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Ridehuset, Akershus Fortress

Ridehuset, Akershus Fortress Photo: Forsvaret
Ridehuset, Akershus Fortress Photo: Forsvaret

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Modern and stylish concert venue, tailored to the needs of The Staff Band of the Norwegian Armed Forces. Ridehuset's superb acoustics make it attractive to other performers as well.

Ridehuset was completed in 2007 after extensive restoration and reconstruction, and is a fantastic concert venue for performances and audiences.

The venue contains a stage, dressing rooms, music archive, storage space and seating for 200-250 people. The building next door has rehearsal spaces, group rooms and common rooms.

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Tram No.12 > Christiania torv
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Ridehuset, Akershus Fortress

Modern and stylish concert venue, tailored to the needs of The Staff Band of the Norwegian Armed Forces. Ridehuset's superb acoustics make it...

Ridehuset, Akershus Fortress

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