Peer Gynt Festival in Lillehammer, Norway
Peer Gynt Festival in Lillehammer, Norway is held on July 31. The Peer Gynt Festival, taking place in the Gudbrandsdalen valley every August, celebrates the iconic play-in-verse by the famous Norwegian play writer, as well as the historical person who inspired the taleóbecause Per Gynt actually lived in this valley during the 17th century. This event in the third decade of the month july is annual.
Oi! Trøndersk Mat og Drikke in Trondheim, Norway on July 30 (The Festival to celebrate local cuisine);
Øya Festival in Oslo, Norway on August 11 (Øyafestivalen is a four-day music fest that brings together about 60,000 people on the green grass of Tøyen Park, who are excited to listen to tunes from internationally acclaimed stars);
Leif Erikson Day on October 9 (United States, Canada, Iceland and Norway);
Rakfisk Festival in Fagernes, Norway on October 31 (The Norwegian Rakfisk Festival in Fagernes is all about a semi-fermented trout called rakfisk, that has a unique flavor thanks to its long fermenting process);
Father's Day in Estonia, Finland, Iceland, Norway, and Sweden on November 8 (Date for 2020. Celebrated on the second Sunday in November)