The Festival Grounds

Norway Hall

2006 East Vista Way
Vista, CA, 92084
United States

The Vista Viking Festival is a very big Ting.

"Ting ", is the Old Norse name for the governing assembly all free people. They would gather in their communities to make law and to decide cases. But a Ting was not all politics. A Ting was often a multi-day festival. There were musicians, and entertainers. Merchants set up booths for their wares, Brew masters brought barrels of ale and mead. During the Thing, marriages were arranged, alliances were crafted, news and gossip exchanged and friendships forged and nurtured. We bring the spirit of the Old Norse Ting alive each September, at Norway Hall.


Festival Parking 


Parking at Norway Hall is extremely limited. We strongly suggest using our offsite parking and take advantage of our Free Shuttle Service - ADA Bus Available


Park at Vista High School - Free Shuttle

Vista High School

1 Panther Way

Vista, Ca. 92088

Park At Guajome Park Academy - Free Shuttle

Guajome Park Academy

2000 N. Santa Fe Ave.

Vista, Ca. 92083



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The producers of the festival share a commitment to preserve and promote Norwegian, and Norwegian-American cultural and heritage.

To conserve and celebrate our Norse history and heritage with living history and cultural activities. To support and contribute to our community. To bring a truly unique cultural and entertainment festival experience to Vista, California.

Sons Of Norway - Norge Lodge #6-060, Norwegian Fish Club Odin, Norway Hall Foundation, a Nonprofit California Corporation 501 (C) (3) and Daughters of Norway - Hulda Garborg Lodge #49