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UKA – Norway’s largest cultural festival

Every other year, the UKA student festival takes place in Trondheim. It is the country’s largest cultural festival and the oldest student week in Norway, and is based on long traditions. The main focus is to create a broad and engaging cultural offer for all the city’s residents.

A big event
In total, there are over 1,800 volunteers from all universities and colleges who ensure that UKA is carried out. It is the students themselves who run the entire organization and create this great cultural offer. Under UKA, it should be possible to find something to suit every taste. There is everything from Bingo, wine tasting and debates, to drag shows, concerts and, not least, a revue.

The concert arena from O.B.Wiik
This year, O.B.Wiik has been lucky enough to be allowed to deliver the Main Stage in “Dødens dal” – a giant of 40x80m, where many concerts in all genres are held. In addition, lots of booths have been provided to make the concert experience complete.
In the past, UKA has had a tent that stands on pillars, but with O.B.Wiik’s solution, they now have a concert arena without disturbances for those in the hall. Thus, up to 6,000 spectators can watch Allan Walker and Veronica Maggio, or enjoy Oktoberfest. With a whopping 16 meters to the ceiling, it is ideal for a pleasant experience in spacious surroundings.

We wish everyone a fantastic cultural month!