Other international artists that have been booked for the Reykjavík festival include Ayelle, Booka Shade, Nina Las Vegas, Madame Gandhi, Lydmor, Bashar Murad, Siobhan Wilson, Detalji, Hachiku, Sturle Dagsland, and more.
There's also some new homegrown talent that has been announced in the final wave of names for the festival, featuring Hjaltalín, Pétur Ben, Sólstafir, Sycamore Tree, Rokky, Hausar, and others.
The final announcement! From longtime friends of Airwaves @hjaltalinband, German house duo @BookaShade, to Australian DJ @ninalasvegas, there's something for everyone.— Iceland Airwaves (@icelandairwaves) September 4, 2019
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The new names will join Whitney, Mac DeMarco, Of Monsters and Men, Girl in Red, Anna Of The North, Shame, Georgia, Vök, JFDR, Mammút, Orville Peck, John Grant, and many more in the Icelandic capital.
The 21st edition of the Icelandic festival is set to welcome over 6000 international attendees to the capital this year. Last year's 20th birthday extravaganza saw performances from Soccer Mommy, Nadine Shah, Aurora, Not3s, Blood Orange, and many more.