Iceland Airwaves announce livestream festival ‘Live From Reykjavík’

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John Grant leads the line-up for this year’s bash

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Organizers of Iceland Airwaves Announce a Livestream Festival to Replace This Year’s Major Event

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The one-day global event ‘Live from Reykjavik’, will be held on 6 November after Iceland airwaves were moved to November 2022 due to the coronavirus pandemic.

This is the second year the livestream has been organized after last year’s airwaves event was also postponed.


Acts on the bill include John Grant, sgeir, Laufey, GDRN, Daughters of Reykjavik, BS.

These artists and many others will perform in Iceland Airwaves-affiliated venues such as Iðnó, Gamla Bío, Gaukurinn and Frikirkjan.

The stream will open live on Saturday, November 6th at 8 p.m. GMT (9 p.m. BST) and will be open for 24 hours from that time.

Tickets go on sale the following Wednesday (20 October), with pre-sales to the Iceland Airwaves mailing list available on Tuesday (19 October).

More information and tickets will be available from Here.


Last year’s event featured performances from the likes of Off Monsters and Men, Olafur Arnolds, sgeir, Hatari, Genius Mevant and ‘Think About Things’ hitmaker Dai Freyr.

Reviewing last year’s incident, GranthshalaK Thomas Smith described it as “an exciting reminder of the fun of the festival” and it “highlighted a community spirit from which others can learn”.

He continued: “This series of musicals is a reminder of what has been taken from us this year – the kind of communal moments that bring solace and joy to a music-loving nation. But Live From Reykjavik has a live stream The festival done has set the bar to achieve; highlighting both emerging and established names, providing irresistible sessions and empowering the community’s potential.

Meanwhile, the Iceland airwaves will now move on November 2-5, 2022.

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