6. - 8.september 2019 Trondheim, Norway
Vintage Swing Night
10 Year Anniversary
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Full weekend Lindy Hop Exchange

Event Information

Everything you need to know to fully enjoy VSN 2019!

About the exchange

VSN will be arranged for the 10th time on the 6th.-8th. September.

The perfect way to visit Trondheim, Norway!

3 days with LIVE music and parties and a special anniversary program!

Vintage Swing Night is a Lindy Hop exchange, but offers a few classes themed to fit the topic; social dance!
Organized activities around the city centre to show you new sides of Trondheim through Lindy Hop.
This is a cosy, small and warm event, perfect for those that want to have fun with new and old friends.

Please take some time to read our Code of Conduct

Location

This year’s venue is BUL-salen, a big, old hall situated in the heart of Trondheim. BUL-salen is owned by BUL, a folkculture-organization, and is usually used for theatre (as the picture shows) folk dance and folk music.

Now its time for some swinging jazz and lindy hop there to!

A map can be found here

Accomodation

Thon Hotel Nidaros

This hotel is located on top of the dance venue and is newly refurbished. It's a really nice hotel that serves delicius breakfast and supper included in the price.
We are working on a special VSN discount, so stay tuned for more information.

Hosting

Request hosting when you register.
We will try as good as possible to provide hosting for all that wants

Trondheim Hostel

The hostel is located aprox. 10 min in walking-distance from the venues.
More info on their webpages: http://trondheimvandrerhjem.no

Hotels

Trondheim has a high density of hotels. A list can be found here: hotels.com

Parties

There will be parties every night of the event and we will even throw in a couple of small parties during the daytime as well.

More info soon!

Themed classes

Stay tuned for more information about classes

Volunteer

Volunteering can be a great way to get to know both the club and the people in it. You get an insider´s perspective on how Lindy Hop-events are organized and you get to be a part of a group that want to contribute to the Lindy Hop-scene.

To make Vintage Swing Night fantastic we would really like to hear about your interests, idèas, education, people you know, things you have seen, what you like, what you would like to do….everything you can think of that can contribute to this being the weekend of your dreams! We love people thinking outside the box! - AND the practical, analythical ones!

Which one are you?

We have tasks both in the planning phase, as well as during the event. Volunteers are payed in gratitude and are in the running to win a pass to Vintage Swing Night 2019. The more you contribute, the bigger are your chances of winning. The winner will be drawn after the event, on the volunteers party.

Contact:
Write an e-mail to vsn@trondheimlindy.no
Looking forward to seeing your happy face as one of the volunteers of VSN 2019!
The organizing comittee

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Dance the night away!

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Exchange Schedule

Don't miss a thing :)

The program for the festival will be announced soon! Stay tuned

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“And those who were seen dancing were thought to be insane by those who could not hear the music.”
- Friedrich Nietzsche
Teachers

More info about our fantastic teachers will soon be published

DJ's

Spinning those records


Thanks to our sponsors!

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Welcome to Trondheim

Where to go and what to see!



Nidaros Cathedral

Nidaros Cathedral is a Church of Norway located in the city of Trondheim. Built over the burial site of Saint Olav, the king of Norway in the 11th century, who became the patron saint of the nation. It was built from 1070 to 1300, and designated as the cathedral for the Diocese of Nidaros in 1152. After the Protestant Reformation, it was taken from the Roman Catholics by the Lutheran Church in 1537. It is the northernmost medieval cathedral in the world.
Official site
More info on Wikipedia

Baklandet

Bakklandet is a cozy and old fashioned neighbourhood of Trondheim. It lies on the east side of the Nidelva river between the Bakke Bridge (Bakke bru) and the Old Town Bridge (Gamle Bybro).

The neighbourhood is dominated by small, wooden houses and narrow streets. It is among the major tourist attractions in the city.

In 1965, the road plan for Trondheim proposed that the area large be demolished to make way for a four-lane motorway which would connect Elgeseter gate with Innherredsveien. The plans were met by opposition from locals, and by the early 1980s the plan was shelved, after the city's environmental council had approved depopulating the neighbourhood in 1974.

Well worth a visit. :)

Ladestien

Ladestien (English: the Lade Trail) is a broad walking track that strolls along the Trondheimsfjord around the entire Lade Peninsula in the municipality of Trondheim in Sør-Trøndelag county, Norway.

The track is about 14 kilometres (8.7 mi) long. The western part of the track starts at Korsvika, about 1 kilometre (0.62 mi) east of the center of Trondheim, and follows the fjord east to Charlottenlund. The western part climbs small hilltops, often with a beautiful view of the Trondheimsfjord. The eastern part is almost flat.

There are several beaches (mainly rocky or with pebbles) along Ladestien, some of the most popular are Ringvebukta (not far from Ringve Museum and botanical garden) and Djupvika; the latter includes a large lawn and volleyball net. Swimming in the fjord is indeed refreshing, although a water temperature of 18 °C (64 °F) is fairly common during warm spells, and in warm summers water temperatures might reach 21 °C (70 °F).

In nice summer weather, a walk along the lush Ladestien with the calm waves from the fjord rolling gently against rocks and beaches might give associations to places much further south.

In mood for a walk? Well, try you hiking shoes at Ladestien!

Museums

Some (but not all) of the museums in Trondheim:

The Archbishop's Palace Museum
The museum shows original sculptures from Nidaros Cathedral and archaeological finds from its dramatic history. Visitors can see the Archbishop's mint, where coins were stamped, just as it was found by archaeologists.

Museum of Natural History and Archaeology
The NTNU Museum of Natural History and Archaeology provides an enjoyable learning experience at the centre of town. Exhibitions of natural and cultural history. Museum shop and café. Middle Age exhibition in separate building (Suhmhuset) on same ticket.

Ringve Music Museum
Ringve is a specialized museum dedicated to music and musical instruments. During the summer season all visitors are invited to a guided tour with Ringve's talented guides demonstrating historical instruments from the music history. The historical interiors of the main building provides a backdrop and add to this unique experience.

Science Centre Trondheim
Popular- science adventure centre. More than 150 models for you to explore. Revelations for visitors of all ages. Also containing planetarium and a "science shop".

National Museum of Decorative Arts
The museum houses a historical and modern collection that includes furniture, silver, glass, textile, ceramics and design from the 15th century up till today. Also administrating guided tours in Stiftsgården - The Royal Residence.

Trondheim Art Museum
The Art Gallery has a large collection of Norwegian art from around 1850 up to the present. It also has an impressive collection of Danish art and a significant representation of other renowned international artists. Special exhibitions are held throughout the year.

Rockheim

Rockheim (also called Det nasjonale opplevelsessenteret for pop og rock, The National Discovery Centre for Pop and Rock, and Det nasjonale museet for populærmusikk, The National Museum for Popular Music) is Norway's national museum for popular music from the 1950s to the present. It is a division of Museene i Sør-Trøndelag (Sør-Trøndelag Museums) and is housed in a former grain warehouse in Trondheim.

The museum also has a virtual presence, Virtuelle Rockheim, which launched in 2009, and since 2011 musicians and groups have been chosen for the Rockheim Hall of Fame.

If you want to learn something about Norwegian music, then this is the place!

Main Location

  • BUL Salen
    Søndre gate 22B, Trondheim
  • vsn@trondheimlindy.no
  • (47) 915 86 531