Saybia. Seems to be quite known these days.
The next day we got up and left downtown for breakfast. We bought it in the supermarket nad went for a tour around town. We made some photos of buildings and statues, which I mislaid. I hope to find them later. After that we left for the festival. It was suppose to start at 16 o'clock, but we wanted to get early for a good place. When it finally began I was about 1 metre from the fence. So I got a good view and made some nice shots. Actually I made a lot of shots. But I do not want to get the TB-photographer-award the easy way. I could upload hundreds -even thousands- of pictures and get the award. But I rather upload a couple of photos that mean something. So you can look at the pictures without being overwhelmed by Morten Harket ;D We met a lot of Dutch fans I already knew.
Do not know the name of this band, but they really rocked
I'm not the only geek to travel all the way to Norway for a concert. It was a very good festival for many hours, which I do not know much details about. Except that I was very hungry and thirsty because we couldn't really leave our spots for refreshments and get back to our position so easily. After a long while my friend left for some drinks and returned with two litres of coca cola (sometimes I do not have a choice, but I actually do not like cola). It took him a while and had difficulty getting back. After the festival was over, they were handing out drinks outside and chewing gum and muesli bars. It was an advertise-stunt. It took a couple of years before I saw the first time it was done in the Netherlands. The Netherlands aren't the trendsetters, they like to claim they are.