Look Deeper into VOSS news and events

Harlem EatUp

 Harlem EatUp is a festival that celebrates Harlem's eclectic food, culture and spirit. This year, VOSS was thrilled to be the exclusive water served at the Dine In Harlem series at restaurants such as: Esquire Magazine's Best New restaurant The Cecil and Marcus Samuelsson's brand new Streetbird Rotisserie. Harlem, we had a great time - Hope you did too! More>

Just Around The Next Corner

Save the Date Oslo! Join us at Just Around The Next Corner Art Auction, benefiting Voss Foundation and Milgis Trust is on Sunday, May 31st! Preview the auction catalog and auction details here>

DeGustibus Cooking School

Exciting News: VOSS will be the official water partner for the 2015-2016 De Gustibus Cooking School season, hosting the world's most celebrated chefs and sommeliers for a series of demonstration classes, wine seminars and hands-on cooking! Check out the class schedule here. 

Fear No Art Chicago, The Dinner Party

The next Fear No Art Chicago: The Dinner Party is on June 1 with something special in conjunction with Columbia College Film Department’s Cinema Slapdown. Chef Chris Gawronski of Acanto cooks for Actor Joe Mantegna, relationship expert, Bela Gandhi, Sommelier Jon McDaniel, host Elysabeth Alfano AND YOU on a night dedicated to talking movies, music, love, food and wine! Get your tickets here >

Taste of London

VOSS is proud to return a second year as The Official Bottled Water of Taste of London. We hope you enjoy this year’s food festival and do please stop by one of our pavilions or look out for our staffers walking the event grounds to purchase a bottle of VOSS.

This year, to celebrate our return, we are giving away plenty of prizes to our Taste of London fans! Stay tuned as we reveal how to win these prizes very soon!


Team Ulsrud

VOSS is thrilled to announce our new partnership with Team Ulsrud, the silver medalists at the 2010 Vancouver Olympic Games and the 8-Time Norwegian Men's Curling Champions! We look forward to hydrating Team Ulsrud every "sweep" of the way as they continue to "wear out" their competition both on and off the ice.