The 2016 Iceland Airwaves Final Line-Up Is Here

The 2016 Iceland Airwaves Final Line-Up Is Here

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Photos by
Art Bicnick

Published September 1, 2016

Time to start buying tickets and booking flights, because the final line-up for this year’s Iceland Airwaves music festival is here.

The full list of the artists who will be performing this year is below, but the big news is that UK rapper Stormzy will also be performing.

Other artists who will be performing include Boogie Trouble, Cryptochrome, Digable Planets, DJ Flugvél og Geimskip, and many more.

The festival this year will be held from November 2 to 6, and tickets can be bought now.


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