KEXP Presents: Reykjavik Calling this Saturday... free show at Neumos!

Iceland Airwaves, KEXP Presents

This weekend, Reykjavik Calling returns! On Saturday, October 11, at Neumos, KEXP presents the fifth installment of this cross-cultural musical exploration featuring pairings and creative collaborations between musicians from sister cities Seattle and Reykjavik, Iceland. Best of all, admission is free!

This year's lineup includes Júníus Meyvant paired with Eric Anderson of Cataldo, Sóley with Say Hi, and Sin Fang with Seattle Rock Orchestra Quintet.

You've probably heard most of these artists before on KEXP, but here's a mini-playlist to get you in the mood:Seattle Rock Orchestra Quintet (Seattle)

Sin Fang (Iceland)

Say Hi (Seattle)

Sóley (Iceland)

Eric Anderson of Cataldo (Seattle)

Júníus Meyvant (Iceland)

Admission to this 21+ show is free but space is limited, so get to Neumos early. Find out more information here.

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