While K.B. Hallen were being rebuilt, a camera took pictures of the process. Here you can see a year's progression compressed to a video of a minute and a half in length.
Thursday January 24th, K.B. Hallen reopens. A festival presenting 12 Danish acts is held, and the musicians play on two different stages in a special setup.
The cultural center of Frederiksberg is now officially back in business.
Mayor of Frederiksberg Jørgen Glenthøj og Kjøbenhavns Boldklubs chariman Niels-Christian Holmstrøm hold speeches before Frederik, Crown Prince of Denmark opens a new era by playing a tennisball.
Martin Brygmann entertains with his backingband, and with guests Bjørn Fjæstad og Jimmy Jørgensen he covers some of the musical guests that played in the old K.B. Hallen.
Everyone from Louis Armstrong and Duke Ellington to The Beatles, Led Zeppelin, Beastie Boys and Rammstein are represented.
The construction workers are now working very hard to meet the deadline. The outside work on the facade is almost done, and inside the work is speeding up as well. Seats are installed on the tribunes that will be used for seated events, while the lounges and the hall are now nearing completion.
Roofs and exterior walls are now closed, while the scaffolding is starting to come down on the inside.
The hall is now fully covered, and the glass and wall facades are being established. Inside, work has started the sound-absorbing ceiling.
K.B has a roof over its head. The hall, and the exterior building are progressing quickly.
The frame that contributes to creating K.B. Hallens iconic arch is ready, and you begin to get an idea of how the hall will end up looking
The frame of the new K.B Hallen is now in place.
Picture taken the 13th June 2017
Picture taken the 26th of June 2016
Early Wednesday morning, 28th of September 2011, a violent fire occurred. Halogen lighting set fire in some cardboard boxes and caused the fire. There were 6 people staying in the hall in connection with an Erotic event, which was to be held the following day. Luckily no one was injured by the fire, but the hall was beyond rescue. It was only 4 months earlier, the Cultural Agency had made K.B Hallen a heritage building. However, it was discontinued in 2013.
Since the hall was ruined beyond repair, it was decided to demolish the building.
The demolition commenced on February 20, 2015. Read more and watch a video of the demolition from DR's website here..