Carver County's Largest Nordic Gathering

Location and Time

Free parking, free entrance, free entertainment.
Lions Park | Victoria, MN | September 12th | 10-5

Come rain or shine for live music, entertainers, crafters, Nordic food, the annual lutefisk toss, and more.

About

Nordic Heritage Club and Nordic Music Fest
Bringing Nordic traditions and culture to Carver County since 2007.

The Nordic Heritage Club of Carver County began in 2007 for an awareness of the presence of Nordic People and their contributions to Carver County. The Club grew out of the Friends of Andrew Peterson organization. Andrew Peterson was an immigrant from Sweden whose diaries were the inspiration of Vilhelm Moberg’s books, The Immigrants. Andrew Peterson settled in Carver County and contributed to horticulture with his apples. The Nordic Music Festival began in the fall of 2009 at Lake Waconia Regional Park. It has successfully grown every year to it’s home in Victoria. The idea of the Nordic Music Festival came from the Nordic Heritage Club. The Sons of Norway Scandia Lodge of Waconia joined us in this celebration. The festival is held the Saturday following Labor Day at Victoria Lions Park from 10 to 5.

Performers

2015 performance lineup
Versk Spelman
Swedish musical family
Violin, Guitar, and Accordion group from Minnesota specializing in traditional Swedish music.
ASI Cloudberries
Swedish Women\’s Chorus
The ASI Cloudberries a Swedish women\’s choir that meets at the American Swedish Institute. They perform both a cappella and is accompanied by guitar, accordion, fiddle, and piano. Their repertoire ranges from Swedish folk tunes to sacred hymns and contemporary music.

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