Riddu Riđđu in Northern Troms, Norway
Riddu Riđđu in Northern Troms, Norway is held on July 12. Celebrated from the second Wednesday of July. This event in the second decade of the month July is annual. Help us
Riddu Riđđu Festivàla, meaning “little storm on the coast” in Sami, is one of their ways to establish and strengthen that culture.
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Olsok or St. Olaf's Day on July 29 (King Olaf II Haraldsson of Norway is remembered as Rex perpetuus Norvegiae, the Eternal King of Norway. Olsok is a national day of celebration in the Nordic countries of Norway and the Faroe Islands, and also in the provinces of Härjedalen in Sweden and Savonlinna in Finland);
Peer Gynt Festival in Lillehammer, Norway 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 tale—because Per Gynt actually lived in this valley during the 17th century);
Oi! Trøndersk Mat og Drikke in Trondheim, Norway on August 3 (The Festival to celebrate local cuisine);
Clown Day in Norway on August 5 (In Norway, they call it Internasjonal klovn dag)