Greeting Cards, Calendar with holidays, quotes and wishes for every occasion - webplus.info
CalendarJanuary26 → Northern Lights Festival in Tromsø, Norway

Northern Lights Festival in Tromsø, Norway

Northern Lights Festival in Tromsø, Norway is held on January 26. The Nordlysfestivalen or Northern Lights Festival has since its beginning in 1988, developed from a small classic music festival, to a huge ten days music festival in Tromsø. This event in the third decade of the month January is annual. Help us Help us 
26 January - Northern Lights Festival in Tromsø, Norway
The Northern Lights Festival has since its beginning in 1988, developed from a small classic music festival, to a huge ten days music festival in Tromsø. The festival has kept its core in the classical but will also present a broad genre of musical expressions.
Since the start in 1988 the festival has expended to more than 500 concerts and other shows, more than 1000 volunteers have shared their time and effort to gain the festival and countless artists and musicians from all over the world, have visited Nordlysfestivalen, and the city of Tromsø has been submerged in a musical extravaganza the last week of January.
The Northern Lights Festival has each year presented top artists in genres ranging from early music to modern, from opera to jazz, from chamber music to symphonic orchestras.

Similar holidays and events, festivals and interesting facts

National Disc Jockey Day in USANational Disc Jockey Day in USA on January 20 (DJ Day is celebrated in remembrance of the death of Albert James Freed. Freed, also known as Moondog, was an influential disc jockey in the 1950s. He is credited with introducing the term rock n roll to the world);
Kazoo DayKazoo Day on January 28 (Alabama Vest of Macon Georgia made the first Kazoo in the 1840's. Actually, he conceived the Kazoo, and had Thaddeus Von Clegg, a German clockmaster make it to his specifications);
Polar Jazz Festival in Svalbard, NorwayPolar Jazz Festival in Svalbard, Norway on February 1 (since 1998. It is the worlds northernmost music festival);
The Day the Music DiedThe Day the Music Died on February 3 (On February 3, 1959, American rock and roll musicians Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens, and "The Big Bopper" J. P. Richardson were killed in a plane crash near Clear Lake, Iowa, together with pilot Roger Peterson);
Ice Music Festival in Finse, NorwayIce Music Festival in Finse, Norway on February 7 (They claim to be the coolest outdoor experience and theyre probably right)
Copyright webplus.info