A children's festival in one of Reykjavik's largest parks on Sunday
Children's festival Kátt á Klambra takes place for the second time this year at Klambratún near the city centre in Reykjavik this Sunday, July 30th. This year the focus is on creativity and social interaction.
Among the myriad of things on offer are a magician, face painting, beatbox tutorials, yoga for kids, recycling workshops and concerts including that of popular Icelandic rap artist Emmsjé Gauti.
You can also go to an arts & crafts or creative writing workshop, get a face paint or tattoo, blow some bubbles, go skateboarding on a skate ramp, make chocolate under the guidance of Halldór konditori and paint on a laundry bag with iglo+indi as well as many other activities in the area.
The entrance fee for the festival is 1200 ISK per person and there's also a family package deal with 4 tickets for 4000 ISK. Entrance for children 3 years old and younger is free.