Though summer, and July especially, are quite slow for live music in Trondheim, there are still some places you can hear live music ranging from jazz and improvisation to Americana and rock stuff. These are mostly small venues that provide a more intimate atmosphere. Here are a few tips if you want to hear live music during the holidays. Starting with my personal favorite Moskus – an excellent bar in addition to being super nice, small place to hear live music. Still hungry for music? Visit Antikvariatet, Ila Brainnstasjon, or Kafé Skuret.
A summer spent in Trondheim can be one of the most rewarding Norwegian experiences, especially if you know how to get the most out of this rich and varied landscape. Much like a fine wine, a Trøndelag summer takes time to mature. All those months of cleaning away the winter grit and tidying up your garden, will be repaid in the form of long, work-free evenings, spent with friends at one of the region’s many events, or perhaps alone on a bike or a mountain in the midnight dusk.
There is a tranquility about spending summer in Trondheim, which is punctuated by festivals and activities, spellbinding enough to stimulate even the most lazy of hammock-dwellers. The List asked 100 of its readers, writers, partners and advertisers what they are looking forward to this summer. Here we share their tips, secrets, insights and advice: your definitive guide to a season of fun!