British rock singer Robert Plant, of Led Zeppelin fame, will headline the sixth Secret Solstice festival, set to take place in Reykjavík this summer. He joins a line-up previously announced, featuring Rita Ora and Martin Garrix.
Robert, who turned 70 years old last year, is best known as the singer of rock band Led Zeppelin but since the band’s dissolution in 1980, he has performed as a solo artist. He’ll be performing at the festival with his band, the Sensational Space Shifters, who also played with him on his 2017 album, Carry Fire.
The Secret Solstice festival will take place June 21-23 and the performers that have already been announced include Martin Garrix [NL], Rita Ora [UK], Morcheeba [UK], Foreign Beggars [UK], Pussy Riot [RU], Kerri Chandler [US], MK [US], Mr. G (LIVE) [UK], Jeremy Underground [FR], XXX Rottweiler [IS], Boy Pablo [NO], Smash TV [DE], Högni [IS], ALXJ [DE], Ari Árelíus, Auður [IS], Bensol [IS], Captain Syrup [IS], Chris Hirose [DE], Clint Stewart [US], ClubDub [IS], Dilivius Lenni [DE], Doctor Victor [IS], Exos [IS], Ingi Bauer [IS], Jóhann Stone [IS], KrBear [IS], Mike The Jacket [IS], Monello [DE], Nitin [CA], Oktav DJ [IS], Pink Street Boys [IS], Ragga Holm [IS], Ricoshëi [US], Rokky [IS], Séra Bjössi [IS], Sprite Zero Klan [IS], Vibes [IS], and Vom Feisten [DE].