Jarle Bernhoft plays an intimate acoustic concert at Sentralen on 7 May.
On 30 April, the Norwegian government announced that organised events with up to 50 people will be allowed from 7 May, opening, among other things, for smaller concerts. On the same evening, Sentralen in Oslo announces that it opens its door for live performances with small crowds, and kicks off with Jarle Bernhoft, one of the country’s most acclaimed and widely known performers.
These concerts will be unlike anything Bernhoft has done before. There will be no band, no loop station, no microphone or large PA systems. Only Bernhoft himself with an acoustic guitar, and songs from his entire career as well as a few new ones.
Bernhoft will perform a total of 6 concerts in Forstanderskapssalen 7, 8 and 9 May, 6pm and 9pm all three days. in accordance with current regulations, only 46 tickets are available per concert.
You’ll find more information on the event’s Facebook page, and tickets are sold online via Tix.
Source. visitoslo.com / Norway Today