Rock City Namsos
Rock City Namsos, visitors centre for Trønder rock
Rock City in Namsos is both a national centre of excellence for pop and rock music, and an adventure centre for Trønder rock – with its history and its stars.
On a visit to the Rock City adventure centre in Namsos, you will become familiar with the beginnings of the history of Namsos as a city of rock music, including amongst other things, Hans Rotmo’s bedsit and the room where Åge Aleksandersen did his writing, “Verdensrommet” (Outer Space).
During your visit to the adventure centre you will become familiar with several chapters from the Trønder rock history book, and have the opportunity of both playing and learning.
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“Verdensrommet” (Outer Space) – Åge Aleksandersen’s workroom
Some of Norway’s best rock songs have been written in Åge Aleksandersen’s workroom, “Verdensrommet”.
“Verdensrommet” is a converted garage once located at Åge Aleksandersen’s former home at Flatåsen in Trondheim. When Åge sold the house, “Verdensrommet” was bought by two investors in order to ensure that ownership could be transferred to Rock City. Åge’s workroom and all its contents now belong to Rock City, and are of crucial importance when telling the story of rock music from Trøndelag.
When visiting “Verdensrommet”, you can try your hand at songwriting and also have the opportunity of putting your work to the test in the studio and perhaps even on the stage?
Rica Rock City – Norway’s first rock hotel
Rica Rock City Hotel has been designed with an interior that reflects the soul of rock music. This applies to the rooms, meeting rooms, restaurant and common areas alike. Rica Rock City Hotel is the only rock hotel in the country where the basic idea is based on the history of Trønder rock. The hotel is close to the sea front in Namsos town centre in the immediate vicinity of Rock City Namsos.
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