The Iceland Airwaves music festival lost ISK 57 million in 2016.
The 18th Iceland Airwaves music festival opens today in both Reykjavík and Akureyri, taking place until November 5th.
It’s hard to believe but it’s just over a week since Iceland Airwaves 2015 music festival came to an end. Here we bring you some images of some of the stand-out acts this year.
To make room for the crowd attending Iceland Airwaves in Reykjavík, November 4-8, some streets downtown will be converted into pedestrian streets.
It now appears that the reason for the cancelation of Björk’s concerts scheduled for the rest of the year, including two shows at Iceland Airwaves festival, is that the renowned singer overexerted herself in the making of her latest CD, Vulnicura.
Björk has canceled both concerts scheduled for Iceland Airwaves music festival in Harpa Concert Hall November 4-8.
The latest round of artists for this year’s Iceland Airwaves were announced yesterday: Mercury Rev, SOAK, Lucy Rose, JME and Aurora, taking the lineup total to 46 acts including 31 Icelandic artists.