Kieran Webber
Kieran Webber

Founder of CLUNK Magazine. Normally found hunched over his desk searching for new music.

The Iceland Airwaves lineup has received the final additions and is shaping up to be an epic weekend

The award winning festival hosted out of the iconic Icelandic capital of Reykjavik returns to us in 2023 with a stacked line-up. Taking place during 2nd-4th November you can expect music from Iceland and further afield, including Bombay Bicycle Club, The Goa Express, and more.

You can also expect performances from Icelandic sensation Daði Freyr, industrial techno punk-rock and stage performance legends Hatari, homegrown rapper extraordinaire GKR, heartfelt singer-songwriter meets captivating indie-folk Spotify superstar Axel Flóvent, mesmerizing singer-songwriter JFDR, and folk-pop local chart topper Elín Hall, among others.

Exciting new international acts include Anjimile with soulful and introspective melodies, Caleb Kunle with R&B-infused grooves, acclaimed composer and pianist Dustin O’Halloran, the multi-talented Mick Strauss, innovative outfit slowshift and many more. 

Iceland Airwaves’ Festival Director Isleifur Thorhallsson said: “After last year’s success we’re so excited to present such a fantastic line up for 2023, bringing together the best in Icelandic talent with a melting pot of emerging acts from all around the world. Having the opportunity to also bring some of our all time favourites to Reykjavik this November, really is the icing on the cake!”

Tickets and travel packages for Iceland Airwaves 2023 are available for purchase on the festival’s official website. 2022 saw the festival sell-out and it’s very likely 2023 will follow suite, so be smart and grab your tickets TODAY.