The Lava Tunnel 2018
Secret Solstice presents: The Lava Tunnel 2018 – A magical music experience in a 5200 year old lava tunnel.
VERY SPECIAL GUEST PERFORMERS TBA
Formed over 5.000 years ago during a volcanic eruption, the Raufarhólshellir cave system is a magnificent phenomenon of nature which instills a sense of wonder in all who experience it’s beauty.
At only 25.900 ISK per ticket, and with only 50 tickets available a small handful of guests will be transported from Reykjavik to the location, provided two drinks on site included in the price, given a tour of the cave system by the Lava Tunnel’s incredible guides, and then wowed by one of the most unique concerts on the planet.
You will receive a detailed information package, including point of pickup 2 weeks in advance of the event.
Purchasing a ticket to Secret Solstice presents The Lava Tunnel does not provide entry to the Secret Solstice Festival and is considered a seperate ticket.
All transport is included in the ticket price. Buses will leave from a location next to the festival site at 14:00 sharp on the date of each event, and we recommend you arriving at least 30 minutes prior to departure.
Missing the bus will result in forfeiture of your ticket, with no refund. The entire tour will take approximately 5 hours, with an estimated return back to Reykjavik at 19:00.
Secret Solstice Festival and The Lava Tunnel are dedicated to the safety of all guests attending this event. Due to this, no intoxicated people will be allowed onto buses departing Reykjavik for this event, and you will forfeit your ticket with no refund provided.
Drinks will be provided within the Lava Tunnel system, however a two-drink maximum is in place to ensure no guests will compramise their own safety, or that of other attendees. Lastly, dress warm – we recommend heavy boots, water-resistant clothing and a jacket rated to at least 0ºC.
Calling all party-people!
Due to the nature of this event, its incredible location and the unpredictability of Icelandic weather, the promoter will not be held responsible should an incident effect guest’s experience in any way. The promoter therefore can unfortunately not offer refunds due to any such incident. This includes but is not limited to delays in travel to and from the glacier.