Music & Art Jul 13, 2015

Árstíðir Set to Perform at the Nordic Heritage Museum on July 23

The popular Icelandic chamberpop group also has nearly 30 additional stops on its U.S. tour.

Árstíðir is an Icelandic chamberpop group that has toured over 30 countries since 2008 and whose heartfelt songs continue to mesmerize its audiences today. In 2013, their popularity skyrocketed internationally after an impromptu performance in a train station in Germany; watch the video below! The video received over four million views and took over social media newsfeeds. Árstíðir’s style of music is far from ordinary. Every member sings and uses unusual instrumentation to enchant their audiences. This summer, the group is touring multiple locations around the U.S., including the Nordic Heritage Museum in Seattle, Washington on July 23. Tickets are $15 for Museum members and $20 for non-members.

Consisting of three vocalists, Ragnar Olafsson, Gunnar Már Jakobsson, and Daníel Auðunsson, and a violinist Karl James Pestka, their music has been described as intricate songwriting from Iceland transports you to a world of restless, driven guitars, intimate piano, and mountainous string arrangements. 

Check out a few of Árstíðir’s upcoming tour dates below and find a location near you!

JUL 14 | Kansas City, MO

JUL 15 | The Lark, Hastings, NE

JUL 16 | The Gathering Place at the Shine Restaurant, Boulder, CO 

JUL 17 | Colorado Mesa University, Grand Junction, CO

JUL 19 | The Studio on 4th, Reno, NV

JUL 21 | Oregon Shakespeare Festival, Ashland, OR