At 11.00 on Friday, OverOslo will release the first two artists for next year’s festival.
– We fly high from the start, says OverOslo’s Arena and Design Manager, Kristoffer G. Myhre.
The first day of the festival, Wednesday 14 June 2023, will be crowned with Highasakite.
The band, which was formed in 2010, has since its album debut in 2012 garnered several Spellemann awards, and despite internal disagreements in 2017 and the replacement of members, they released their fifth studio album in 2022.
The same evening, Metteson is also on stage.
– The phenomenon. The voice. The stage personality. We are very much looking forward to welcoming him to our festival! says an enthusiastic Myhre.
Behind the stage name Metteson stands 29-year-old Sverre Breivik, who debuted as a single in 2019, and was named Star of the Year under by:Larm in 2021.
This is how OverOslo 2022 went: The rain led to a hitherto unknown ordeal
Back to four days, but new profile
Next year’s OverOslo is back in “normal” form, after two extra festival days were set up in connection with the corona comeback last year. Two days in a row, A-ha was the headliner, the weekend before the original start of the festival. In 2023, there will again be four festival days – and three stages – from Wednesday to Saturday.
But something is new at Grefsenkollen. The festival logo appears in a completely new guise.
– We have updated and developed our profile every year, but kept the same logo since 2018. A little change is always nice, and this year it was designer Maria Van Nguyen from Eco Concepts who got the opportunity. She has created a delicious graphic OverOslo universe with colors, shapes and a new logo that will be recognizable and consistent with us until the 2023 festival. Same shit, different wrapping, says Myhre.
This is what the new festival logo looks like:
Artists and tickets for other days are released continuously. Tickets for Wednesday 14 June 2023 are on sale from 28 September at 10.00.
Nordre Aker Budstikke has not been able to get an answer on whether there will be a children’s day at OverOslo, and the innovation Humor OverOslo also in 2023.
Check out our content from this year’s OverOslo:
Rain from start to finish, but there was no stopping the festival atmosphere: See the pictures from Over Oslo!
The changing weather had nothing to do with 6,000 Oslo people at OverOslo: See the pictures here!
We test the festival food at OverOslo: – I can’t take it anymore!
They had been waiting for this. See the pictures of thousands of happy people at OverOslo on Wednesday!
Stormy cheers for a-ha: – We’ve been waiting for this!
Tinius (18) works at OverOslo: – Better than selling toilet rolls!
See the pictures: Tom and Johannes followed the a-ha concert from a bush