If you visit Oslo and happen to have some skates, a board or a bike with you, you might want to go and do some tricks at this skating park located right next to the Dyvekes bro bus station. It is one of the biggest in Oslo.
I personally don’t skate or anything, but I find it fascinating to look at the tricks that people manage to do there, at the graffiti artists that fill the walls all over the place or at the dancers under the bridge who take advantage of the tunes played by a DJ. It’s especially interesting to see how the graffitis change all the time and how they end up in a cool design from a bunch of initial stripes.
The stage under the bridge is known as GSF (Gamlebyen Sport og Fritidand). GSF occasionally hosts concerts in the evenings, mainly with underground music styles. I found this website with a few concerts scheduled, but I usually find out about them from the posters placed in the city. A really nice initiative from the municipality and certainly a special kind of entertainment for a lazy sunny day.