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björk and samaris to play Stopp - Let’s Protect the Park

04 Mar 2014

On 18th March, Björk and Samaris - among many others - will play a concert in Reykjavík in support for conservation of Icelandic nature. The night also includes the premier of the film ‘Noah’ in Egilsbio Cinema. For tickets and more information click here.

Stopp - Let’s Protect the Park is a common project by Darren Aronofsky, Bjork, Iceland Nature Conservation Association and Landvernd, Icelandic Environment Association. The artists who will perform at the concert are the Highlands, Patti Smith, Of Monsters and Men, Samaris, Retro Stefson, Björk, Mammút and Lykke Li.

The film Noah was shot in Iceland in the summer of 2012 and the producers took great care not to cause any damage to the nature of Iceland. All artists will donate their work and the net income will be donated to INCA and Landvernd.

This project was introduced at a press conference at Harpa on the 3rd of March 2014. Björk and Darren Aronofsky participated in the press conference.

For tickets and more information click here.

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