To ensure you the best possible experience at Trevarefest 2024 we have the following tickets available:


Full festival pass for Trevarefest 2024 includes all concerts and all club program for the full length of the festival (29.-31.07.) to ensure the proper Trevarefest experience! NB! Festival passes are sold out!


This year we sell a limited amount of concert tickets for each individual day at Trevarefest. These ticket gives access to each day’s outdoor concerts at Trevarefest until 23.00. Concert tickets need to be bought individually for each day at Trevarefest.

Concert days & Line-up:

MONDAY 29th of July:

  1. Kristian Kristensen (18.00)
  2. Tigerstate (19.30)
  3. Son Mieux (21.30)

TUESDAY 30th of July:

  1. Pikekyss (18.00)
  2. Anna of the North (20.00)
  3. TBA (21.45)

WEDNESDAY 31st of July:

  1. Charlie Skien (18.00)
  2. Hubbabubbaklubb (20.00)
  3. Michelle Ullestad (21.45)


Important! Concert tickets do not give access to indoor club program after 23.00. Access to our club program requires a Festival Pass.

Transportation during Trevarefest

Trevarefest and Sharebus once again join forces to provide easy and reliable transportation from Svolvær and Kabelvåg to Henningsvær! There will be a daily bus from Svolvær via Kabelvåg to Henningsvær and Trevarefabrikken) each festival day (Monday 29th, Tuesday 30th, Wednesday 31st of July). Departure time will be at 16:00 PM from Svolvær, with return to Kabelvåg and Svolvær at 00:00 AM and 03:30 AM.

NB! This is a Sharebus concept, which means that we need a minimum of 20 purchased tickets each day before Thursday 25th of July to get the bus confirmed. We encourage you to buy tickets as soon as possible, and reward those of you who buy tickets early with discounted prices.


There will also be a daily shuttle service from Engøya and Festvåg directly to Trevarefabrikken with return during the night, each day of the festival for people who are camping outside the center of Henningsvær.


For info about times and prices: click here!

Camping at Trevarefest

Trevarefest sadly has no official festival camp site. On a general note camping in Lofoten follows the same right of public access laws as in the rest of Norway – the so called “right to roam”-laws. However, you’re not allowed to set up your tent closer than 150m to a house, a private property or any place where the local municipality has set other rules. It is therefore forbidden to camp on the island of Henningsvær for example.

Check the allowed camping areas on this interactive camping map here

(Please note that it is prohibited to put up tent in the yellow zones)

The closest areas to Henningsvær with free camping zones are some smaller parts of land at Engøya (the island between the two bridges) and parts of Festvåg.

Engøya and Festvåg are approximately 20-30 minutes by foot from Henningsvær and the festival area. During Trevarefest, there will be daily shuttle buses between Trevarefabrikken and Engøya and Festvåg provided by Ferdia Sharebus. Ticket and information about the shuttle service can be bought here

OBS! There is a privately run camp site in Festvåg where there are toilets, fresh water and parking. Here you can set up camp in exchange of a fee. Trevarefest is not in charge of this private camp site and all questions regarding this service has to be taken up with the camp owners.

Traveling to Lofoten and Henningsvær

Getting to Henningsvær from around Lofoten is fairly easy. Traveling by bus you will spend around 40 minutes from Svolvær, 60 minutes from Leknes, 2,5 hours from Moskenes or 2,5 hours from Evenes Airport. There are affordable public busses driving all around Lofoten every day. Through this travel planner you will find all the information you need. Tickets are easily purchased through the app > Billett Nordland or onboard the busses (slightly more expensive).


In addition there are affordable daily public buses between Svolvær and Henningsvær: Use this travel planer for public buses in Lofoten.



The larger task is getting to Lofoten in the first place. We recommend traveling by train or by car if you have the possibility to (preferably electric; there are great charging opportunities all along the coast). The drive north is one of the most scenic in the world – passing natural and cultural heritage sites left and right – it is truly an experience of a lifetime. The train north also passes some magical scenery, with the added benefit of being able to kick-back with a book, podcast or the TF24-playlist, to get into the right festival mood.


There is a train option from Oslo to Bodø via Trondheim. We recommend day-time train to Trondheim, and night train to Bodø (the longest stretch). From Bodø, you can either take the passenger boat to Svolvær or the ferry to Moskenes, with bus connection to Henningsvær. With the last latter option allowing you to travel through half of Lofoten on your way to Henningsvær.


There is also a very “trans-siberiansque” 18 hour night train ride from Stockholm to Narvik. It’s often the cheapest and most convenient train option to Lofoten.


If you are arriving by air plane, the nearest airport is Svolvær, Leknes and Harstad/Narvik (EVE), with Svolvær being the one closest by, then Leknes and furthest away is Harstad/Narvik (EVE) – which also is the cheapest destination to fly to. All the airports have bus connections to Svolvær and Henningsvær. has daily shuttles between Evenes Airport and Svolvær – one can also take the public Line 300 from Evenes Airport to Svolvær; Billett Nordland-app or plan your trip through the ReisNordland-travel-planner.



All activities during Trevarefest require that you either have a festival pass (3-day) or a daily concert ticket for the same day as the activity you want to join. Some activities are for free and for some you need to pay extra.


An overview of the different activities and tickets can be found here.


NB! Remember to check the specific activity you want to join in terms of time schedule, price and which language the activity is held in.