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Music festival Secret Solstice organises a concert inside Langjökull glacier

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  • Party on Secret Solstice has organised a concert held inside Langjökull’s massive ice cave. Photo/Stefán Karlsson

Have you ever dreamt of attending a concert deep inside Europe’s second largest ice cap? If so, here’s your chance to make your totally weird dream come true. A concert held inside Langjökull's massive ice cave is one of many events taking place during the Secret Solstice music festival.

Ósk Gunnarsdóttir

Ósk Gunnarsdóttir, Secret Solstice's PR manager. Photo/Pjetur

The music festival takes place in Reykjavík on the 19 to the 21 of June.

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According to Ósk Gunnarssdóttir, the festival’s PR manager, only 70 tickets are available for the one-of-a-kind event, each costing 29 thousand ISK (196 Euros/215 US dollars).

The ice-concert takes place on June 20th, with guests heading off as soon as the last concert in Laugardalur valley ends.

“The whole thing will take roughly seven hours. The guests will be served refreshments on the way to the glacier, and then two drinks during the concert – we decided to limit it to only two drinks for safety reasons. The concert is 90 minutes and includes DJ’s Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs and Artwork.”

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