Ticket sales for Classic November Light will start today – July 1 at noon. Tickets can be purchased here on the festival’s website, on the festival’s facebook page and on Lofoten Kulturhus’s website. It also becomes possible to buy tickets at the door before the concerts. Due to the Covid-19, ticket sales start somewhat limited. Therefore, there may be changes during the autumn.
Buy tickets in the usual way
Classic November Light open in Svolvær Church on Wednesday 11 November at 20:00. The opening concert is free, in hopes of attracting both existing and new audiences to the festival. Since seat number is used, tickets must still be taken out – just like when buying a ticket. The festival concludes at Buksnes Church on Sunday 15 November at. 14.00. The final concert is also free. Since seat numbers are also used here, tickets must still be taken out – in the same way as when buying a ticket.
Other events have reduced prices compared to our regular festivals in the summer. Tickets are purchased in the usual way.
Due to Covid-19, there are currently restrictions that limit major events. This especially affects the number of people who can stay in the same room and the distances between them.
Therefore, in the first instance, only a limited number of tickets were issued for the festival’s many events. The number will hopefully increase during the autumn, and ticket sales will be updated continuously.
Furthermore, today one meter applies between the shoulders of people at events. That means there must be two empty seats between each audience. This is automatically displayed in the ticket system when purchasing tickets.
It is still possible for families in the same household (up to 9 people) to buy related tickets. This can be selected when purchasing tickets.
If you have any questions about ticket sales, contact us.
Classic November Light
After the Lofoten Piano Festival was canceled earlier this year, planning for an alternative festival this fall started. The result is Classic November Light, which is a smaller festival, but with the same artistic quality as the summer festivals. With Norwegian artists, artistic director Christian Ihle Hadland has created an exciting and varied program over five days. Read more about the program and the artists here.