The xx Night + Day Iceland 2017

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Jul 14 - Jul 16 2017

Skogafoss, Iceland (Skogafoss Waterfall)

The xx are set to bring the latest in their highly acclaimed Night + Day series to Iceland this July. Night + Day has travelled from Lisbon to Berlin, and most recently to Brixton, where it ran for eight days in March and saw the band perform a record-breaking sold out seven night run at the 5,000 capacity O2 Academy Brixton.

This time they are taking it to Skogafoss, a waterfall two hours east of Reykjavik, a breathtakingly beautiful location where guests can stay for three days. Limited to 6,000 tickets, the festival marks the first time the Skogafoss site has been used for such an event.

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Festival schedule is not released yet.

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