The 28th edition of the Urkult festival will take place on August 1st to 3d, 2024

Grytan foto Liam Johansson

Photo Liam Johansson

Urkult is a folk festival, a meeting place and a source of booming inspiration

Every year for three days – people from all over the world arrive in Näsåker to share and celebrate different cultures, music and crafts among the trees above the beautiful river Nämforsen. The festival program, apart from the concerts, include workshops, poetry slam, children’s theatre and a wide range of both exciting & educational activities for both children and adults. Local craftsmen and organic food are trusty features at Urkults market and festival area.

In the heart of the festival is an organic amphitheater grown and designed out of the ground framed by steep pine covered hillsides that are characteristic for the landscape along the river. Urkult is known for its opening ceremony the Night of Fire – a unique performance that is created by different artists every year. Often the performance include drums, song or instrumental music, dancing and storytelling – and is always centered around the element fire.

Do as people have done for thousands of years and experience this place for yourself!

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Urkult affisch 2024 Perniepaints, Pernilla Lindgren

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Become a volunteer!

Become a volunteer!

Together we make sure the festival becomes a reality. Thanks to all your good souls we can continue to celebrate year after year. To do volunteer work at Urkult is often described as intense, a little crazy and immensely joyful and fun. You will meet so many people...

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The childrens festival program is here!

The childrens festival program is here!

Urkult values kids and therefor have dedicated a big piece of the festival to them. They can participate in the big adventure and all generations can meet with each other. Our littlest of visitor should be just as happy and satisfied with their visit as the rest of...

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With support from:

Swedish Arts Council