A diverse music festival in Reykjavik this weekend- admission free

Hatari are a band that describe themselves as a political ...

Hatari are a band that describe themselves as a political movement. Mbl.is/ Eggert Jóhannesson

KexPort - a two day music festival organised by downtown Kex Hostel takes place in their backyard on Friday and Saturday featuring some of Iceland's brightest talents. Artists include JFDR, Hatari, Daði Freyr and Elli Grill. 

On Friday the concerts are on darker, heavier note with bands such as Dynfari, Hatari, Kuldboli, Hórmónar and Un Misére, and on Saturday, bands play from afternoon until midnight offering a wide variety of artists to appeal to all ages. 

KexPort is another successful collaboration between Seattle radio station KEXP and Kex Hostel and the concerts ares streamed live on KEXP and on the Facebook page of KEX hostel so if you're abroad you can still take part in the fun. 

Kex Hostel is located on Skúlagata by the oceanfront in downtown Reykjavik. 

The line-up is as follows: 

Friday July 14th  

19:00 Une Misére

20:00 Dynfari

21:00 Kuldaboli

22:00 Hórmónar

23:00 HATARI

DJ:

 DJ Styrmir Hansson

Saturday July 15th

14:00 Sóley

15:00 Between Mountains

16:00 SiGRÚN

17:00 Daði Freyr

18:00 JFDR

19:00 aYia

20:00 Elli Grill

21:00 Vök

22:00 HRNNR & SMJÖRVI

23:00 Fufanu

DJ's: 

Kanilsnældur

The ethereal Jófríður Ákadóttir, aka JFDR.

The ethereal Jófríður Ákadóttir, aka JFDR. Mbl.is/ Styrmir Kári

Daði Freyr was the runner up in the Eurovision contest ...

Daði Freyr was the runner up in the Eurovision contest preliminaries this year and has since enjoyed enormous success with his synth-pop. Mbl.is/ Eggert Jóhannesson

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