Pulse, culture | New names: – This is a rare opportunity

Pulse, culture |  New names: – This is a rare opportunity

The festival seems far away when snow falls and Christmas marzipan appears.

But in reality, there are only 189 days left until the festival begins from June 12-15, 2024.

Several artists have already been unveiled, including Tom Odell, PJ Harvey, and the Kaiser Orchestra.

For the first time since 2013, Susanne Sundfør now returns to Bergenfest.

Since then, Sundfør has become one of Norway’s biggest artists, and the concert will explore the full scope of Sundfør’s career, the festival wrote in a press release, and continues:

– It is a rare opportunity to experience an artist who not only creates music, but also parts of his life experience and creative journey.

Throughout his career as an artist, Sundfør has delivered many timeless songs and goosebump-inducing concerts. This year saw the release of the album ‘Bloomy’, inspired by Norse mythology and evocative lyrics, to great reviews.

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Poet and songwriter

Bergen-based Emily Ostebo, known as Bo Millie, is a burgeoning star.

Millie has struck a chord with her personal songs about what it’s like to be a young adult during a global pandemic and climate crisis, and what it’s like to navigate through life when the planet and most things seem to be going to hell.

American Kara Jackson was honored by The Guardian newspaper for creating the most popular album of the year called “Why does the Earth give us people to love?”.

Jackson is a poet and songwriter, exploring emotions through American folk, country and blues.

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