The City of Reykjavík will organize 100 smaller and larger events this year in celebration of the centennial anniversary of women’s right to vote in Iceland. The events will look back on the achievements of the women’s rights movement while promoting further gender equality.
The organizers of ATP Iceland announced last week that the legendary Iggy Pop will perform during the 2015 music festival, which will be held at Ásbrú in Keflavík, July 2-4. The concert will mark Iggy’s first solo show in decades.
Godspeed You! Black Emperor and Run The Jewels are among the bands set to perform at All Tomorrow’s Parties (ATP) in Iceland in 2015, as announced this week. Already in July, it was made known that Belle & Sebastian would headline next year’s festival.
Around 5,000 foreign music fans have made the trip to Reykjavík for this year’s Iceland Airwaves music festival, which runs through Sunday. A total of 9,000 tickets were sold to this year’s festival.