We can’t believe Secret Solstice 2017 has come to end! Thank YOU for making this our best and most amazing year yet!
Our final day saw some of the biggest names to ever perform in Iceland as well exciting performances from our own Icelandic music scene.
Warming up day 4 at Valhöll, Emmsje Gauti and Gisli Palmi got the crowd going for a hip hop fueled night while the dance floor at Askur got grooving to the Crew Love stage takeover with early sets from Nick Monaco, Fitness, and Thugfucker.
Day 4 video recap – Secret Solstice 2017See how we made history in our Secret Solstice Day 4 video recap! 🙂
Our final day saw legendary performances from Rick Ross, BIG SEAN, Anderson .Paak, Young M.A, Dubfire and so many more.
Thank YOU for making this year our most amazing & best year yet! We’ll see you in 2018!
Posted by Secret Solstice Festival on Monday, June 19, 2017
More of Iceland’s own took the stage at Fenrir and Gimli with sets from Ragga Gröndal, ÁSA, and Daði Freyr. We were also lucky enough to host a very special performance from Tappi Tikarrass that had fans rocking during their entire set!
Back at Valhöll we welcomed Brookyln’s own Young M.A as she stormed the stage with her own live renditions of Kendrick Lamar and Dr. Dre tracks plus her world famous hit “OOOUUU.”
The energy levels hit sky-high when GRAMMY nominated artist Anderson .Paak took the stage with his band The Free Nationals and opened up their set with “Come Down,” and who could forget him rocking the drums!
Detroit’s Big Sean had the crowd bouncing back to all of his hits including “Blessed,” “Paradise,” “No Favors,” and his smash hit “Bounce Back.”
Topping off the night, our Sunday headliner Rick Ross took the stage to a massive crowd for our last outdoor performance before we took the party to Hel with legendary techno DJ/producer Dubfire.
From the entire Secret Solstice team, it was our pleasure to have you at our festival’s fourth edition! We enjoyed seeing your smiling faces this weekend and hope to see you in 2018! Takk!
Photos by Secret Solstice official photographers. Ásgeir Helgi, Birta Rán and Lilja Draumland.