15:45 Good Harvest Scene 2
16:15 RY X Hovedscenen
17:00 Paradisia Scene 2
17:05 Signe Eide Borggården
17:35 Spoon Hovedscenen
18:35 Tall Heights Borggården
18:45 The Tarantula Waltz Scene 2
19:35 Whitney Hovedscenen
20:45 Cass McCombs Scene 2
21:30 Father John Misty Hovedscenen
15:00 Ivan Ave Hovedscenen
15:45 Fieh Scene 2
15:45 Arve Tellefsen Borggården
16:15 Band of Gold Hovedscenen
17:00 Kadhja Bonet Scene 2
17:05 Ingrid Olava Borggården
17:30 Real Estate Hovedscenen
18:35 Siv Jakobsen Borggården
18:45 Janice Scene 2
19:30 Gundelach Hovedscenen
20:45 Amanda Delara Scene 2
21:30 Solange Hovedscenen
14:50 Marte Wulff Borggården
15:00 Kristian Torgalsen Scene 2
15:30 SKOTT Hovedscenen
16:20 Yellow Lounge med Simon Ghraichy og DJ Bendik Baksaas Borggården
16:30 Gavin James Scene 2
17:30 The Switch Hovedscenen
18:35 Adna Borggården
18:45 Tash Sultana Scene 2
19:30 Ane Brun Hovedscenen
20:45 Margo Price Scene 2
21:30 First Aid Kit Hovedscenen


Singer, songwriter, and composer Solange Knowles released her debut album ‘Solo Star’ in 2002, bringing popularity to a new take on R&B that included Urban Contemporary elements. Proudly commanding her unique sound, she continued to explore the possibilities of straying from safe/radio-friendly jams by blending Jazz, Funk, Electronica and R&B/Soul elements in ‘Sol-Angel and the Hadley St. Dreams’ released in 2008 followed by her ‘True’ EP in 2012. In 2016, the deeply personal ‘A Seat at the Table’ was released, further defying R&B as we know it both musically and lyrically. Examining some of her own first-hand experiences, the album would contain 12 tracks and 9 interludes that boldly called out Black feminism and racial injustice while simultaneously serving as a shameless stand in solidarity with all of the world’s underprivileged and oppressed groups. From the heartfelt reflection of “Cranes in the Sky” to the empowering “F.U.B.U.,” everything about ‘A Seat at the Table’ was destined to shake up music’s business-as-usual. The pensive body of work was written, performed, arranged and partly produced by Solange herself and would go on to earn her solo career’s first-ever Grammy win (Best R&B Performance, «Cranes in the Sky») and number 1 Billboard Top 200 chart placement.