There are two price categories, “member” and “non-member”. What does this mean?

If you are a paying member of Studentersamfundet in Trondheim, you are able to buy your tickets at member rates. This means cheaper tickets. In order to take advantage of this deal, you have to possess a valid membership card that you have bring with you to every event you have acquired tickets for. (If you choose “ticketless” (billettløst) when you buy your ticket, your membership card will serve as the ticket. You have to bring your card with you in order to gain access to the event.)

Can I put my ticket on my membership card?

When choosing the “ticketless” option when acquiring a ticket, the membership card itself may be utilised as a ticket. You will not need bring the actual ticket with you to the event, as long as you bring your membership card. NB: you cannot have more than one ticket on your membership card at once. If you have purchased more than one ticket, the remaining will be e-mailed to you.

How do I obtain the tickets I have purchased?

When you have paid, you will receive a confirmation mail which will contain your purchased tickets. You will then have to print out the ticket(s) and bring them along to the event. Further instructions on how to open the file containing the ticket will be given in the same mail as aforementioned. If you choose to put your ticket on your membership card, the card itself will act as your ticket. Thus, remember to bring your card with you in order to gain access to the event.

Is UKA merely for students?

You do not have to be a student in order to partake in UKA’s festivities. As the biggest cultural festival in Norway, UKA has more than enough to offer to everyone, no matter age or occupation.

How do I become a member of Studentersamfundet?

Go towww.samfundet.nofor more detailed instructions on how to become a member.

We are a group that would like to order tickets for revue and dinner

If you are a group of people that want to order tickets for the revue and a dinner party after, please send an inquiry topakketilbud@uka.no. Reservation of tickets will be accessible during the beginning of March.

What is the “J-weekend” (J-helg)?

J-weekend is the jubilee weekend. 2017 marks the 100 th year of UKA and the J- weekend’s sole purpose is to commemorate the jubilee. There will be great festivities in honour of UKA’s proud history, in courtesy of the House Entertainment (Husunderholdningen). If you wish to partake in the celebration, registrations will be open during the spring semester.

What is the S-weekend (S-helg)?

S-weekend is the student’s weekend. Students from all over the country will attend UKA for the weekend and join the many joyous events that the festival has to offer.

When: 20-22 October

I have facilitation needs

Please contacttilgjengelighet@uka.no if you have assistance needs or in general have questions in regard.
Your assistance guide will be able to access events free of charge on the condition that they have a valid assistance licence.

Where do I find the event information?

General information, event time and age restrictions are to be found onwww.uka.no.

Where do I find more specific information about tickets?

Further information, like tickets prices and age restrictions are to be found on www.uka.no. If needed, you may also contact billett-support@uka.no

Where can I get help with tickets?

billett-support@uka.nowill be able to answer all your ticket related questions.

I have additional inquiries about tickets

Contact billett-support@uka.no.for more information.

About UKA

UKA and the UKA-feeling

UKA is a traditional, yet innovative, cultural festival. A phenomenon to many, it serves as a holiday in the middle of the fall term. Every other year fireworks light up the sky above Studentersamfundet, Trondheim's Student Society, and everyone is encouraed to enjoy the hard work of 1700 volunteering students.

The student festival started off as a revue theatre with the opening show "Baccarat" in 1917 in order to bolster Studentersamfundet’s economy. The play was set up for a full week, hence the name of the festival (“uka” = “the week”). It has since become a place of sanctuary, and also a workplace for now thousands of Trondheim’s students. The modern day UKA lasts for 25 days, and sold more than 80 000 tickets in 2011, deeming it the largest cultural festival in Norway.

A lot of Trondheim’s residents have some sort of connection to UKA, either through volunteering or as spectators. UKA aims to spread the student spirit to its visitors, and prominently marks the entire city throughout the weeks of October. The festival arranges everything from concerts with international artists such as Jay-Z, Franz Ferdinand, Snoop Dogg, Muse and David Guetta, to sophisticated sushi and wine tasting classes. In addition, the revue theatre is still carrying on strong with its proud traditions and is considered as one of the main events of UKA.

By attending UKA you become part of a grand community, where everyone is trying their best to achieve the legendary UKA-feeling (UKEfølelsen). Word has it that happiness is meeting your better half at UKA.

With utmost sincerity, we henceforth invite you to the 49th UKA festival! Join us from October 5th to 29th, 2017.

For booking requests, please contact booking@uka.no
For press requests, please contact Rebecca Amalie Skogø, pressesjef@uka.no


Contact information

General inquiries


Reservations G-weekend and H-weekend


Booking (Concerts)



Support for ticket purchases

President of UKA

Julian Mæhlen


992 15 971

Press officer

Markus Drange


992 15 979

Head of admin

Andreas Berg


992 15 973

Head of culture

Agnete Djupvik


992 15 978

Head of PR

Frida Nilsen


992 15 977

Head of arena

Nora Elisabeth Seland


992 15 974

Head of operations

Julie Nymo


992 15 975

Head of finance

Simen Vestad


992 15 972