Ticket Giveaway: LA Phil's 'Reykjavik Festival Opening Night: Made in Iceland -- LIVE' | KCET
Ticket Giveaway: LA Phil's 'Reykjavik Festival Opening Night: Made in Iceland -- LIVE'
"Reykjavik Festival: Opening Night: Made in Iceland - LIVE" takes place on Friday, April 7th.
In Reykjavik's close-knit artistic community, the contemporary music scene blurs the lines between rock, pop, and electronic genres. Reykjavik Festival brings us experimental/electronic rock artists such as Bjork and Sigur Ros, who highlight the creativity thriving in Iceland's capital.
Join us for Opening Night of the festival, which will feature upcoming and established Icelandic artists such as Mum, amiina, Skuli Sverrisson & Olof Arnalds, dj. flugvel og geimskip, and JFDR, along with art installations by Shoplifter and a film screening by Xarene Eskandar. Opening Night includes a pre-concert complimentary beer pop-up, courtesy of Iceland-based Einstok Brewery.
KCET wants to thank you for being a member by entering you to win one of two pairs of tickets. These tickets are will-call. We will notify the winners via email on or after March 27, 2017.
Read the official rules.
This giveaway is now closed. Thanks to everyone who entered.
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