Tix.is - Secret Solstice 2017

Tix.is

  • Iceland
  • From June 16th
  • To June 18th
Ticket price:9.900 - 189.900 kr.
Event info

Iceland's midnight sun music festival is returning in 2017!

Secret Solstice will be held between the 16th-18th of June 2017 in the world's most northerly capital city of Reykjavík for the fourth time. Held during the summer solstice weekend, you'll be able to party at a time when the sun never fully sets in Iceland.

First phase lineup to be released soon, stay tuned!

STANDARD FESTIVAL PASS
With access to the Secret Solstice 2017 site over the entire festival weekend and all artists, this is our entry-level ticket to an incredible midnight sun weekend.

VIP PASS
With everything included in the full festival pass, plus access to exclusive VIP areas on the festival site, exclusive discounts and special offers with event partners and Reykjavík bars/restaurants, plus priority bar and entry lanes at the festival, our VIP ticket is the best way to experience Secret Solstice 2017 in style. Ultra-limited numbers available, get yours while they last.

CAMPING PASS
If you're wanting to stay as close as possible to the action at Secret Solstice 2017, this the only way to lay your head under the midnight sun. A camping pass grants access to the campsite for the entire Secret Solstice festival weekend (from Thursday to Sunday night), you only need to bring your own tent and sleeping gear. Places in our campsite are extremely limited, we recommend securing your place as early as possible!

ÓÐINN PASS
The ultimate Secret Solstice 2017 ticket. Limited to only 50 tickets in total. With access to private main stage artist bars on site including all alcohol, all food on site, priority access and entry, access to the private artists-only bar on the festival site, Óðinn festival assistants to cater to you during the event, access where possible to private viewing areas and backstage, access to most side events, and so much more to be announced soon included, our Óðinn guests receive treatment fit for the Father of all Norse Gods himself.