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Iceland NightLife

Iceland nightlife is world wide famous for its robustness and ongoing parties. The iceland nightlife is celebrated for its energy and stamina. iceland nightlife is particularly vibrant from June to August when there is nearly 24 hours of perpetual daylight. This period is called the ‘White Nights’ by the people there.

The iceland nightlife boasts of many nightclubs, bars, cafes, and cinemas where it’s very common on weekends to spend the whole night partying. The nightclubs are known for its cool atmosphere and stylish patrons. The nightclubs suits to every kind of taste in music and décor. Nightlife in Reykjavík usually takes place in pubs and nightclubs featuring dancing and live music. Nightspots usually enforce some basic dress rules, so men should wear a jacket and tie and women should avoid wearing jeans. On weekends, unless you start before 9 PM, be prepared to wait in line, especially if summer weekend weather is good. Icelanders are known for partying in masse usually around Laekjartorg, the so called Spring square and in the center of the oldest part of Reykjavík.

Check out iceland nightlife in Iceland events. Leading theaters are the National Theater and the Reykjavík City Theater, closed in summer. During the tourist season there is an attractive light entertainment show in English called ‘Light Nights’ with traditional Icelandic stories and folk songs. The Iceland Symphony Orchestra gives concerts every two weeks at the University Theater during the season (September to June). Iceland nightlife is great with a vibrant music scene which has produced, amongst others, the internationally acclaimed artist Björk. This has, in turn, attracted a number of British and American pop stars to Iceland, such as Damon Albarn from the British band Blur, who opened his own cafe, the Kaffibarinn, in Reykjavík.


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