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Páll Óskar in Höllin

Nýja Laugardalshöllin
30. December 2017

Family Concert

2.990 kr.
5.990 kr.

Evening Concert

6.990 kr.
11.990 kr.

The nation of Iceland has sung with him songs like “Stanslaust Stuð”, “Allt fyrir ástina”, “Ég er eins og ég er”, and “Það geta ekki allir verið gordjöss”. Now you can experience the best of Palli’s entire life’s work in all it’s glory. And more!

Páll Óskar will perform his very best songs from 1991 to 2017 with a band along with the electric playback and a whole lot of dancers. The stage will be specially built for the music hall. We will go “all in” where it comes to artistic production and costumes – making this concert an experience you will never forget. Áttan will warm up the crowd prior to Palli’s big show!

The evening concerts are about two hours but earlier in the day there will be a special family-friendly concert for people of all ages. They will be about 45 minutes shorter and the tickets are half the price.


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Páll Óskar just released a new album! Containing hits such as “Einn dans”, “Líttu upp í ljós” and “Þá mætir þú til mín”. The new material will of course be presented in a magnificent way but the concert is centered around all the classic hits of Palli as well as songs he only performs on special occasions.

Páll Óskar will recreate the Eurovision song “Minn hinsti dans”, exactly the way it was in the competition in Dublin 1997. He’ll perform “Ástin dugir” with the house band and sing the always breathtaking ballads “Ást við fyrstu sýn” and “Söngur um lífið”.

Höllin will burst into beautiful and pure joy, oozing with glitz and glamour like no one other than Páll Óskar can do.

Afternoon Performance
Doors open
Páll Óskar
~ 17:15
Concert ends
Evening Performance
Doors open
Páll Óskar
~ 23:00
Concert end

Sena Live

»Our most ambitious project yet!«


»We're excited to participate in the greatest show Iceland has ever seen.«
  • Band, dancers and staff


    • Hrafnkell Örn Guðjónsson Hrafnkell Örn Guðjónsson
    • Styrmir Hauksson
    • Steingrímur Teague
    • Vignir Rafn Hilmarsson
    • Guðmundur Pétursson


    • Anais Barthe
    • Bergdís Rún
    • Birkir Örn Karlsson
    • Bjarni Sævar Sveinsson
    • Björn Dagur Bjarnason
    • Brynjar Björnsson
    • Brynjar Dagur Albertsson
    • Eva Dröfn Benjamínsdóttir
    • Helga Sigrún Hermannsdóttir
    • Höskuldur Þór Jónsson
    • Javier Valino
    • Jón Eyþór Gottskálksson
    • Luis Lucas Cabame
    • Rakel Kristinsdóttir
    • Saadia Auður Dhour


    • Páll Óskar Hjálmtýsson
      Artistic Director
    • Stella Rósenkranz
      Artistic Director & Choreographer
    • Bjarki Hallbergsson
    • Jakob Reynir Jakobsson
    • Coco Viktorsson
      Costumes & Design
    • Erling Þorgrímsson
      Stage & Set Designer
    • Ingi Bekk
      Video Design
    • K. Freyr Vilhjálmsson
      Light Designer
    • Finnur Ragnarsson
      Sound Designers
    • Þröstur Albertsson
      Sound Designers
    • Villi Warén
      Graphic Designer
    • Hrannar Hafsteinsson
      Production Designer
    • Ísleifur B. Þórhallsson
      Event Organizer
  • FAQ

    When will the performance be held?

    Saturday, September 16th.

    Family Concert starts at 3 PM and is set to end at 4 PM.
    Evening Concert starts at 8 PM and is set to end at 11 PM.

    Can I buy tickets for someone other than myself.

    Yes, we will not check the names of the ticket holder and the name on the ticket.

    Also, you are allowed to sell your ticket as long as the price is not higher than the original purchase price. If that happens the ticket will be null and void.

    Where is the standing area?

    The standing area is closest to the stage.

    Is there an age limit?

    There is no age limit at the Family Concert.

    Be advised that children 12 and younger should not be outside without being accompanied by an adult after 8 PM and children 16 and younger after 10 PM.

    Children 16 and younger must be accompanied by an adult during the Evening Concert.

    Can I choose a specific standing area?

    There is only one standing area. You cannot buy a ticket to a specific part of the floor.

    Can I bring a bag?

    Small bags are allowed but larger backpacks are not. All bags will be searched.

    Can those who buy a ticket for the seating area come down to the standing area?

    Yes, seating area ticket holders can go down to the standing area.

    Where do I pick up my ticket? is the seller and distributes the tickets. Tix has a ticket pick-up at Hard Rock Café, Lækjargata, but you can also buy a ticket at the Tix office in Grjótagata.

    A Tix box office opens up in Höllin, concert hall, during the event. There you can pick up your ticket if you haven’t already done so. However, we strongly recommend picking up your ticket beforehand in case of long lines at the Höllin box office.

    Can I bring a chair or a stool to stand on?

    No, due to safety hazards no one is allowed to bring chairs or stools.

    Can I bring an umbrella?

    No, large objects and other objects that you can be thrown around and cause damage are not allowed. All dangerous objects are also banned, fx. knives, scissors etc.

    Will there be food for sale?


    Will there be alcohol for sale?

    There will be a bar at the Evening Concert where you can buy beer and wine.

    Is the concert hall wheelchair accessible?

    A platform for wheelchairs will be in the hall. Wheelchair users only need to buy a ticket to the standing area to gain access to the platform. Each user can bring along one assistant. The assistant also only needs to buy a ticket to the standing area to gain access to the platform.

    Are there parking spaces for the disabled?

    8 parking spaces are available for the disabled. The blue P-card allows you to park in these spaces. The P-card should be visible in the car’s windshield.

    Can parents bring young children without a ticket?

    Due to strict rules on the hall’s capacity, no one is allowed inside the concert hall without a ticket.

    Additionally, it is not recommended to bring infants to noisy events.

    Can I bring my own drink to the concert?

    No, no one is allowed to bring drinks into the area due to regulations on safety and hygiene.