Iceland Airwaves 2014

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Nov 05 - Nov 09 2014

Reykjavík, Iceland

18.500 kr.

Iceland Airwaves is an annual music festival held in Reykjavík, Iceland in early November. The festival spans five days (Wednesday – Sunday) and its main focus is showcasing new music, both Icelandic and international.

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Festival schedule is not released yet.

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