Laugardalur Park isn’t your average festival space – it’s also known as the Reykjavik Botanical Garden, equipped with tranquil brooks, flowers and groves of trees. It’s where locals come on the weekends for picnics and refreshing walks, but come summertime, it’s transformed into a hedonistic paradise where the parties are long and the days are longer.
There are six festival stages, each named after images from Norse mythology, including an indoor dance spot. On top of this, you’ll find food stands and places to grab a drink, a large campsite and even a tall, beer-shaped hot tub, the top of which offers panoramic views of the grounds.
And that’s not all. The party extends well beyond Laugardalur Park to include some of Iceland’s top natural draws. We’re talking Langjokull Glacier and a naturally-heated lagoon. This sun-drenched festival will push you to your partying limits.