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Visit the National Theatre of Iceland with family and friends to witness premier Icelandic and foreign classic theater productions, new works, musicals, operas and children's productions. Established in 1950, the theater complex features five different venues, namely the Main Stage, the Black Box, the Small Stage for Children, the Puppet Theatre Attic and the Theatre Cellar (Leikhúskjallarinn with a total seating capacity of 910. This is the place to discover both upcoming Icelandic artists and playwrights, alongside the shows featuring international artists and performers. The National Theatre of Iceland produces close to ten new creations each year, promising its avid audience an eclectic variety of live entertainment.
Basking in perpetual shimmer, the phenomenal facade of the Harpa concert hall is a fine tribute to Iceland's unique terrain. The concert hall comprises of two large rectangular structures that stand firmly on the Reykjavik harbor, swathed in piece after piece of colored glass. Meant to pay ode to the country's basalt landscape, Harpa was designed by Danish architect firm Henning Larsen, and inaugurated in the summer of 2011. This modern structure holds four concert halls, the largest of which seats as many as 1800 spectators. It is also home to lavish conference rooms and a stunning exhibition space. Every year, the Harpa comes alive with lilting melodies of the Iceland Symphony Orchestra and the Icelandic Opera.
Vikin is a popular but small football stadium. It is located in the eastern part of the city. The stadium hosts local football matches that are eagerly awaited. It can accommodate 1,100 persons in the stands. It was constructed in 2005 and is the home ground of the Vikingur.
Enjoy a game at the Kópavogsvöllur in Kópavogur and catch the excitement of the crowds as they cheer for their favorite teams. It was constructed in 1975. Football and track and field are the common events held here. The stadium has a capacity of 5,501 persons and is fully packed on match days.
Book your tickets and enjoy an exciting game of football at the KR-völlur stadium. It was constructed in 1951 and hosts popular football matches. It is a fine venue that is mostly packed with cheering crowds during tense matches. It can accommodate around 2781 people at a time. It is the home ground of the Knattspyrnufélag Reykjavíkur.