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10-19. Apr 2015
The aim of the festival is to celebrate and exhibit cutting-edge visual art with a special emphasis on art in public/urban spaces.
13. May 2015-7. Jun 2015
Iceland’s premier cultural festival, bringing together the best in local and international theatre, dance, music and visual art.
23-24. May 2015
Music, Art & Workshops. This isn’t your traditional festival: Saga Fest empowers every participant to be a part of creating the festival experience.
24-26. May 2015
Reykjavík Music Mess is an independent music festival in downtown Reykjavík, with shows on Faktory Bar and Kex Hostel.
1-6. Jun 2015
The Games of the Small States of Europe take place in Reykjavik on June 1-6.
6. Jun 2015
The popular Color Run has found its way to Iceland and the very first run is set to take place on June 6.
19-21. Jun 2015
Secret Solstice is an Icelandic music festival that‘s being held for the second time on the 19th-21nd of June 2015.
19. Jun 2015
The Laugavegur Ultra Marathon takes runners through areas of outstanding natural beauty at the same time as being a challenging course.
23-28. Jun 2015
The annual music festival and summer courses Við Djúpið is held in Ísafjörður in the West Fjords of Iceland from June 23-28, offering series of concerts and master classes.
25-27. Jun 2015
A true golfing adventure under the midnight sun.
1-5. Jul 2015
The Folk Music Festival of Siglufjordur, is an annual music festival in North Iceland.
2-4. Jul 2015
ATP is very excited to announce the third All Tomorrow's Parties festival in Iceland on July 2nd, 3rd & 4th 2015 at Ásbrú (the former NATO base in Keflavík).
8-11. Jul 2015
A three-day rock music festival that takes place in Neskaupsstaður in Eastern Iceland.
3-9. Aug 2015
The World Championships for Icelandic Horses will take place on August 3-9 in Herning, Denmark.
19-20. Aug 2015
Of Monsters and Men will be performing at Harpa Concert Hall on August 19 and 20.
3. Nov 2015
It is with great honor that Iceland Airwaves announces Björk in Eldborg Harpa, Tuesday November 3rd.

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