Internationally renowned Icelandic post rock band Sigur Rós will perform at this year’s Iceland Airwaves music festival, which will be held between October 31 and November 4 in Reykjavík, for the first time in 11 years, as announced today.
“In their first hometown show for four years, the band will close the festival with a performance at the new Laugardalshöll Arena on Sunday November 4,” a press release from the Iceland Airwaves management states.
“Coming on the back of a globetrotting festival run, and set to feature an expanded 11-piece line-up, the show will see the band pulling material from their entire catalogue, including the forthcoming sixth studio album, Valtari.”
Tickets for the Sigur Rós special performance at Iceland Airwaves go on sale Wednesday May 16 at 12 noon GMT via midi.is.
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