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Sound of Happiness festival 2011
Norway

Sound of Happiness festival 2011, more then 25 acts and artists this year in a splendid weather. Bands from western and northern Norway where guest artists as well. The foundation “Sound of Happiness Competence Centre” was established on August 28 1998, as an activity centre with primary focus on music education and concert activities for mentally disabled.

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