Carson Griffith

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The Hollywood Reporter

Icelandic Artists Dish on Where to Stay and Eat for Super-Chill (Literally) Iceland Airwaves Music Festival

Icelandic Artists Dish on Where to Stay and Eat for Super-Chill (Literally) Iceland Airwaves Music Festival

Founded by Icelandair, the country's national airline, and first held in an airplane hangar in 1999, the Iceland Airwaves Music Festival now boasts more than 200 acts across nearly a dozen venues in the capital city of Reykjavik. Though this year's edition will have such U.S. acts as Father John Misty, Ariel Pink and Beach House hitting the stage, the festival has remained true to its mission of showcasing local talent.

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