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Rockefeller Music Hall

Rockefeller Music Hall Photo: Rockefeller/Linn Eirin Paulsen Rockefeller Music Hall Photo: Jørgen Schyberg (CC BY-NC-SA 2.0) Rockefeller Music Hall Photo: Rockefeller
Rockefeller Music Hall Photo: Rockefeller/Linn Eirin Paulsen
Rockefeller Music Hall Photo: Jørgen Schyberg (CC BY-NC-SA 2.0)
Rockefeller Music Hall Photo: Rockefeller

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One of Norway's most important concert venues, with room for 1,350 standing spectators. Entrance from Mariboes gate.

Rockefeller also hosts club nights, parties, film screenings, conferences and private events.

Office hours: Monday-Friday 09.00-17.00.

Transportation


Transport > Storgata/Brugata

Facilities

  • Activities

    • concerts
    • dancing
  • Package tours

    • Christmas buffet
  • Licensed premises

    • beer and wine
  • Age limit

    • 18 years
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Rockefeller Music Hall - Photo: Rockefeller/Linn Eirin Paulsen

Rockefeller Music Hall

One of Norway's most important concert venues, with room for 1,350 standing spectators. Entrance from Mariboes gate. Rockefeller also hosts club night...

Rockefeller Music Hall

Source: Visitnorway

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