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Hello Aurora

Along with its beautiful nature, Iceland is one of the most popular destination for northern lights. From September to the end of April, during the winter time, you will be able to see them here, thanks to its location in the North Pole. If seeing the northern lights is on your bucket list and you want to see them, then hello aurora is what you need!
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Curious

Curious is in the heart of Reykjavík. Dance club upstairs and bar downstairs, what could possibly go wrong? Located at Hafnarstræti 4, 101 Reykjavík. Stay Curious, drop by!
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Reykjavík Fringe Festival

04.-12 July 2020 - A celebration of all art forms, new and old artists on the fringe. Local and international artists perform all over the city at the height of summer presenting a variety of theatre, dance, circus, comedy, poetry, drag, burlesque, children's shows, magic, new media and more. 
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Secret Solstice Festival

26.-28. June 2020 - 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.   
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National Day of Iceland

17. June - The Icelandic National Day celebrations in Reykjavík take place annually in the city centre on June 17th from 10:00 in the morning until 19:00. 
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Reykjavík Arts Festival

6.-21. June 2020  - The Reykjavik Arts Festival is a biennial  multidisciplinary festival with a special focus on new commissions and the creative intersection of the arts.
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Festival of the sea

Festival of the Sea

Festival of the Sea is an extension of Fishermen’s Day which is held on the first Sunday in June.The festival celebrations take place on both Saturday and Sunday, with the events on Saturday being referred to as Harbour Day. The festival reflects traditional Icelandic culture and the nation’s long-standing dependency on fishing.
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Raflost Festival of Electronic Arts

21.-24. May 2020 - RAFLOST electronic art festival is an annual boost to the grass root of Icelandic electronic arts.
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Reykjavík Children's Culture Festival

21.-26. April 2020 - Children's culture, culture for children and culture with children, these are the three main aspects of the Reykjavík Children’s Culture Festival: a week-long arts and culture festival dedicated to children and youth.
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Reykjavík International Literary Festival

21.-24. Apr 2021 - This biannual festival has been held since 1985 and is one of the most important literary festivals in Europe. Meet authors, attend readings and seminars or dance with your favourite author at the Literary Ball!
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Reykjavík Blues Festival

4. - 9. April 2020 - Watch blues artists from Europe, Iceland and North America perform together in some of the most unique jam sessions in the Northern Hemisphere.
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Eve Fanfest

02.-05. April 2020 - Eve Fanfest is an exciting annual weekend event inviting countless fans from across the world to celebrate and share their passion for EVE - the largest science fiction multiplayer online game in the world.