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Oslo Spektrum Photo: Oslo Spektrum Oslo Spektrum Photo: Oslo Spektrum/Atle Schie
Oslo Spektrum Photo: Oslo Spektrum
Oslo Spektrum Photo: Oslo Spektrum/Atle Schie

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One of Norway's largest multi-purpose arenas, with a maximum capacity of almost 10,000 at concerts.

Oslo Spektrum opened in 1990, and is used for concerts, sports, trade shows, exhibitions, congresses and conferences. The arena offers boxes, club seats, and dinner & show packages.

Oslo Spektrum is centrally located right next to Norway's largest public transportation intersection, Oslo Central Station and the Airport Express Train.

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Oslo Spektrum

One of Norway's largest multi-purpose arenas, with a maximum capacity of almost 10,000 at concerts. Oslo Spektrum opened in 1990, and is used for conc...

Oslo Spektrum

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