There have been reports of drunk, rubbish and crowds in several regions. The police have dismissed several people from the most densely populated places, driven home over-refreshed youth and urged parents to try to bring their children home.

During the night, two men were arrested and two others taken to hospitals following a brawl in central Oslo, NRK writes. 

- Four men in their 20s were involved. Two of them have been hit with a bottle and a door handle that they have worn off, says Line Skott.

Calmer in some places

In Norway's fourth largest city Trondheim, on the other hand, it has been a quiet and quiet night.

"It has been very quiet and the police have said that they are proud of Trondheim's young people who take one for the team and follow the restrictions that exist here," says SVT's reporter Henrik Silver in the Weekend studio.

Digital celebration

While Norway is slowly easing its restrictions, the corona virus has put a stop to traditional national day celebrations in the country. Most public events have been canceled, including the train through Oslo along the parade street Karl Johan, and the popular children's parades.

Instead, residents can follow large parts of the celebration digitally. Among other things, festive events, party concerts and boat charters in the Oslofjord will be broadcast during the day, and the municipality of Ullensaker has, in collaboration with the Norwegian Minecraft group Skogliv, built an interactive parade street on the gaming platform Minecraft, where all children can go parade trains on their mobile or computer, reports Aftenposten.