00–01:30
Free tickets

Age limit: 18

The first night is a gathering in the Sky Room and rooftop terrasse with talks, DJ sets, and a countdown to lighting up Holmenkollen in rainbow colours at midnight.

Performances / DJ sets by: Frida Marida & Cassie Brødskive, Vjolla Emiri, Black to the Future, Dahir Doni (ONKOD Mutations) and more to be announced soon.

A special thank you to collaborator Skeiv Verden.        

Programme SATURDAY

LOBBY: In Amfi in the lobby you can experience the Norway premiere of a new work by Tony Cokes (12–22). Free entrance. 

Workshop for youth aged 16–25 led by Mabell Holand, at 12–14. 

SKY ROOM: Afternoon programme
12–19
Free tickets
Age limit: 18

DJ sets and conversations. Read more about the programmme

FESTSAL: Club night
Tickets: 150 NOK
Age limit: 18

 Club night including drag, DJ-sets, burlesque and vogueing. More about the programme here.

Changes in the programme may occur. 

MUNCH Live is a programme dedicated to multidisciplinary practices within different art forms. We offer you everything from engaging conversations and debates, to playful chamber music, cutting edge performance and jazz, exciting festivals and film programmes. 
 

Karmaklubb* is an autonomous nomadic queer club concept and conversational platform. As well as club nights, Karmaklubb* runs ‘thought and pleasure’ sessions, curatorial work, the ongoing ‘Queering the Museum’ series, screenings, artist talks, panels, concerts, the art of drag, wine tastings and food events. 

This festival is made in collaboration with Oslo Pride

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