Sólstafir will held a concert in Belgrade at Dom Omladine with a support act Myrkur and Árstíðir on December 4th and released a announcement for the show and the message for the fans in Serbia!

Icelandic rock/metal masters Sólstafir are going to held a concert at Dom Omladine in Belgrade on December 4th with support acts  Árstíðir and special quest Myrkur with Amalie Bruun that arrives in front of the atmospheric black metal project. Be there and have an amazing time. Tickets were on sale from July 28th at the price of 1,600 dinars (the first 50 tickets) for the concert. The tickets will cost 2.000 in the official pre-order, and on the day of the concert, 2,500 dinars. The outlets are well-known shops Felix in Belgrade and…

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Sólstafir temporarily joined live by Árstíðir keyboarder Ragnar Ólafsson!

When  Sólstafir asked their friends and label mates,  Árstíðir to join them on their current European tour, the Icelanders had, of course, no strings attached. As it turns out, there are some keys in it though… Árstíðir keyboarder Ragnar Ólafsson has happily accepted to give a helping hand or rather two to the enigmatic Icelandic rockers. This is, of course, a temporary arrangement, so don’t miss your chance to see this special touring line-up on the road right now. As shows have already been sold out and tickets are running low in others venues, we strongly recommend…

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Árstíðir joins Myrkur and Sólstafir on European Autumn Tour!

Icelandic independent folk rockers,  Árstíðir are announcing that they will be joining eclectic countrymen and label mates Sólstafir on their European autumn tour. The band stated this about the tour with Sólstafir: “The Icelandic music scene is a tightly knit woolen sweater where musicians meet and musical expressions merge. For years we’ve bumped into the guys from  Sólstafir on different occasions and some of us have become good friends. We’ve followed closely  Sólstafir rise to acclaim, watched them hone their expression and listened to them fine-tune their unique sound. And now we’re honored to…

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