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Jethro Tull Concert in Iceland Sells Out in Seven Minutes

Tickets to a concert by the British rock group Jethro Tull in the concert center Harpa in Reykjavík on June 21 sold out seven minutes after ticket sales opened on February 2. Following the high demand, another concert was scheduled the day after.

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Harpa. Photo by Páll Kjartansson.

At the concerts, Ian Anderson and his band mates will play the album Thick As A Brick, which hasn’t been performed in its entirety since released in 1972, visir.is reports.

The audience will also be able to enjoy part of the sequel, Thick As A Brick 2, which is in the making, as recently announced.

According to midi.is, the show will feature a more theatrical production with video and additional musicians. Jethro Tull last performed in Iceland in 2009 when tickets sold out in less than a day.

For tickets and other events, go to midi.is.

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