10 Mar 2024

Aggrasoppar joins the line-up!

Everywhere they go, they spark great interest.

Probably the greatest feature in Faroese music export at the moment is the band Aggrasoppar. They performed a secret concert at G! in 2023, but it was no more secret than that they ended up signing a contract with a booking agency in France, Voulez Vous Danser. Everywhere they go, they spark great interest. Quite remarkable when you consider they rap and sing in Faroese, with strange lyrics. But indeed, their performance is so captivating that it transcends linguistic boundaries. And they also play damn well on stage - it's breathtaking. It's inappropriate and great at the same time. For the FMA (local Grammy), they are nominated for "album of the year", in addition to Eyðfinnur Bogason Lamhauge being nominated as "composer of the year", and as we mentioned in the news article earlier this week, Dania O. Tausen is nominated for almost all the other FMAs this year.

19 Jul 2024
  Satisfy your taste buds

The infamous ROKK BBQ team, Sólfinn Danielsen, Jákup Sumberg, and Benjamin Petersen, offer something as exciting as natural wine and seafood, on Friday from 17:00-20:00 at Rönn. Read more »

19 Jul 2024
Friday at G!

Another Day of Music and Good Vibes Awaits! Read more »

19 Jul 2024
The Hike from Leirvík to Göta Over the Mountain will be at 12 PM

  The hike will now start at 12 PM from Leirvík, not at 2 PM as previously announced. Register at paulajespersen@gmail.com or by phone at 229098 - limited availability. Meeting point: Á Bakka 8, Lei… Read more »

18 Jul 2024
G! Festival starts today

Thursday, July 18, 2024, Syðrugöta Read more »

15 Jul 2024
The Faroese Invasion of Iceland: Panel Discussion at the G! Festival

This year's G! Festival will feature an exciting panel discussion titled 'The Faroese Invasion of Iceland.' The discussion will focus on the early 2000s, when Faroese bands like Týr, Clickhaze, Krit,… Read more »

10 Jul 2024
Júxn - a cultural hub

Welcome to the Júxn stage at G! Festival 2024, a vibrant hub of cultural exploration and expression. Previously known as Fjósið, this dynamic space has now expanded into three unique areas: the origin… Read more »