These users have the chance to get a fragment of Marley's 1980 show in Gröna Lund. A fragment of the show was broadcasted in the Swedish Radio in 2004, and a copy of this program is available in Swedish National Library. The details of the program are
SR Radio Station, P1
14:03-14:50, Kulturradion: Reporter
Innehåller ill ur Radioarkivet: röster från Bob Marley-konsert på Gröna Lund i Stockholm ur Ekot 1980.
The info was obtained in the following link
If you are living in Stockholm or surroundings, you can check SMDB's audiovisual collection in the Audiovisual hall of the National Library, located in Humlegården. However, they send interlibrary loan at close to forty libraries in Sweden, Norway and Denmark. You can check if your local library is included in that package in the following link
You need to create an account in SMDB whether you are consulting the audiovisual collection in situ or if you request material via interlibrary loan. If you request material via interlibrary loan, you need to have a library card for your local library. To create an account in SMDB, it's needed to fill out the following form
But before you start filling this form, it's very important to read the info provided in the following link (requirements to create the account there).
"You can watch and listen to collections if you: (1) study or research at university, (2) is an author or journalist, (3) doing research for the arts. Family and local history researchers who can document their research, and high school students who do their project work can apply for an user account in SMDB".
"Library's research service for audiovisual examining those applications.
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When your application is approved, you can order in SMDB.
TO ORDER FREE OF CHARGE.
If you want to hear your orders as interlibrary loans, they are laid on DVD and sent to the library you have selected. The loan period is three months. If you need we'll extend the loan."
The point related to the requirements that one must satisfy for they to approve the application can be thought as an obstacle to get the program when none of them matches your situation; but don't let it intimidate you! I can mail them to ask for more information, if needed, but first I would need a volunteer to work it out. Any kind of help is appreciated.
All the best