GREEN CARNATION Schedule Hometown Gig That Fans Will 'Never Forget'
Norway's prog masters GREEN CARNATION are planning a special event near their hometown this August.
The band's singer Kjetil Nordhus commented on what he promises will be the band's "biggest concert in terms of location and exclusivity."
"People will have to wait for a couple of weeks still to get the whole story, but we are creating a concert so spectacular that it will be of international interest," he said. "The reason why I'm commenting this today is because people might need time to plan their summer, at least if Norway is going to be included in their plans. This is also a service from the band to our foreign fans, so they could have the chance to purchase tickets for the gig before it's sold out."
He added, "There will be a national press conference in Norway on the location of the concert on June 13th, 2006, but GREEN CARNATION would like to give away some information already today: The gig is on Thursday, August 3rd, 2006 near Kristiansand, Norway where we all live. It's going to be something that we'll only do once and I can promise this will be something people that are there will never forget."
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