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Happening Sunday: Grapevine Grassroots At Húrra

Happening Sunday: Grapevine Grassroots At Húrra

Hrefna Björg Gylfadóttir
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Auður Lóa
Elvar Smári Júlíusson

Published July 22, 2016

The summer’s second Grapevine Grassroots is here! A free concert celebrating Reykjavík’s up-and-coming music and arts scene. The programme starts with an improvisation from young aspiring actors. Up next is Krakk & Spaghettí, Reykjavík’s coolest rap kids; Blakkát, performing their feel-good music; and Milkhouse, mesmerising us with their magical tunes. Electro mastermind Brilliantínus will keep the party jumping and Fruit will end the night with a DJ set. Jam out to the freshest new Icelandic music!

At Húrra on Sunday, July 24 at 20:00 — Admission: Free! 


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