Practical information

Tickets can be purchased online, and pre-booked at the Stavanger Concert Hall Box Office, by telephone to (+47) 51 53 70 00. Please note that we have a policy of no refunds or exchanges on all tickets.

The doors into the concert auditorium are opened well before the start of each concert and are closed punctually. Latecomers may be prevented from entering the auditorium until a suitable break in the performance.

Please be aware that the use of cameras and mobile phones can be disturbing for both other guests and the performers. Photography is not allowed at some events and mobile phones should always be switched off or put into silent mode. Press and professional photographers must contact us beforehand.

Spiseriet is situated on the ground floor and is the gourmet heart of Stavanger Concert Hall. You can see the menus, opening times and book a table on the restaurant’s website.

Order your refreshments in advance to beat the queues during the interval!

Spiseriet usually offers pre-ordering of drinks at the bar, so that your drinks will be waiting for you in the break. This is however not always possible depending on what else is going on in the concert hall. Please speak to the staff in the main bar on arrival to order and pay. For larger group orders, please contact Spiseriet directly at

Our cloakroom is situated on the ground floor. Please note that the cloakroom is unattended, and you are free use it at your own risk. There are also some coin-operated lockers and lockable hangers available to members of the audience.

Some concerts have an 18-year age limit. Guests aged 13-17 years may attend such concerts when accompanied by a guardian (minimum age 23 years). The guardian can take responsibility for up to two underage guests. The guardian form must be completed and brought to the venue.


Stavanger Concert Hall has a universal design, and there are fixed areas in the various halls for wheelchair users and persons with reduced mobility.

For concerts that take place in the Zetlitz hall with a standing audience, a ramp is built with space for wheelchairs. The same space is offered to those with reduced mobility, in need of facilitation. Tickets for carers/companions are also available. There is limited space on the ramp, but we do our best to distribute the seats accordingly, so everyone can bring one carer/companion.

To purchase these seats, please contact our Box Office by telephone at +47 51 53 70 00 (press 1) or email to That way, we can best help and organize your visit before you arrive.


The Concert Hall has an audio induction loop system for the hearing impaired. Please contact our Box Office by telephone at +47 51 53 70 00 (press 1) or email to for more information.

During events, our front-of-house staff is here to help you in the best possible way, so don’t be afraid to ask if you need assistance or to borrow equipment.

Children under the age of 2 can sit on their parents’ lap at children’s and family events. If you prefer your child (under the age of 2) to have their own seat, individual tickets must be purchased. Please note: Young children are normally not allowed to attend events tailored to adults.

Tickets specifically for children are offered for certain events. These are valid and can be purchased for children / young people up to 16 years.

We offer a student discount on a selection of our events and concerts. You can find these here. The discount applies to students and apprentices in high school, universities and colleges.

Senior discount can be found on most of the Stavanger Symphony Orchestra’s concerts, and some other events. When applicable, it will appear on the specific event page, and can be selected as a separate ticket category when purchasing tickets.

Stavanger Concert Hall is located by the sea in Sandvigå, about 700 metres north-west of the market place. Kuppelhallen (the old concert hall) is located in the Bjergsted park, situated north-west of the main concert hall. The halls are easily accessible on foot or by bicycle along the Blue Promenade or through Old Stavanger.

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Stavanger Concert Hall
Sandvigå 1
4007 Stavanger


The Concert Hall can be reached by bus from the main city terminus to Borgermester Middelthons gate. Please visit the Kolumbus website for timetables.

From April 2022, it is also possible to get to the Concert Hall with Kolumbus’ self-driving bus. The bus route starts at Breiavannet (Kiellandshagen) and stops at Utenriksterminalen and in Finansparken. The whole round takes approx. 20 minutes, and the bus leaves three times an hour from Breiavannet.

If you prefer to walk, it takes about 15 minutes from the terminus (Byterminalen) to Stavanger Concert Hall.


There is car park with spaces for 290 cars located under Stavanger Concert Hall’s outdoor amphitheatre. The car park has a lift and 9 pay stations. For prices and more information, please visit Stavanger Parkering’s website.

Other car parks within walking distance can be found in SR-bank’s new building (Finansparken) just opposite Bjergstedparken or Strandkaien.

Reserved spaces for handicapped visitors, 14 in all, can be found in the car park and by the main entrance to the Concert Hall.


There is a bicycle parking area in the car park. It can be found through the orange door at the far end of the outdoor amphitheatre.

Our concert hall gift shop stocks a range of interesting and unique gifts including designer products, such as Figgjo’s award winning porcelain specially designed for the Stavanger Concert Hall. There is also a selection of music-related products, souvenirs, stationary and games. If you would like a reminder of your visit to the concert hall, we have t-shirts, notebooks, sou’westers etc. printed with a picture and/or logo. Postcards and books about the concert hall, as well as the Stavanger Symphony Orchestra’s CDs, are also on sale in the shop.

The shop is owned and managed by the Stavanger Concert Hall.

With a guided tour ticket you can get a 10% discount in the shop on the same day.

Join us for a guided tour of Stavanger Concert Hall!

On this tour, you will get to experience both the Fartein Valen and Zetlitz hall, in addition to a tour backstage featuring an exclusive look into some of the 180 rooms that exist in the concert hall. You will also gain an insight into the day-to-day running, the history, architecture and acoustics of Stavanger Concert Hall.

Tours last about 50 minutes. Consideration will be shown to rehearsals, concerts or other activities taking place in the halls. The tours normally take place on Saturdays, but are also arranged on other days during holiday times. A ticket costs 90 NOK and can be bought online or at the Box Office in Stavanger Concert Hall. There will be a maximum of 20 people on each tour.


We can also arrange private group tours in addition to the planned tours which take place at the concert hall. Prices are 1800 NOK for a private group and 900 NOK for a school class. A maximum of 30 people is allowed in each group. We can also arrange for tours to include a musical interlude.

For more information and booking, please contact Head of Marketing and Communications, Grete Straume by telephone: (+47) 926 95 104 or email:


Experience the magnificent organ in Stavanger Concert Hall from the outside and the inside! On this tour, you will get an insight into how the organ works and hear how it sounds. Minimum 5 to maximum 20 participants. Price per person is 90 NOK.

To organize a time, please contact Concert House Organist, Nils Henrik Asheim by telephone: (+47) 951 49 855 or email:


Combine your guided tour with a meal in our restaurant Spiseriet, or with something to drink in the bar. Book your table by contacting Spiseriet at or by phone: (+47) 400 01 324.

Last, but not least, remember to visit our gift shop while you are here! With a guided tour ticket you get a 10% discount on all products in the shop on the same day.