Lee Burridge’s famed All Day I Dream to make Icelandic debut at Secret Solstice

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All Day I Dream, Lee Burridge‘s iconic series of airy, magical and ethereal daytime affairs, is slated to make its Icelandic debut during Secret Solstice Festival. The annual multi-genre event, which launched in 2014, will take over Reykjavik June 21–24 to celebrate music of all shapes and sizes.

As one of the festival’s three side parties, All Day I Dream will welcome Lee Burridge and YokoO to Hreppslaug, a geothermal swimming pool run by a local Icelandic youth club. Ticket holders will have the chance to get up-close and personal with their favorite ADID affiliates, while also enjoying complimentary drinks and lunch.

Into the Glacier, on the other hand, will afford fans the rare opportunity to explore Langjökull, Europe’s second largest glacier, as Dubfire performs 80 feet underground in a scintillating ice cave.

Finally, The Lava Tunnel will lure fans inside Raufarhólshellir — a 5,200-year-old lava tunnel brimming with natural ice sculptures and stalactites — to witness live performances from singer/songwriter Una Stef, pop rock and folk singer Birgir and GDRN. A second party will be held the following day featuring electro-indie band Valdimar, singer/songwriter Ása and folk singer Teitur Magnússon.

Tickets to all three Secret Solstice side parties are available here and passes to the festival can be purchased here.

Photo courtesy of The BPM Festival