Icelandic arts ticketing platform Tix has teamed up with Norwegian concert hall Oslo Konserthus and Røverstaden.

Oslo Konserthus, a leading venue in Norwegian culture and music, has the flexibility to arrange concerts and conferences of a range of sizes and scopes.

It has two halls with the largest, Store sal, able to seat up to 1,400, while Lille sal seats 266.

Lille sal has many possibilities in terms of layout and technical needs and both halls have large foyers suitable for exhibitions and receptions. They present over 300 events a year, with over 200,000 visitors.

Kristin Sundt, head of marketing and communication at Oslo Konserthus, said: “We are looking forward to an exciting collaboration with a partner in ticketing that will take us further into the future. Tix is a modern, innovative and forward-looking ticket provider that can lift us and help us sell more tickets. We are looking forward to start!”

Røverstaden, a three-story high creative hub in the middle of Oslo’s city centre, is an investment made by Oslo Concert Hall, a Norwegian institution which resides right next to the building. It opened in January 2018, and is one of the first multi-purpose venues of its kind in the city.

The different floors of the building are occupied with different creative agents within film, photography, fashion, architecture, and event planning on the top floor, while the main floor is made into a lounge area with a café and cocktail bar. The basement is where KLUBBEN resides, a concert venue with a capacity of 750 people.

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