In North America Mar 08–11, 2018

Taste of Iceland in Boston 2018

The Icelandic culture festival takes over Boston March 8-11!

Iceland’s vibrant culture is heading to the east coast March 8-11 for the 9th annual Taste of Iceland in Boston festival. Iceland Naturally invites Bostonians to celebrate this annual, four-day festival with a weekend of events that highlight the best of Icelandic culture. RSVP to the events on Facebook, and don’t forget to share your experiences with us on Instagram and Twitter by tagging @IcelandNatural with #TasteofIceland. This is a particularly exciting year to experience Icelandic culture as the country celebrates 100 years of sovereignty! Throughout 2018, Icelanders near and far are encouraged to celebrate the island nation’s unique culture and language – and Taste of Iceland in Boston is the perfect opportunity to do so! Keep checking this page for updated information, and share this event with your friends!

MARCH 8 -11 | ICELANDIC MENU AT TOWNSMAN
MARCH 8 – 11 | ICELANDIC COCKTAIL MENU AT BEAT BRASSERIE
MARCH 9 | REYKJAVIK CALLING AT  PARADISE ROCK CLUB 
MARCH 10 | ICELAND’S THRIVING DESIGN AND ARCHITECTURAL SCENE AT BSA SPACE
MARCH 11 | ICELANDIC SHORT FILM FESTIVAL AT THE BRATTLE THEATRE 

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If you can’t wait for the Taste of Iceland in Boston festivities to begin, kick things off a little early with a night of traditional Icelandic spirits at Drink Wednesday, March 7. 

DRINKS | Bar Takeover at Drink

WHERE: Drink // 348 Congress Street | Boston, Massachusetts | 02210
WHEN: March 7 | 8 PM – 1 AM
WHO:

Icelandic Mixologist, Teitur Ridderman Schiöth
Drink Mixologist, Ezra Star

FOOD | Icelandic Menu at Townsman

WHERE: Townsman // 120 Kingston St, Boston, MA 02111
WHEN: March 8-11 | 5:30 PM – Close
WHO:

Icelandic Chef, Georg Arnar Halldórsson
American Chef, Matt Jennings
Icelandic Mixologist, Teitur Ridderman Schiöth
American Mixologist, Jon Ross

COST: $69  | Menu
RESERVATIONS: OpenTable
More info on Facebook

DRINKS | Cocktails at Beat Brasserie

WHERE: Beat Brasserie // 13 Brattle St, Cambridge, MA 02138
WHEN: March 8-11 | 4 PM –  1 AM
WHO:

Icelandic Mixologist, Teitur Ridderman Schiöth
Beat Brasserie Mixologist, Doug Capozzoli

COST: TBA | Menu
More info on Facebook

MUSIC | Reykjavik Calling at Paradise Rock Club

WHERE: Paradise Rock Club // 967 Commonwealth Ave., Boston, MA 02215
WHEN: Friday, March 9 | Doors open at 7 PM  | Show starts at 8 PM
COST: FREE
FEATURED ARTISTS:

JFDR | SoundCloud | Spotify | Website | YouTube
Sturla Atlas | SoundCloud | Spotify | Website | YouTube
Air Traffic Controller | SoundCloud | Spotify | Website | YouTube

AGE: 18 +
RSVP on Facebook

DESIGN | Iceland’s Thriving Design and Architectural Scene at BSA Space

WHERE: BSA Space // 290 Congress Street, Suite 200, Boston, MA 02210
WHEN: Saturday, March 10 | 12 – 2 PM
​COST: FREE
WHO: Halla Helgadóttir, Managing Director of the Iceland Design Center
RSVP on Facebook

FILM | Shortfish: Iceland’s Premier Short Film Festival at The Brattle Theatre

WHERE: The Brattle Theatre // 40 Brattle St., Cambridge, MA 02138
WHEN: Sunday, March 11 | Doors open at 12:30 PM | Films begin at 1:00 PM 
COST: FREE
RUN TIME: 90 minutes
SHORT FILMS: Shortfish 2017 Program by Stockfish
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About Taste of Iceland in Boston

Taste of Iceland in Boston is presented by Iceland Naturally in cooperation with Icelandair, Reyka Vodka, Blue Lagoon, Visit Reykjavik, Icelandic Glacial, Promote Iceland, Ölgerðin Egill Skallagrímsson, Icelandic Provisions, Brennivin, Iceland Airwaves, Stockfish Film Festival, WBUR, WERS, Townsman, Paradise Rock Club, The Brattle Theatre, Beat Brasserie and BSA Space.

About Iceland Naturally
Iceland Naturally is a cooperative marketing organization that promotes the services, products and culture of Iceland. Through events, promotions and online marketing initiatives, Iceland Naturally introduces Iceland’s creativity and natural wonders to North Americans. The group is comprised of Iceland’s top companies and organizations: IcelandairIcelandic Group,  Reyka VodkaCity of Reykjavik, Icelandic Glacial WaterBlue LagoonKeflavik International Airport (KEF)LandsvirkjunÖlgerðin Egill SkallagrímssonPromote IcelandIcelandic Provisions and the Government of Iceland.

    

 

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