Up to 500 people will be assisting with Justin Timberlake’s sold-out concert in Kórinn in Kópavogur, a town just outside of Reykjavík, later this month, mbl.is reports.
Around 100 people—artists, technicians, assistants and others—and three to four containers of equipment will accompany the star to the country. In addition, 100 technicians from Iceland will take part in the concert and when security, traffic controllers and others are included, the total number of people working on the concert is 500.
Ísleifur B. Þórhallsson, a representative of the concert organizer Sena in Iceland, said the concert would be the most extensive to have taken place in Iceland.
The concert, which is part of Timberlake’s world tour in support of his bestselling album The 20/20 Experience, will mark his first ever performance in Iceland.
As reported, the show will be broadcast live around the world via a new website, Live Nation Channel on Yahoo Screen.