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Wherever you go in Iceland this weekend, you are likely to encounter a festival of some sort.
Innipúkinn is a intimate annual music festival, held in downtown Reykjavík over Iceland’s bank holiday weekend.
3-9. Aug 2015
The World Championships for Icelandic Horses will take place on August 3-9 in Herning, Denmark.
4-8. Aug 2015
Reykjavik Pride is an unquestionably important event for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people in Iceland.
The Great Fish day is an annual festival in Dalvíkurbyggð held the first or the second Saturday in August.
12-16. Aug 2015
The Reykjavik Jazz Festival is dedicated to presenting the best in Icelandic Music. The Jazz in Iceland is all about connecting with the international..
Kings of Leon, one of the most popular rock bands in the world, will play in the New Laugardalshöll on Thursday August 13th in the band‘s first ever v..
The annual fireworks show at Jokulsarlon in the Vatnajokull Region is a not-to-be-missed event that you will always remember.
19-20. Aug 2015
Of Monsters and Men will be performing at Harpa on August 19 and 20. SOLD OUT
Culture Night is now a permanent fixture in the annual calendar of events in Reykjavík and marks the start of the city’s cultural year.
The 2015 Islandsbanki Reykjavik Marathon will place on Saturday August 22. Participants can choose between six different distances.
25-30. Aug 2015
Performances, workshops, installations, lectures, meals, informal and formal discussions, parties, a festival bar, and a lot of dancing.
26-30. Aug 2015
LÓKAL is an international theatre festival based in Reykjavík, Iceland.
9-13. Sep 2015
The Reykjavík International Literary Festival has been held since 1985 and is one of the most important literary festivals in Europe.
RIFF takes place every year in late September for eleven days.
It is with great honor that Iceland Airwaves announces Björk in Eldborg Harpa, Tuesday November 3rd.
4-11. Nov 2015
Iceland Airwaves has become one of the premier annual showcases for new music in the world.
New Year’s Eve in the capital area is an extraordinary experience, especially given the fact that there are no official firework displays in the city.
16-25. Jan 2016
The Reykjavik International Games is an elite multisport event that takes place in January every year.