This year’s festival will host 240 bands, the most musical acts to have ever taken part in Airwaves.
Iceland Airwaves will be significantly reducing its off-venue locations. Simultaneously, the fee for these locations to host official, off-venue Airwaves concerts is significantly increasing.
The Ministry of Industries and Innovation has partnered up with The Association of Icelandic Visual Artists to arrange a competition for a new artwork to grace the Fishing Industry building‘s wall in Reykjavík.
Iceland Airwaves, the largest music festival in Iceland, ended its 19th run yesterday. Smaller venues and Icelandic artists were the themes of this year's edition.
Keychange, an exciting new project led by by PRS Foundation (UK), partnered with Iceland Airwaves to host a panel discussion on women in music.
The Icelandic Met Office asked residents in Iceland to prepare for a storm today, which has currently begun to reach Icelandic shores.
The pressure of the music industry can lead to severe mental health issues for artists. This was revealed in a talk held by William Doyle as part of Iceland Airwaves 2017
The 18th Iceland Airwaves music festival begins today, although a large number of off-venue concerts have already taken place in various locations.
The 18th Iceland Airwaves music festival opens today in both Reykjavík and Akureyri, taking place until November 5th.
A peculiar erasure of an iconic artwork decorating the Fishing Industry Building in the Reykjavík city center has Icelanders dumbfounded.
Next year, the Iceland Airwaves Music Festival will be held in Akureyri, North Iceland, in addition to Reykjavík.
Organizers of the 2016 Iceland Airwaves music festival, to be held November 2-6, have just announced that Icelandic musician Björk will perform an exclusive show at Harpa concert hall on Saturday, November 5.
Organizers of the 2016 Iceland Airwaves festival have unveiled new line-up additions from Reykjavík’s vibrant hip hop and rap scene alongside international newcomers Seratones, Lowly, Connor Youngblood as well as the influential hip-hop group Digible Planets.
Around 40 new acts were this week announced for the Iceland Airwaves music festival, to be held in central Reykjavík from November 2 to 6.
It’s hard to believe but it’s just over a week since Iceland Airwaves 2015 music festival came to an end. Here we bring you some images of some of the stand-out acts this year.
Musician Björk and writer Andri Snær Magnason today held a press conference at Gamla bíó cinema to protest a recent decision by the Icelandic and UK governments to establish a task force to look into the feasibility of connecting Iceland’s energy grid with that of Britain via a ...