Video: Iceland Airwaves Blue Lagoon Chill

I finally found time this weekend to edit together some footage I shot at the Blue Lagoon Chill in Iceland from November. I couldn’t stop grinning as I was watching everything back; it brought back such incredible memories.

Memories of the cold air, the warm water, the fantastic music, the feeling of being somewhere completely different to anywhere I’ve been before, the sunset, the sauna in a cave and the new friends made.

Here’s a little slice of the party…

 

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3 thoughts on “Video: Iceland Airwaves Blue Lagoon Chill

  1. That looks like one hell of a good time! Does this happen every year? I feel like this one of those experiences I need to have. Outdoors, music, water, drinks, happy people? I think yes.

  2. As far as I know it’s every year. You should definitely do it! Go for the whole festival – you can see tons of bands for free all week around town too. It’s usually in October or November and I think the tickets for the Blue Lagoon Chill go on sale around May/June but don’t quote me on that – they probably have an email list or something for reminders, and it sells out quite quickly because it’s THE place to be!

  3. Yes, its happening every year,,as you might be know,,.Blue lagoon Recently nominated one of the wonders of the world.
    I would also recommend for travelers to go to the lagoon before they travel back home, nothing relaxes you more then to soak yourself in warm blue water, gazing at the beautiful lava fields while drinking a cold beverage. Thanks, Arnar

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