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The Grieg Hall

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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: Trygve Schønfelder
The Grieg Hall Photo: Trygve Schønfelder
The Grieg Hall Photo: Trond Olav Strømme
The Grieg Hall Photo: Grieghallen AS
Read more: Grieghallen logo

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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.

Summer 2014:
Grieghallen is in the second stage of renewing auditorium seating and complete new stage technology. Will reopen in October.

Green travel

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

Eco-lighthouse Environmental certification of private and public enterprises, also tourism Green travel

Facilities

  • General facilities

    • conference facilities
    • parking
  • Conference facilities

    • number of persons in largest conference room
    • classroom
    • projector
    • max theatre seating capacity
    • video projector 1024x768
    • TV/conference room
    • function rooms
    • conference rooms
    • equipped office for course leaders
    • banquet
    • big screen
    • microphone for users of tele-loop
    • video conferencing available
  • Licensed premises

    • fully licensed
  • Disabled persons

    • adapted for disabled
    • toilet for disabled persons
  • Package tours

    • company tours
    • groups
    • dancing
    • Christmas buffet
    • evening event
    • lunch event
  • Classification

    • eco-lighthouse
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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...

The Grieg Hall

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