October 02 2014
Taste of Iceland Returns to Seattle and Toronto This Fall!
Experience Icelandic food, music, film and more at these action-packed cultural events!
Taste of Iceland in Seattle
Taste of Iceland returns to Seattle October 8-11 to celebrate various aspects of Icelandic culture. Seattleites will have the chance to experience authentic Icelandic cuisine at Dahlia Lounge, enjoy the annual Icelandic-American Reykjavik Calling concert, attend a gender equality panel and more during this four-day festival. Click here to learn more about Taste of Iceland in Seattle, and here to RSVP on Facebook.
Taste of Iceland in Toronto
For the fifth year in a row, Taste of Iceland is returning to Toronto! Attendees will have the chance to experience authentic Icelandic cuisine at Luma, enjoy the free Reykjavik Calling concert at the Horseshoe Tavern and attend an Icelandic film screening at The Royal Cinema. Click here to learn more about Taste of Iceland in Toronto and RSVP on Facebook here.
About Taste of Iceland
Taste of Iceland is presented by Iceland Naturally in cooperation with Icelandair, Reyka Vodka, Blue Lagoon, Visit Reykjavik, Icelandic Glacial Water, Promote Iceland, Brennvín, Icelandic Brand Seafood, Ölgerðin Egill Skallagrímsson, Iceland Airwaves, Dahlia Lounge, KEXP, Kopar Restaurant, Seattle City of Literature, Elliott Bay Book Company, Center for Women and Democracy, Women's Business Exchange, Seattle Weekly, The Stranger, Seattle Met, Hugo House, Neumos, Luma,The Horseshoe Tavern, Indie88 and Now Magazine.
About Iceland Naturally
Iceland Naturally is a cooperative marketing organization that promotes the tourism, services, products and culture of Iceland. Through events, promotions, and online marketing initiatives, Iceland Naturally introduces Iceland’s creativity and natural wonders to North Americans. The group is comprised of Icelandair, Icelandic Group, Islandsbanki, Reyka Vodka, City of Reykjavik, Icelandic Glacial Water, Blue Lagoon, Keflavik International Airport (KEF), Landsvirkjun, Ölgerðin Egill Skallagrímsson, Promote Iceland and the Government of Iceland.