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Café Rosenberg

Café Rosenberg (Klapparstígur 25-27, Reykjavik) – live music fans will certainly appreciate this nightspot. Café Rosenberg has a regular roster of bands playing everything from jazz, to blues, folk and indie rock. Being here offers a great chance to discover some of Iceland’s most talented musicians: folky troubadours, bluesy guitarists, elegant jazzmen and many other […]

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Café Amsterdam

Café Amsterdam (Hafnastraeti 5, Reykjavik) – located within walking distance of Parliament House and Harpa concert hall, this bar regularly books post-punk, jazz and funk bands.

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Bar 11

Bar 11 (Hverfisgata 18, Reykjavik) — this is a popular nightspot for rockers in Reykjavik. During the weekends, the party is non stop from midnight until 6 am in the morning. During the Summer, you can enter the bar in daylight and you’ll leave in daylight in the city that never sleeps. On Tuesdays, Wednesdays […]

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Austur

Austur (Austurstraeti 7) – located at one of Reykjavik’s major shopping streets, this is a popular nightclub among both locals and visitors. Unlike some of the capital’s nightspots, which are casual (with drinking being the main activity), this is a full-fledged nightclub, with live DJs and a dress code that matches Austur’s sleek interior. International […]