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What is Secret Solstice?

Secret Solstice is an Icelandic music festival that is being held for the third time on the 17th-19th of June 2016. It showcases both established artists as well as exciting up-and-coming talent over the course of three days in the 24 hour midnight sun during the summer solstice. It‘s themed after the Norse religion and mythology of old. It‘s set to deliver a unique party atmosphere filled with great entertainment.

Who’s playing?

Too many to mention but a lot of amazing music. The full lineup will be posted soon but you can check out already booked acts here.

How to get there?

A lot of airlines fly to Iceland including the two major Icelandic airlines Wow Air and Icelandair. You can also travel by boat with the cruise liner Norræna. You can take a closer look at your options here. We also have package deals on sale which include flights and festival tickets with a variety of add-ons available here.

Where can I get a ticket?

As long as you‘re 18 years old and have a credit card tickets are available online right here. If you don’t have a credit card please contact our ticket supplier Tix.is and they will assist you or if you are in Iceland you can purchase physical tickets at Musteri Agans at Hverfisgata 43, 101 Reykjavík. We also have package deals on sale which include flights and festival tickets with a variety of add-ons available here.

How much is a ticket?

The full ticket price will be 24.900 kr- for a 3-day festival pass however you can purchase an early bird 3-day festival  pass now for 17.900 kr- and a V.I.P 3-day festival pass for 34.900 kr -. For those that want to treat themselves to the ultimate festival experience we have the Óðinn Super-V.I.P passes which are on sale for 129.900 kr. To purchase tickets and get more information on different types of tickets please click here. For all inclusive package deals click here.

What‘s the local currency and how expensive is it?

Iceland uses it‘s own currency called krónur which you can exchange most foreign currencies for at all local banks or the foreign exchange at Keflavik airport.

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