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28th Annual Reykjavik Arts Festival

Attracting 500 artists from around the world to Reykjavik from May 22-June 5, the Reykjavik Arts Festival is an annual multidisciplinary festival with a special focus on new commissions and the creative intersection of the arts. This year’s festival, entitled Nicht Fertig, or Not Finished, will feature a combination of large-scale collaborations between artists of all fields as well as smaller events and exhibitions by solo artists in venues across the city. Click here to learn more about this year's event!  

Win a Trip to Iceland!

U.S. residents can enter Reyka Vodka’s sweepstakes for the chance to win a trip to the land of arctic glaciers, towering waterfalls and lava rock-filtered vodka! One grand prize winner and their guest will receive a four day, three night stay in Reykjavik including round-trip airfare and hotel accommodations. Click here for your chance to win!

Secret Solstice Music Festival June 20-22

Party in the midnight sun at the first-ever Secret Solstice Music Festival! Located just 15 minutes from downtown Reykjavik at Hot Spring Valley, the grounds feature a huge swimming pool, hot tubs and saunas, camping grounds, a botanical garden and even a theme park and petting zoo. The festival will feature more than 150 musical acts both from Iceland and abroad including headliners Massive Attack and Disclosure. Click here to learn more about Secret Solstice and to order tickets!

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Experience Iceland in North America

Did you catch Icelandic band Sigur Ros on Game of Thrones last month? If it left you thirsty for a taste of Iceland, then you should stop by Whole Foods and pick up some Icelandic Glacial Water! We’re excited to announce that Icelandair will begin service from Vancouver this month! To celebrate, Icelandair held a social media scavenger hunt to give away free round trip-tickets to Iceland. Icelandair will bring the scavenger hunt to D.C. next! D.C. will also host Icelandic composer Anna Thorvalsdottir for a concert at the Atlas Performing Arts Center. In New York City at the Scandinavia House, esteemed Icelandic author Guðmundur Andri Thorsson hosts a free lecture titled Paper Vikings: The Past and Present of Icelandic Literature on May 20.

News About Iceland

The Wall Street Journal published an article on a truly beautiful Icelandic summer home that took one family nearly 10 years to complete. Mashable included Iceland’s Vatnajökull in its list of the best Game of Thrones-inspired vacation spots. However, Game of Thrones isn’t the only major production being filmed in Iceland, as the L.A. Times pointed out. Aside from a generous production rebate, beautiful sites like the Seljalandsfoss waterfall draw Hollywood film crews to Iceland. 

Happening in Iceland

While most North American and European ski locations are closing up for spring, Iceland’s northerly latitude means ski season is still in full swing! If you’d rather take to the water than the slopes, try surfing in northern Iceland's freezing waters like this group of pros. Meanwhile, in southern Iceland, two photographers got engaged in the hauntingly beautiful ice caves of Vatnajokull and Reykjavik will host the Eistnaflug Music Festival, one of music world’s best-kept secrets, this summer. 
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