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Roskilde Backstage

1997 - 2002

Roskilde Festival '99
The first chatmeeting
Chatparty Tønsberg '99
1st official chat party
(hosted by Catgirl)
Party Trelleborg '99
Fredde's party with
Dorte and Angel
Madrugada Weekend '99
Small party in Tønsberg.
Chatparty Klippan 2000
2nd official chatparty (hosted by Angel)
Easterparty 2000
3rd official chatparty.
6 days in a row
(hosted by DD and Cat)
Roskilde Festival 2000
Our 2nd year as the chatgang at RF
Easterparty 2001
A small Easterparty
in Oslo
Roskilde Festival 2001
FistCamp #02
FistCamp #03
Chatmeeting 2001
Fredde 30 party
Some of us went to Trelleborg to celebrate Fredde's 30th birthday
Madrugada Weekend '01
With a couple of sweet Swedes we went to see Madrugada again.
Whiteparty NYE 2001
Vorspiel at PJ's
Whiteparty at Erik & Lisa's on NYE 2001
Århus Weekend April'02
Cat visits Dorte & co.
17th of May Weekend
A long weekend with lots of exciting events and guests
Roskilde Festival 2002
Halloween Party 2002
Halloween Party #1
Halloween Party #2

SoWhat! 2002

Norwegian Wood 2002

Four days of music in one of Oslo's beautiful parks.

Arvika Festival 2002
OSF Camp
Oslo Synthfestival 2002
9. November at Betong
Tori Amos - Hamburg'03
A Sorta Fairytale
Norwegian Wood 2003
Saturday 14. June
Sunday 15. June
Roskilde Festival 2003

SoWhat! Camp

Arvika Festival 2003
Roskilde Festival 2004

Miscellaneous #1
Miscellaneous #2
Concerts Thurs/Fri
Concerts Sat/Sun

Roserock 2004


Roskilde Festival 2001 - Concerts
Lisa rides on Erik's shoulders, proudly waving Heksesanne's "Witch-flag" on their way to Deftones.
Benny managed somehow to get in the front at Orange at the Deftones concert. There he pressed the people back with a little help and took this brilliant picture of the crowd at Deftones.
Later, a little further away from the front. FistCamp People are rocking the Orange.
Throw your hands up in the air and wave them like you just don't care (about that T-shirt tan).
Erik is in his own world. This must be the Tool concert!
A very nice and relaxing concert on Orange was Madrugada. We were just sitting there in the sandbox, as usual, with our beers and with the sun on our faces.
It was even so smooth that Nalini spent most of the concert asleep, not knowing what she was missing!
One of my absolute favorite concerts at this years festival was of course PJ Harvey. I have seen her live with Nick Cave in 1996, but never on her own. We did see PJ Harvey live in Oslo earlier, but this concert was totally different from that one. So cool to see two so different sides of an artist!

One of the bands that played at the festival's scenes also played on the festival area itself. The Rebirth Brass Band blew their way through the Oval with a tail of dancing people behind them. Some sight!!!

Another snapshot from Orange stage. People are very relaxed and mellow. Everyone is just waiting for another concert to start.
Karate was one of the bands playing at the Blue stage. We have previously seen the band in Oslo and had a little chat with them. They were nervous back then to play for so many people, but the concert went just fine and I caught 4 songs before I needed to go relax at the ChillOutLounge.
It's Sunday, and the weather has turned a bit colder as we are strolling around from concert to concert, just waiting for the Cure to play. Here we are gathered at Patti Smith for a little while.
Patti Smith was the one that really made my heart stop at this years festival. When she started playing Pearl Jam's "Alive" I felt so happy and unhappy at the same time, all I could do was just stand there and cry.
Then finally, the sky has darkened and The Cure enters the Orange Stage as they should have done one year ago....
It was getting a bit cold, so I went to the backstage and bought us some Bloody Mary's to help us keep the warmth. Yum!!!
Orange Stage soon bathed in blue and the mostpart of the concert were also in those blue moods. Sorrowful, quiet and longing.
Later on in the concert, a very shy Robert Smith gave us some of the old classics that we love most.
And after some time he even dared to smile a little.
There were lots of songs that we waited for but who never came.Still, I must say I liked the concert very much. It's the first time I see The Cure live in my entire life so....
But at least they played "In between Days" and Robert Smith smiled to me from that big screen.
And I will stop torturing you with my silly bigscreen-photos now. Last one!!!