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LungA festival program, talks and other events

LungA offers you a range of high-end international events across the week and it’s all free of charge, apart from the ticketed LungA concert during the weekend.

Performances, talks, panel discussions, movie screening, dance and theatre shows etc…

This years theme is “future perspectives” and there for you will find a lot of events related to that topic. Those are marked “LungA LAB” and are a part of our collaboration with Erasmus+ and Appelsín.

Our full program will be out soon.



This year’s concert is going to be exquisite, having a versatile line up that contains everything from high-quality pop, electronic soul to dark-wave/synth-punk.

Here you can see which artists will be performing at this year’s LungA concert on the 19th and 20th of July \ Buy tickets here!


There will be 9 workshops at LungA festival 2019.

8 x Week-long Workshops

1 x Friday Workshop

The price for the week-long workshop is 48.000 ISK. That includes participation in a workshop, dormitory-style accommodation, three meals a day and access to all of the festival’s events. There is also an option to arrange your own accommodation or camping.

The price for the Friday workshop is 20.000 ISK and it includes participation in the Friday workshop, dormitory-style accommodation from Thursday - Sunday and meals for the period of the workshop and access to all of the festival’s events.

Sign up for the workshops have now started- Sign up HERE!



is what we call our informative experimental laboratory. Each year we choose a theme, this year it is “future perspectives” and then we dig into that theme from many different perspectives, through workshop work, talks, various performances, movie screening, panel discussions and so on.

This is LungA’s way to contribute to the awareness of social responsibility on individual and collective level, in hope to effect and inspire those involved to take action and be more open towards the diversity of others in general.

LungA LAB is made in collaboration with Erasmus+, Appelsín, Kaospilot, Hyper Island, University of Brighton, Myndlistarskóli Reykjavíkur.