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The Grieg Hall Photo: Willy Haraldsen
The Grieg Hall Photo: Trygve Schønfelder
The Grieg Hall Photo: Trygve Schønfelder
The Grieg Hall Photo: Trond Olav Strømme
The Grieg Hall Photo: Grieghallen AS
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In recent years, the Grieg Hall has been transformed into Norway's leading integrated culture, conference and exhibition centre. The opportunity to combine culture with conferences, exhibitions and more is a unique feature of the Grieg Hall. Max capasity: Reception 1500 persons - Banquet 1100 persons

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The Grieg Hall is well known for hosting the European Song Contest in 1986. Following the development and expansion i 1996, it became a nationale centre for international congresses.

Thanks to the variety, flexibility and high quality of its facilities and technical offerings, Grieg Hall is widely considered to be the best venue on the marked for cultural events, trade exhibitions, conference, receptions and even banquets - to the repeat pleasure of all who host small and large events.

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The Grieg Hall has obtained certification for their environmental efforts by:

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The Grieg Hall

The Grieg Hall is well known for hosting the European Song Contest in 1986. Following the development and expansion i 1996, it became a nationale centr...

The Grieg Hall

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