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Secret Solstice Festival


26.-28. June 2020

Secret Solstice Festival was held for the first time in June 2014, and received unanimous praise from both Icelandic and foreign guests. 8,000 people attended the festival in its first year, including 2,000 foreign guests. It received rave reviews both from domestic and foreign media; including being named one of the top festivals on Earth by Time Magazine, as well as being covered by Rolling Stone, Guardian, Metro, Reuters, BBC, VICE, and many more.

The Secret Solstice Festival takes place over the summer solstice during the brightest part of the year, and is establishing itself as a major event in Icelandic music. 100-150 acts perform at the festival each year from a variety of genres, both domestic and foreign, established and up-and-coming. 

More information can be seen at www.secretsolstice.is, as well as the festival's major social media.

See you in Iceland this summer!

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