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Getting here and from:

Train R21 from Oslo going to Vestby train station. From here there is bus down to the fjord and Hvitsten. But you have to order the corresponding bus (Bus nr 531) minimum one day in advance before 17.00, at this phonenumber 24 20 20 44.


We can also recommend that you bring your bicycle on the train. It´s only a 7km trip from Vestby on a very nice road, down to Hvitsten.

Coming with car:

E6 to Vestby exit nr 16 to Vestby and Hvitsten. Take a right in the first round about, then first right at Vestby Church. Then it is a 7 km drive to Hvitsten. 


Here on Emmerstad.

Parking with parking fee here


Tickets here 

At the festival we prefer Vipps, but also take cash.



Nordre Braanen, at Emmerstad, is a beautiful place for camping with tent. There is utedo here, but bring your own drinking water. 

Otherwise there is a lot of nice spots in the forrest and around in Hvitsten. Allemansretten is of course also valid here in Hvitsten :)

Make sure you dont use open fire!


On Friday we will put up barbecues on the beach for everyone to use. Bring your own food. 

On Saturday the chefs from Yohaku will serve delicious Japanese food for a reasonable price at Furukollen 10 from 17.00 - 23.00

There is also a kiosk at Sjøboden pub that is open on Saturday and Sunday between 13 and 16.

There is no grocery store in Hvitsten!


Hvitsten Salong is an open air festival with no fences, therefore we put a lot of trust in you, our beautiful audience, and that you show respect for Hvitstens inhabitants, nature and surroundings. However there is some rules we need to adresse. Because of the risk for forrest fire, it is STRICTLY FORBIDDEN to have an open fire, in whole of Hvitsten. Including the campsite, beach and forrest.

No smoking in the forrest! 

No drugs!

Be responsible when camping.

Dont bring your own alcohol to Furukollen 10, please!

Well, you are a grown up now, if you ACT like it, there will be only smiles :)


From one of the guided tours during the festival 2018.


One of Hvitstens beaches.


View towards Hvitstens boathouses (Sjøbodene), from the 18th century. 

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