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DeLillos at Wrightegaarden

  • Wrightegaarden Tordenskjoldsgate 2, 3970 Langesund, Norway (map)
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The band also got the Gammleng Prize in the pop class in 1994. The band has also been nominated for the Spellemann Prize in the rock class four times: in 1987 it was fun with snow, in 1989 for the Brain is alone, in 1997 for Stakkar and 2000 for Throw all the papers as well as in the class pop group in 2010 for the Brain is alone in the Opera. In addition, they have been nominated for this year's Game Maker in 1994, this year's song for "Taste of Honey" in 1995 and the time's Norwegian hit for "Next Summer" in 2001.   Lars Lillo-Stenberg participated in Every time we meet in 2014. The same autumn, deLillos published the album Straight and simply the life of brilliant reviews. The album was ranked 1st on the iTunes and VG album list after its release.   In 2015, deLillos celebrated 30 anniversary as a record artist this year with concerts across the country and concluded with a 10-day concert in Oslo where they performed just as well all their 240 released songs live.   Since the summer of 2016, the band has released three albums. "Bearing the sailing" and "Let's get rid of all nostalgia" and "Hover over the city with the Broadcasting Orchestra" all of which have been received with brilliant reviews.


DeLillos was formed in Oslo in 1984. The group is considered one of the most significant in Norwegian music life from the 1980s until today. Together with Raga Rockers, DumDum Boys and Jokke & Valentinerne, deLillos is referred to as one of the four major Norwegian rock groups.   DeLillos has for 30 years been one of the country's most important pop and rock bands, and they have regularly delivered quality both textually, musically and creatively. They have been uncompromising in their expression and believe their universe, while they have challenged the creative both in terms of format and content.   The band has won the Spellemann Prize twice: for the next summer they received the Spellemann Prize in 1993 in the class rock and for Late and Early, they received the Spellemann Prize 1995 in the class group.

Earlier Event: 22 March
Oslo Internasjonale Kirkemusikkfestival
Later Event: 11 April
Albert Åberg gir seg aldri