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Mari Boine

Mari Boine Tour Dates and Upcoming Concerts

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Category Folk, Jazz, International, World Music
Concerts
May
22
Mari Boine – Alva Tour
Helsinki
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May
25
Mari Boine – Alva Tour
Flåm
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Jun
13
Mari Boine – Alva Tour
Oslo
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Jun
29
Mari Boine – Alva Tour
Harstad
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Jul
13
Mari Boine – Alva Tour
Samuelsberg
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Jul
19
Mari Boine – Alva Tour
Kristiansand
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Jul
20
Mari Boine – Alva Tour
Vikedal
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Aug
01
Mari Boine Trio
Gibostad
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Aug
15
Rensåsparken
Bodø
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Sep
12
Mari Boine – Alva Tour
Elverum
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Sep
13
Mari Boine – Alva Tour
Kolbotn
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Sep
14
Mari Boine – Alva Tour
Jessheim
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Sep
20
Mari Boine – Alva Tour
Kristiansund
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Sep
21
Mari Boine – Alva Tour
Sunndalsøra
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Sep
22
Mari Boine – Alva Tour
Molde
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Sep
26
Mari Boine – Alva Tour
Førde
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Sep
27
Mari Boine – Alva Tour
Sandane
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Sep
28
Mari Boine – Alva Tour
Geiranger
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Oct
03
Mari Boine – Alva Tour
Sandnes
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Oct
04
Mari Boine – Alva Tour
Bryne
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Oct
10
Mari Boine – Alva Tour
Bryne
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Oct
11
Mari Boine – Alva Tour
Sand
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Oct
12
Mari Boine – Alva Tour
Sauda
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Oct
20
Mari Boine – Alva Tour
Oslo
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Oct
20
Mari Boine – Alva Tour
Oslo
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Nov
01
Mari Boine – Alva Tour
Mandal
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Nov
02
Mari Boine – Alva Tour
Asker
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Nov
03
Mari Boine – Alva Tour
Larvik
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Nov
08
Mari Boine – Alva Tour
Steinkjer
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Nov
09
Mari Boine – Alva Tour
Oppdal
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Nov
15
Volkshaus
Zürich
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Nov
20
Mari Boine – Alva Tour
Kongsvinger
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Nov
21
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Lier
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Nov
22
Verket Scene
Moss
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Jan
17
Mari Boine – Alva Tour
Bergen
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Jan
18
Mari Boine – Alva Tour
Stavanger
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Jan
24
Mari Boine – Alva Tour
Ålesund
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Jan
25
Mari Boine – Alva Tour
Trondheim
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Feb
08
Mari Boine – Alva Tour
Tromsø
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Feb
09
Mari Boine – Alva Tour
Tromsø
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Feb
14
Mari Boine – Alva Tour
Hammerfest
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Feb
15
Mari Boine – Alva Tour
Alta
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About Mari Boine
Imagine the ice and snow of the Arctic landscape, the bitter cold of the Northern wind, the hint of compelling blue under a crystallized lake. Close your eyes. Then listen. Really listen. You’ll feel a voice before you even hear it. It’s like none other. It’s a voice that brings the landscape alive with a mesmerizing purity; a voice that represents a thousand years of ancestral connection to an unyielding frozen space. This is Mari Boine. Musician. Songwriter. Singer. A genre-bending trailblazer with a taste for jazz, folk, rock and world. An artist whose music is inspired by and infused with her Sámi roots. A woman who knows who she is, where she’s come from and what she stands for. A music icon who has inspired indigenous artists the world over. Mari Boine. She’s got soul. “It’s completely irrelevant what you call her music. Her music that blends seamlessly into the rhythms and sound picture of our times. She could have sung her songs a thousand years ago or a thousand years into the future and still retained the same depth and resonance. In other words, it is like Mari Boine’s voice reveals just the smallest sliver of eternity,” said one critic about her album Gávcci Jahkejuogo (Eight Seasons). When Mari Boine made her music debut in the early 1980’s, she was an angry young woman. And she had every right to be. Christianity, repression of the Sámi language and the oppressive culture of “the big men down south” – these all weighed heavily on the mind of a girl raised in her native language but discouraged from performing traditional yoik. After all, it was “devil’s work.” “The first music I ever heard was from my parents, singing hymns. We had no records or television in our home. My strict religious parents never allowed that. We did own a radio, but it was restricted to listening to the news, weather forecasts and Sunday church service,” says Mari. “But of course, when our parents were out or at night, we discovered music from all over the world on those radio channels. In fact, I first heard jazz on that radio.” Outside the family home, Mari absorbed the music of nature, like the wind “singing” and in spring – birdsong. Performing first in Norwegian and English, Mari eventually switched to her native tongue Sámi – “a good language to sing in, so rich for the voice,” she said. Mari channeled her personal and political frustration into the 1989 breakthrough album Gula Gula, which propelled her into popular culture both at home and internationally and gave her a platform to advocate for Sámi. “It’s not that I was always a political activist,” she says. “And I certainly never profess to represent Sámi. It’s just that music gave me a profile and gives me a platform, so I use it. By telling my own personal story as a Sámi, I feel I’m sharing a piece of my people’s story. After all, my songs describe the pain of oppression and the struggle to reclaim self-respect, but I also sing about the joy of growing up within a culture that has such a close bond with nature.” In 1993, Mari’s album Goaskinviella (Eagle Brother) was awarded the Norwegian equivalent to a Grammy. A decade later, Mari was recognized with the Nordic Council’s Music Prize. This special award acknowledged her artistic achievements, but also her ability to connect with a global audience while still maintaining her integrity as a Sámi. Mari Boine has a new album. See the Woman. And as to be expected from Mari Boine, this new album is a twist. “For this project, I really wanted to do something different. So, I reached back into my past, to the kind of music I listened to when I was younger. Much of the music I’ve been making up until now has a shamanistic beat at its core. My new project is full of keyboards and synthesizers and to me, it’s more experimental. These sounds create space for me to tell more complex stories.” “It’s been a real challenge to see whether my own vocal style (which is heavily influenced by traditional Sami styles) can work in a language that isn’t my mother tongue. I think I’ve pulled it off. It’s an album I’m very proud of.” Text: Moana Maniapoto Facts Born in Karasjok, Sápmi Norway. Trained as a teacher (Regional College in Alta) Debut album “Jaskatvuođa maŋŋa/ After the Silence” (1985) Breakthrough album “Gula Gula/ Hear the Voices of the Foremothers” (1989) Albums 2017: See The Woman 2013: Gilvve Gollát – Sow Your Gold (Live featuring Norwegian Radio Orchestra) 2009: Sterna Paradisea 2008: It ain´t necessarily evil/ Remixed 2 2006: Idjagieđas/In the Hand of the Night 2002: Gávcci jahkejuogu/Eight Seasons 2001: Ođđa hámis/Remixed 1 1998: Bálvvoslatnja/Room of Worship 1996: Eallin (Live) 1994: Leahkastin/ Unfolding 1993: Goaskinviellja/ Eagle Brother 1992: Møte i Moskva (With the band Allians) 1991: Salmer på veien hjem (Hymns with Ole Paus and Kari Bremnes) 1989: Gula Gula/ Hear the Voices of the Foremothers 1985: Jaskatvuođa maŋŋá/ After the Silence Collaborations 2017: with Moddi on “Unsongs: The Shaman and the Thief” 2016: with Bugge Wesseltoft on “Somewhere in Between” 2016: with Nils Noa on “Nu duohta – So true” 2016: with Ferhat Tunç on“Kobani” and on “Dere Emirxani – River Emirghan (single)” 2015: with various artists on “Northern Soul – The Album” 2015: with Guren Hagen on “Herbarium 2, de beste” 2013: with various artists on “Hotel Sacher – Lounge” 2012: with Kohib on “Tirakan EP” 2012: with various artists on “Go Natt Vol.2” 2011: with various artists on “Durchatmen Vol.2” 2010: with Bluetech on “Love Songs to the Source” 2010: with various artists on “Norway Nights (Jazz Club)” 2010: with various artists on “Nuevas Divas del Jazz” 2009: with various artists on “Lifestyle2 – Dance Grooves Vol 1 (Budget Version)” 2009: with various artists on “Voices Of The World (My Jazz)” 2008: with various artists on “Ima ipmašat” 2008: with various artists on ““Lifestyle2 – Dance Grooves Vol 1 (International Version)” 2008: with Tom Middleton on “Renaissance 3D presents Tom Middleton” 2005: with Future Prophecies on “Warlords Rising” 2004: with Illumination on “The Chilluminati Remixes” 2001: with Inna Zhelannaya and Sergey Starostin on “Winter in Moscow” 2001: with various artist on “Cafe Del Mar Volumen Ocho” 2001: with various artists on “Future Jazz From Norway” 2000: with various artists on “Voices of the Real World” 1994: with various artists on “A Week or Two in the Real World” 1991: with Ole Paus and Kari Bremnes on “Salmer På Veien Hjem” Highlights Collaboration with Peter Gabriel on “One World, One Voice” (1990) and on “A Week in the Real World” (1992). Collaboration with Jan Garbarek on “Twelve Moon” (1992) and on “Visible World” (1995). Commissioned works for Vossajazz (1994) and for Telemarksfestivalen (2005). Screen music/solo role in a Mona J. Hoel’s short film with “Vuolgge mu mielde bassivárrái/ Come with me to the sacred mountain” (1995). Co-wrote music for the German film adaptation of the “Hansel and Gretel” fairytale, directed by Anne Wild (2005). Co-wrote the soundtrack for the movie “The Kautokeino-rebellion” directed by Nils Gaup, with S. Schultz and H. Rundberg (2008). Awards & Grants Has received a number of awards, distinctions, and grants such as the Spellemann Awards (Norwegian Grammy), the Anders Jahres Award, Nordic Sámi Council’s Honorary Award, Nordic Council’s Music Award and the Norwegian Audio-Visual Fund’s large launching grant. In 2009 she was appointed knight, first class in the Royal Norwegian Order of St. Olav for her artistic diversity.
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Mari Boine Tour Cities
Kolbotn, Norway Vikedal, Norway Kongsvinger, Norway Zürich, Switzerland Jessheim, Norway Lier, Norway Larvik, Norway Elverum, Norway Samuelsberg, Norway Steinkjer, Norway Moss, Norway Molde, Norway Bryne, Norway Geiranger, Norway Førde, Norway Sauda, Norway Mandal, Norway Sunndalsøra, Norway Flåm, Norway Oslo, Norway Sandane, Norway Kristiansund, Norway Oppdal, Norway Harstad, Norway Helsinki, Finland Sand, Norway Bodø, Norway Sandnes, Norway Gibostad, Norway Asker, Norway Kristiansand, Norway Ålesund, Norway Trondheim, Norway Stavanger, Norway Bergen, Norway Alta, Norway Tromsø, Norway Hammerfest, Norway

Frequently Asked Questions About Mari Boine

Concerts & Tour Date Information

Is Mari Boine on tour?

Yes, Mari Boine is currently on tour. If you’re interested in attending an upcoming Mari Boine concert, make sure to grab your tickets in advance. The Mari Boine tour is scheduled for 42 dates across 38 cities. Get information on all upcoming tour dates and tickets for 2024-2025 with Hypebot.

How many upcoming tour dates is Mari Boine scheduled to play?

Mari Boine is scheduled to play 42 shows between 2024-2025. Buy concert tickets to a nearby show through Hypebot.

When does the Mari Boine tour start?

Mari Boine’s tour starts May 22, 2024 and ends on Feb 15, 2025. They will play 38 cities; their most recent concert was held in Helsinki at Kulttuuritalo and their next upcoming concert will be in Vikedal at Vikedal Centre.

What venues is Mari Boine performing at?

As part of the Mari Boine tour, Mari Boine is scheduled to play across the following venues and cities:

2024 Tour Dates:

May 22 - Helsinki, 01 @ Kulttuuritalo
May 25 - Flåm, Vestland @ Fretheim Hotel
Jun 13 - Oslo, Oslo @ Sofienberg Park
Jun 29 - Harstad, Troms @ Harstad kulturhus AS
Jul 13 - Samuelsberg, Troms @ Manndalen Sjøbuer
Jul 19 - Kristiansand, Agder @ Ravnedalen Naturpark
Jul 20 - Vikedal, Norway @ Vikedal Centre
Aug 01 - Gibostad, Troms og Finnmark @ Lysnes småbåthavn
Aug 15 - Bodø, Nordland @ Rensåsparken
Sep 12 - Elverum, Innlandet @ Elverum Kulturhus
Sep 13 - Kolbotn, Viken @ Kolben Kulturhus
Sep 14 - Jessheim, 01 @ Ullensaker kulturhus
Sep 20 - Kristiansund, Møre og Romsdal @ Kulturfabrikken
Sep 21 - Sunndalsøra, Møre og Romsdal @ Sunndal Culture & cinema
Sep 22 - Molde, Møre og Romsdal @ Bjørnsonhuset
Sep 26 - Førde, Sogn og Fjordane @ Førdehuset
Sep 27 - Sandane, Sogn og Fjordane @ Gloppen Kino
Sep 28 - Geiranger, Møre og Romsdal @ Hotel Union Geiranger AS
Oct 03 - Sandnes, Norway @ Sandnes Kulturhus
Oct 04 - Bryne, Rogaland @ Storstova
Oct 10 - Bryne, Rogaland @ Storstova
Oct 11 - Sand, Rogaland @ Kulturhuset i Suldal
Oct 12 - Sauda, Rogaland @ Folkets Hus i Sauda
Oct 20 - Oslo, Oslo @ Oslo Opera House
Oct 20 - Oslo, Oslo @ Oslo Opera House
Nov 01 - Mandal, Vest-Agder @ Buen kulturhus
Nov 02 - Asker, Akershus @ Asker kulturhus
Nov 03 - Larvik, Vestfold @ Larvik Kulturhus Bølgen
Nov 08 - Steinkjer, Trøndelag @ Nye Steinkjer Kulturhus
Nov 09 - Oppdal, Trondelag @ Oppdal kulturhus
Nov 15 - Zürich, Zürich @ Volkshaus
Nov 20 - Kongsvinger, Innlandet @ Rådhus-Teatret
Nov 21 - Lier, Norway @ Lier kulturscene
Nov 22 - Moss, Østfold @ Verket Scene

2025 Tour Dates:

Jan 17 - Bergen, Norway @ Grieghallen
Jan 18 - Stavanger, Rogaland @ Stavanger Konserthus
Jan 24 - Ålesund, Møre og Romsdal @ Parken kulturhus
Jan 25 - Trondheim, Sør-Trøndelag @ Olavshallen
Feb 08 - Tromsø, Troms @ Kulturhuset Tromsø
Feb 09 - Tromsø, Troms @ Kulturhuset Tromsø
Feb 14 - Hammerfest, Finnmark @ Arktisk kultursenter
Feb 15 - Alta, Troms Og Finnmark @ Alta Kultursal
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