Magne and Morten were in Kristiansand yesterday to promote a-ha’s last ever stadium/outdoor concert.
There was also a TV report on NRK Sørlandet, which can be seen here (starts after 7.45 minutes).
Magne: “We’re now ending the most grandiose stadium tour in Norwegian history in Kristiansand on Saturday, so that will be a special concert for us and it will be very special for those who are coming to see it as well.
We have lots of friends and family down here, so it will be really cool to put on a real show at Sør Arena. We have brought along the world’s most amazing stage production and I think people’s jaws will drop. There’s never been anything like it in Norway and I don’t think any other band besides us could have done the same. And I don’t think anyone would have been crazy enough to pay for such a big production for so few shows. You need to tour for a year in order to pay for a production like this. It’s our gift to the audience.”
13.500 tickets have been sold for the Kristiansand concert so far. The rigging of the stage is being streamed live here.
And here’s a new interview with director Steve Barron about the “Butterfly” video: