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The Opera Roof in Oslo, Norway, TDR's man on site Michael Wiklander, is checking things out. In Norway it's totally natural and OK to climb a mountain, so building an opera house where you can walk on the roof isn't so strange after all. Tomorrow night about 8,000 people will be on said roof to see Gyllene Tider say goodbye forever. Gyllene enters the stage around 9:30pm and will play for rougly 90 minutes. Right now the stage, which is placed on a barge in the ocean below the opera's roof, is being prepared. It will be somewhat of a challenge for Per to throw his guitar picks to expecting fans this time. That in itself will be an adventure! The Opera House opened in 2008 and the marble clad roof is designed by Kristian Blystad, Kalle Grude and Jorunn Sannes and they have their names in mosaic in the marble. The feeling standing on this roof is magnificient.

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