Toronto, Get Ready For Icelandic Music!

Published February 21, 2013

Iceland Music Export has announced that an impressive group of Icelandic musicians will be taking over Toronto next month to perform at the Canadian Music Fest.
Apparat Organ Quartet, Ásgeir Trausti, Endless Dark, and Sóley, have been confirmed to be performing at the annual festival alongside the likes of Rihanna, Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds, and Metric, as well as a slew of other Canadian and international acts.
The Canadian Music Fest will be going down March 19-24 and is part of Canadian Music Week. Which has been turning the spotlight on all aspects of the music industry through concerts, conferences, award shows and exhibitions for the past 31 years.



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