Over fifty artists have been announced for this year’s Iceland Airwaves music festival. Among the bands that will be performing in Reykjavík in November is the English indie rock band Bombay Bicycle Club.
Over two decades of fresh music
Yesterday, the organisers of the Iceland Airwaves music festival announced 30 additional acts to this year’s lineup. For over two decades, the Iceland Airwaves music festival has endeavoured to shine a spotlight on up-and-coming musicians, local and foreign alike. The festival has seen early appearances from the likes of Mac DeMarco, James Blake, Sufjan Stevens, Sigrid, Florence and The Machine, and Hot Chip – alongside most of Iceland’s most recognisable musical talent.
This year’s festival will take place in various venues around Reykjavík between November 2 and 4. Yesterday, Airwaves announced that the English indie band Bombay Bicycle Club, which first performed at the Airwaves festival in 2010, would be performing again at this year’s festival. Alongside Bombay Bicycle Club, the following acts are set to perform at the 2023 Iceland Airwaves festival, As noted on the festival’s website:
Andy Shauf, Anna Gréta, Árný Margrét, Ásdís, Ash Olsen, Balming Tiger, Blondshell, Bombay Bicycle Club, Cassia, Celebs, Clubdub, Cyber, Daniil, DOMi and JD Beck, Donkey Kid, Eydís Evensen, Faux Real, FETISH, Fran Vasilic, Gallus, Ghostly Kisses, Greyskies, GRÓA, Jelena Ciric, JJ Paulo, Jonathan Hultén, Kári Egilsson, Kónguló, Kristin Sesselja, Kneecap, Kusk & Óviti, Kvikindi, Lime Garden, Lón, Love’n’joy, Madmadmad, Markéta Irglová, Monikaze, Mugison, Myrkvi, Nanna, Neonme, Sandrayati, Sigrún Stella, SKAAR, Soffía, Sprints, Squid, Superjava, Superserious, The Goa Express, The Haunted Youth, Tilbury, Trentemøller, Whispering Sons, Yard Act.