Chicago alternative rock band Wilco have just announced their first-ever shows in Iceland: they will play a three-night residency at Reykjavík’s ‘Eldborg Hall‘ within the HARPA Concert and Conference Centre on April 6, 7, and 8, 2023. The world-class concert hall won the ‘USITT Architecture Award’ in 2018 thanks to its state-of-the-art acoustic technology and is one of Reykjavik’s most significant cultural landmarks. Harpa has played host to iconic acts the likes of Kraftwerk, Pat Metheny, Bjork, Herbie Hancock, David Byrne, and Elvis Costello. Wilco’s drummer Glenn Kotche shared in a statement that “we’re extremely excited to finally be playing Iceland for the very first time,” [and] “we can’t wait to experience the culture and people of Iceland, who’ve been the source of so much great music and art. We’re looking forward to making some incredible memories with our fans from around the world.” The six-piece Grammy winners will perform in Iceland thanks to ‘Bucket List Tours’, a concert promotion company that encourages fans to see their favorite artists in “bucket list” locations, as opposed to all-inclusive resort festivals that dictate every aspect of travel (from arrival and departure dates, to food offerings and activity programming). Bucket List Tours empowers bands and their fans to explore the world together on their own terms, offering ticket buyers discounted rates on hotels and airfare, in addition to optional group excursions. Pre-Sale Lottery Registration is now open: a limited number of Reserved Seating 3-day passes with multiple purchase options is now available for Wilco’s Reykjavik Residency. Read more on Wilco