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We’re going to be working with Iceland Airwaves for the first time this year – they’ve just added Stefflon Don and Aldous Harding

The festival takes place across two sites in Iceland in November, and Loud And Quiet is excited to announce we'll be there

A host of new names have been added to the bill for this year’s Iceland Airwaves festival.

Aldous Harding, Stefflon Don and Mahalia join a line-up that already includes Fleet Foxes (playing two shows), Benjamin Clementine, Kelly Lee Owens, JFDR, Shame and loads more.

We’re also delighted to announced that Loud And Quiet will be working with Iceland Airwaves for the first time in 2017. We’re lucky enough to already be partners with two festivals we really admire, and this makes number three.

This year the event has expanded to two sites for the first time. It’ll take place in Reykjavík and Akureyri between 1-5 November.

Along with the international editions, today the festival has also confirmed a number of new Icelandic acts who’ll performing, including Milkywhale and Pink Street Boys.

Confirmed so far for 2017 are…

Arab Strap
Ásgeir
Sturla Atlas
Auður
aYia
Be Charlotte
Soffía Björg
Billy Bragg
Childhood
Benjamin Clementine
Cyber
Fleet Foxes
Emmsje Gauti
GKR
Glowie
Gurr
Hatari
Hildur
Hórmónar
Hugar
Alexander Jarl
JFDR
KÁ-AKÁ
Lonely Parade
Mammút
Daniel OG
Kelly Lee Owens
Lido Pimienta
RuGl
Shame
Tófa
Emiliana Torrini & The Colorist
Xylouris White
Between Mountains
Gunnar Jónsson Collider
Stefflon Don
Halldór Eldjárn
Exos
Gróa
Aldous Harding
Jo Goes Hunting
Káryyn
Kontinuum
Korter í Flog
Ama Lou
Mahalia
Kælan Mikla
Ljósvaki
Milkywhale
Omotrack
Phlegm
Pink Street Boys
ГШ/Glintshake
Sycamore Tree
Guðrún Ýr

Last year’s Icelandic Airwaves featured appearances from the likes of Björk, PJ Harvey, Warpaint, Mùm with Kronos Quartet, Dizzee Rascal, Julia Holter and Kate Tempest.

For more and tickets visit Iceland Airwaves.

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