Deep Dish Breaks the Ice in Reykjavik
March 13, 2006 (PRLEAP.COM) Travel NewsMarch 13, 2006, Columbia, MD - Ali "Dubfire" Shirazinia of Deep Dish, the internationally acclaimed DJs, will perform at club NASA in Reykjavik, Iceland on April 12, 2006. The show is part of a world tour to promote their Grammy nominated dance album, George is On.
Icelandair Holidays offers adventure-seeking club goers a chance to experience this once-in-a-lifetime event in Europe’s hottest party city with specially priced packages from Boston, New York (JFK) and Baltimore/Washington (BWI). The Deep Dish “Beat This” package includes round-trip air, two nights hotel with Scandinavian Breakfast Buffet, airport/hotel transfers and a ticket to the show. Details and booking procedures are available at www.icelandholidays.com
The city of Reykjavik is no stranger to the driving beat of the club culture and welcomesDubfire on his first visit to Iceland. With countless honors and awards under their belts including a Grammy in 2002 for Dido’s Thank You, Deep Dish sets the standard for modern dance, house and club music. Icelanders have already dubbed this as Reykjavik’s biggest club night ever.
Iceland is recognized not only for its trendsetting music but also for fashion, art, culture and, of course, amazing nature. The Reykjavik club scene is no secret among the world’s nightlife aficionados. Modern day Vikings unleash an ancient spirit challenging all around them to share the adventure. Dance into the wee hours, then explore the beautiful and surreal landscapes of snow-capped mountains, glacial waterfalls, geysers and geothermal hot springs. This unique scenery has inspired and cultivated countless innovative artists, film makers and musicians.
Today Reykjavik is the preferred setting for numerous Hollywood films and exuberant concerts including the renowned Iceland Airwaves music festival where the hottest bands from around the globe mix with Iceland’s coolest including Bjork, Sigur Ros and Quarashi. April 2006 will inaugurate the Rite of Spring festival with a collection of alternative jazz, world and folk musicians adding to the diversity of everything Iceland is best known for.
Icelandair offers nonstop service from its US gateways to the airline’s hub in Reykjavik, Iceland, continuing to Scandinavia, Great Britain and Continental Europe.
Additional information is available at www.icelandair.com or (800) 223-5500.
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