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Single Day Pass (£34 – £39).

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A four-day music festival celebrating the best in Nordic creativity and influence taking over Hull city centre. Hull goes international as we celebrate the city’s Nordic links in this four-day experimental music festival. Critically acclaimed singer-songwriter John Grant joins forces with one of the UK’s most innovative arts organisations, Curated Place, to present an exciting music programme featuring artists from, but not limited to, the Nordic region.




The most exciting and innovative musicians from Scandinavia and Iceland are heading to the UK for a four-day live music festival like no other.

Critically acclaimed singer-songwriter John Grant gathers some of today’s most exciting musicians, including GusGus, Susanne Sundfør, Lindstrøm, Sóley, Sykur, Prins Póló, Nordic Affect, Ragga Gisla, Fufanu, Ghostigital and more for one of the most thrilling events of the year.

North Atlantic Flux takes place at various venues across Hull. Download the event map and schedule for all of the venues and full event listings.

Ticket holders will need to exchange their ticket for a wristband. When you collect your wristband, you will need to go to the correct venue depending on which date you collect it. The dates / venues are as follows:

  • Friday 28 April, 3.30pm-9.30pm – Hull City Hall (Main Lobby)
  • Saturday April, 11.30am-10.30pm – Hull City Hall (Main Lobby)
  • Sunday 30 April, 11.30am-10.00pm – Hull City Hall (Main Lobby)
  • Monday 1 May, 12pm-5.30pm – Jubilee Church (Main Lobby)

It will not be possible to exchange tickets for wristbands at any other venue than the main festival box office. A wristband is required for entry to all events.

All ticket holders must collect their wristband at the correct box office (as listed above) 15-20 minutes prior to the start of the first event, to ensure there will be sufficient time to travel to the correct venue.

Passholders will have access to all venues hosting festival events on the specific day the ticket is booked for, subject to capacity at each, but access to concerts will be run on a first-come, first-served basis to maintain a safe capacity.

We recommend parental guidance for the festival, however some venues will implement an age restriction due to licensing laws.


Live set start times and venues as follows (subject to change):

Friday 28 Apr

Hull City Hall
Mt. Wolf (7.30pm) / GusGus (9pm)

Jubilee Church
Tonik Ensemble (7pm) / Susanne Sundfør (8pm)

Gate No.5
Sweaty Records presents Volruptus: Kosmodod, Volruptus, ThizOne (10pm)

Saturday 29 Apr

Hull City Hall
Nányë (5.30pm) / Prins Póló (7.30pm) / Wrangler (DJ set 8.30pm) / Lindstrøm (10pm)

Jubilee Church
BBC Radio 3’s Late Junction featuring: Pinquins, Ragga Gisla, Cobby & Litten and Roller Bassoon (2pm) / Ragga Gisla (7pm) / Nordic Affect (8.30pm) / Cobby & Litten (9.30pm)

Queens Hall (in Jubilee Church)
Halldór Smàrason and the Sinfonia UK Collective performing Humber Star by Adelle Stripe (6.30pm) / Eyvind Gulbrandsen & The Royal Northern College of Music (8pm) / Blatnova (9pm)

Gate No.5
Luke Eargoggle and Actress (DJ set 10.30pm)

Sunday 30 Apr

Hull City Hall
Jobina Tinnemans & Jacob Tekeila with the Hull Choir (2pm) / Ghostigital (6.30pm) / Sóley (8pm) / John Grant (9.30pm)

Jubilee Church
Tom Kay (3pm) / Nils Bech (4.30pm) / Satellites (6pm)

Queens Hall (in Jubilee Church)
Eva-lina (3.30pm) / Equis (5pm) / Pinquins (7pm)

Gate No.5
X-Ray Katt (DJ set 10.30pm) / Wrangler (live 11.30pm) / James Orvis (12.30am)

Monday 1 May

Jubilee Church
Science of the Lamps (2pm) / Fufanu (3.30pm) / Mugison (5pm)

Queens Hall (in Jubilee Church)
Sebastian Edin (2pm) / Tronhjem  (3.30pm) / Alex Mørch (5pm)

X-Ray Katt (Mixnots) & guest (1pm) / Rosyan (4pm) / Sykur (5.30pm)

Voyage Statue
Simon Desbruslais (12.30pm)

For the duration of the festival Hull City Hall’s Mortimer Suite will host a sound installation by Jez riley-French (from 11am daily).

Produced by innovative arts organisation Curated Place, this unmissable showcase of Nordic talent features surprise collaborations and remarkable sound experiments alongside exclusive live sets by John Grant himself.

Hotels and Accommodation

For the best offers and prices for hotels and accommodation across the festival, please see Visit Hull & East Yorkshire’s website.


If you have purchased a ticket for an event/activity at this venue through hull2017.co.uk, please do not contact the venue direct with enquiries for that purchase as they will be unable to help.

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