First sight that met us when we arrived at Giske. Buffalo's. Wow. I just had to capture it while driving by. Paparazzi you say?
Alexander Rybak scared the crap out of Charlotte and me when he jumped out on stage while the Margarets were playing. Please don't do that again.
We spent the whole concert with Alexander Rybak talking about how freakishly scary he is. And how cocky he is when he says that one of his singles will be Norway's next national anthem. Wow #2. He really can play the fiddle though.
Martin wasn't too happy when he discovered that his jacket twin suddenly stood right next to us.
As you can see the festival area was pretty packed. At one time they announced that there were about 13 000 people there - and that was still pretty early in the night. No wonder cars where cued up all the way in to Ålesund.
Suddenly Marit Larsen was on stage singing her icky cute lovesongs...
... and all we could do was to drink more to keep our mood from dropping to the floor.
Then Jan Eggum came and saved the day..
... and between singing to songs like 'En natt forbi' we got all thoughtful, ..
... stoked, ...
There's just one word to describe this young boy: Casanova.
It started raining pretty heavily later in the night, but the festival spirit was still as high as possible! Go Aafk? Finally one night they could achieve something positive.
Festival love. Hrmpf says the single photographer. Just kidding. Not really. Haha.
... but failed, so we just tried to look cute in the next.
The night was most definitely worth the headache I'm having right now. Soundtrack: Sånn kan det gå - Jan Eggum, Fernando Lopez, Lars Vaular.