British music festival All Tomorrow’s Parties (ATP) will be held in Iceland June 28-29. During the event, which will take place in the old military base Ásbrú by Keflavík, a number of foreign and Icelandic bands will perform. The lineup will be announced April 16.From a concert in Reykjavík in 2012. Photo: Zoë Robert/Iceland Review.
ATP was first held in the U.K. in 2000 and has since traveled the world. Icelandic musicians, including Sigur Rós, Mugison and Botnleðja (Silt), have performed at the festival in the past and it has been attended by hordes of Icelandic music lovers.
Founder of ATP Barry Hogan stated in a press release that he is very excited about the festival coming to Iceland due to its Icelandic connection. “The bands that will perform there will guarantee that it will be an unforgettable event.”
Tickets are available on atpfestival.com and a limited number of tickets can be bought at a special discount price until April 16.