Norwegian successful duo Marcus and Martinus visits the “Sing-along at Skansen” on Tuesday evening.
Now preparing Skansen staff for possible chaos.
– I think it is good advice to families with their children and adolescents, says Tobias Runnfeldt, events manager.
the Norwegian duo Marcus and Martinus has made great success recently with the hit “Electrical”. When the duo played at Liseberg in Gothenburg forced amusement park close the entrance – the same thing happened later, when they had a concert at Grona Lund.
During the concert at Grona Lund also got several fans lifted over the security fence.
When the brothers should lodge SVT’s “Summer Camps” stopped them channel – after they had not been able to guarantee the duo’s security.
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Skansen preparing for Marcus and Martinus
on Tuesday evening participates Marcus and Martinus in the “Sing-along at Skansen ‘on SVT. And Skansen staff has been preparing for a large audience.
– There is an audience with pretty young people and we must take into account when we determine the safety, so that it is safe and secure for all children and young people, says Tobias Runnfeldt, events director of Skansen.
He invites fans in the audience to drink a lot of water during the day to cope sing.
– It can be everything from that drink properly, ensure that it is possible to always talk to the security staff if there is anything. Safety is ordered on the basis that we will get a big crowd today. We stand ready in every way, he says.
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“Good advice to families with their children”
in addition, see Tobias Runnfeldt any fans to the 14-year-old brothers bring their parents.
– I think it is good advice to families with their children and adolescents. I think it’s good that they send a packed lunch and water, it is a little older children will themselves. But whether it is good if you drink and eat properly if you’re going to be long at Skansen, he said.
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