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ONS+ – the value of business after hours

During ONS, Stavanger Harbour will be transformed into a small urban village. Guest cities and Norwegian regional pavilions offer unique food, drink and entertainment from their respective parts of the world.

The ONS+ area is free and open to everyone - all three days!

This is a popular meeting place in the evenings both for local Stavanger people and visitors to ONS. Many find this a great opportunity to unwind after a long day at the exhibition and conference, along with new contacts and old friends. The pavilions with their local culture and gastronomy create an exciting international atmosphere.

Read more about ONS+ and booking your pavilion here:
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ONS+ Talks

Interested in politics, economy, climate debates and society in general? ONS+ brings some of the hottest topics from the conference arena downtown Stavanger in our new ONS+ talks concept.

Read more here.

ONS Concerts

ONS hosts two concerts during the ONS week: The official Opening Concert at the Stavanger Concert Hall for invited guests and the ONS Concert, a free, outdoor concert downtown by the harbour.

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Run for Fun- ONS' own roadrace

Do you want to join in one of the largest road races in the region? This is a family-friendly event, bring your family, colleagues or friends for this fun event.

Read more and sign up here

Boats in the harbour

The ONS+ area also includes the harbour. During ONS, Stavanger Harbour is full of boats, and so it’s full of life and atmosphere. Host your own events onboard a boat all three nights in the intimate inner harbour of Stavanger.

Read more and book your spot in the harbour here.

 

ONS fireworks

The ONS fireworks has become a tradition and happen immediately after the outdoors ONS concert is finished. We are very grateful for the support received by the bars and restaurants in downtown Stavanger, enabling us to continue this grand tradition to the enjoyment of the people of Stavanger.

Read more here