Music | Iceland Airwaves reveals line-up and venues for 2022 edition

Iceland Airwaves

As we approach Autumn, the time has come again before Iceland Airwaves takes over the capital, Reykjavík, this November.

The festival has already teased names set to appear, and now the day-by-day breakdown while the day passes are still available. Plus the lowdown on where and when for each show.

Festival goers will be able to visit the Iceland Airwaves Centre in the heart of Reykjavík-to collect wristbands, buy merch, and attend other events. The centre is open to everyone, but there will be concessions for those already in possession of a wristband for the shows.

The line-up is equally exciting as several established acts take part alongside the future stars across many genres:

Alina AmuriAltin GünAltre Di BAlysha BrillaAmyl & The SniffersAnti PaalanenArlo ParksArny MargretArooj AftabÁrstíðirAtli ÖrvarssonAxel FlóventBríetBrimheimBSÍCeasetoneChiiildCombosCosbyCountess MalaiseCrack CloudDaughters Of ReykjavíkDr. GunniEliza ShaddadEmmsjé GautiEmotional OrangesEnsímiEydís EvensenFlottFrancis Of DeliriumGo_aGREYSKIESGróaGuðrið HansdóttirGugusarHamInspector SpacetimeJanus RasmussenJfdr JóipéJúníus MeyvantKaktus EinarssonKamaraKleinKóboykexKrummiKuskLaufeyLónLuca FogaleLùisaMagnús JóhannMarius DcMetronomyMettesonMúrNation Of LanguageÓlafur KramPale MoonPorridge RadioPossimisteRakelRöyksopp (Dj)Russian.GirlsSameheadsSkoffínSkrattarSnnySóleySucks To Be You, NigelSuperseriousSupersportSvalaSycamore TreeSysturThe Vintage CaravanThumperTuysUltraflexUna Torfa

Iceland Airwaves takes place from 3–5 November in venues such as FRÍKIRKJAN, HÚRRA, and IÐNÓ are located all over downtown Reykjavík,  within walking distance to each other, within an 800-metre radius of the main IA centre. A full list and directions can be found here.

If you haven’t already, you can purchase festival passes, day passes and conference passes from here.