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    August 17 2017

    Announcing Taste of Iceland in NYC, Seattle and Toronto 2017!

    Experience Icelandic food, music, film and more at these action-packed cultural events!

    Taste of Iceland in New York City | Sept. 27 - Oct. 1

    Taste of Iceland heads to the Big Apple Sept. 27-Oct. 1! Stop by Norman for an Icelandic menu prepared by Icelandic chef Viktor Örn Andrésson and his American counterpart, Andrew Whitcomb. Taste of Iceland’s acclaimed (free!) concert, Reykjavik Calling, rolls into Knitting Factory Brooklyn for a night of musical fun with Icelandic bands Fufanu and Mammút. Learn all about Iceland’s thriving art scene at Okay Space with the director of the Icelandic Art Center, Björg Stefánsdóttir. Take in a film screening of Icelandic shorts, Shortfish, at Nitehawk Cinema. Don’t miss a discussion with Iceland’s first lady, Eliza Reid, at Spoonbill & Sugartown Booksellers where she’ll explain how Iceland’s prolific storytelling culture survives through the years.  Ingibjörg Gréta Gísladóttir from Reykjavik Runway will share all you need to know about the new wave of Icelandic design during an event at Artists and Fleas!

    Click here to see festival details!

    Taste of Iceland in Seattle | Oct. 12 - 15

    The 2017 festival  marks ten years of Taste of Iceland in Seattle! Join Iceland Naturally in celebrating a decade of Taste of Iceland in Seattle with exciting events happening all around the city. The Carlile Room will host a complete menu takeover when renowned Icelandic chef Viktor Örn Andrésson lands in Seattle, accompanied by Carlile Room’s chef, Dezi Bownow. Mixologist Nick Jarvis will shake up some delicious cocktails featuring Iceland’s favorite spirits, Reyka Vodka and Brennivin. KEXP will host Reykjavik Calling, a free concert featuring Icelandic bands Mammút and Fufanu alongside a local Seattle act. Catch a set of Icelandic shorts at SIFF for Taste of Iceland’s Shortfish film screening. For all things Iceland, head to Iceland Day at KEXP, featuring modern mystic rune portraits, yarn storming and more! The Director of the Icelandic Art Center, Björg Stefánsdóttir, will teach attendees about Iceland’s amazing arts scene at Bellevue Art Museum.

    Keep checking back for updated information and details on the various promotions to celebrate Taste of Iceland’s 10th anniversary in Reykjavik’s sister city!

    Taste of Iceland in Toronto | Nov. 9-12

    Taste of Iceland heads to the Great White North and hits Toronto Nov. 9-12. Stay tuned for more developments!

    Will you be attending any of our fall Taste of Iceland events? Let us know in the comments below! Follow us on Twitter @IcelandNatural to stay informed on all the details and developments for Taste of Iceland.

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