It started with a university class throwing a graduation garden party. “It was only about 20 or 30 people having a party and playing music; someone brought a guitar, someone had drums,” says Rune Suhr Berg, one of the passionate volunteers behind Aronnesrocken. “That was in 1996, but it was the following year that it was actually planned for the first time and got its proper name. It’s continued to grow from there ever since.” Now supported by the local council and the Arts Council among others, Aronnesrocken is all about that inclusive garden party vibe.
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