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by:Larm focus on diversity

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World News
October 11, 2019

CONFERENCE AND showcase festival by:Larm will feature more than 200 artistes across 15 Oslo venues when it returns for its 23rd edition on 27–29 February.

Acts being showcased will include B-Boy Myhre, Kamara and Musti, while the first conference speaker to be announced is Bruce Pavitt of US record label  Sub Pop, who will be sharing stories about the growth of Seattle’s music scene, and signing Nirvana.

“The last few by:Larm festivals have been great successes, but one of our biggest concerns for the music industry in general is promoting diversity – both on and off stage,” says by:Larm’s Erik Egenes.

“We are part of the international Keychange pledge, aiming for a 50/50 gender balance on our artiste programme by 2022.”

by:Larm has been held annually at different locations in since 1998 and in Oslo since 2008. The festival focuses on hip-hop, pop, and underground electronica.

Artistes that have previously played the event include Billie Eilish, Georgia, and Slowthai.

Early-bird delegate passes cost 2,250 krone ($242), while festival passes start at 1,035 krone ($110)

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