sigur rós 2017 tour

harpa concert hall (dec 30th)
reykjavík, iceland

dec 30 2017



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  1. All in all I was fondly reminded of the shows that I have seen in the past. Nothing can replicate both the sonic strength mixed with the delicacy that Jonsi and the rest of the band masters in person. Nevertheless a thrill making one ponder…what is next? The interruption of the feed was disappointing however we all must realize that this was a wonderful present that Sigur Ros has given us in the dregs of 2017. Bravo!

  2. Great set! Sigur Ros, as always, never cease to amaze me when they play live. I didn’t get to see them this year, but I traveled to St. Petersburg, Russia in 2016 to see them and was a superb performance.
    I am always impressed with their live performance and stage lighting.
    Thanks for sharing this live stream with us, guys! I was thrilled all over
    again! ❤

  3. OK, this is cheating a little, I know. But since you invited the world to attend the last concert I feel like I can submit a review of the last concert, even though I wasn’t physically present. That’s the 3rd show for us this year. :-)
    As I said after the first concert (Dec 27) the new songs are growing on us – they are simply beautiful. We are eagerly looking forward to see what more magic you conjure for us in the future. :-) Though there are some parts where I wish you had two guitars still (e.g. the end part of Glósóli and the beginning of Popplagid) the new arrangements of the older stuff are also growing on us.
    Now you guys enjoy a well-deserved rest after a long period of touring. You have many friends worldwide that will be here when you decide the time is right to say hei again. Takk for great music and wonderful shows we’ve been able to attend in 2017, 2016 and 2013, and for simply being very nice guys – as you showed on our wedding day Wednesday.
    We wish you all the best for the new year. :-)

  4. Watching you live on november 24th was one of the most beautiful experiences of the past 2017 so, the announcing of a live streaming of your last concert of the year was an unexpected but wonderful news since I couldn’t be there (in your great Norður og Niðurr festival). So thanks for sharing it and let us be there without being literally there. Twice in a year was certainly a good way of finishing my year.
    I really hope this new year is full of new experiences, places, inspiration and all the good things you wish for you guys, Jonsi, Goggi and Orri and ‘course, the big machine working behind of you that we don’t see.
    As you say, Takk. And a big “Gracias” from me.
    Have a great 2018!

  5. Thank you for your wonderful music! It overwhelms and moves me through so many emotions.

  6. I am sad and angry! I could not see this last concert blocking for six months in my Wheelchair !!! I am a big fan and I love the music of Sigur Ros with passion! I could not have vinyls sold on the spot this night! I am jealous? YES! because I am like all the fan a collector, but I am jealous and angry to see that some could have access to the vinyl sold this night to resell them 2 days later on Discogs or Ebay has $ 600 + while a lot of true fan (NOT RICH) who will have to venerate the object like their precious one could not even watch them! I am also angry with sigur ros who plays the game of capitalism and speculation, selling to idiots rare and ilitist vinyl, idiots who knows nothing about the band’s music, who does not like and respects not music but love money and speculation!…
    I’m sad, but happy for the real fans who could see this concert and buy these vinyls, but I’m left with a feeling of injustice!

  7. we went to all 4 nights for our honeymoon and was the best shows ever. Thank you so much.

  8. Without doubt the greatest show I have ever seen. Love as Music. Music as Love. I am so incredibly grateful to have been there – the energy in that room is still with me and will be for a long long time. Thank you Sigur Ros for sharing Iceland and yourselves in such terrifying, vulnerable beauty. We love you, Takk!

  9. Orri, on the afternoon of December 30th before the final show at Harpa, I walked past you on Laugavegur. As soon as I recognized you, I was grinning like an idiot (and I probably frightened you – sorry). You were with your family, I did not want to interrupt. However, if I had taken the opportunity to say something, it would have been this: Seeing you perform live is like witnessing the human potential. I think that’s why you and Jonsi and Georg inspire so many of us – seeing Sigur Ros perform, at your level of artistry and skill, is breathtaking. Put simply, it renews my hope and faith in the good of humankind. I’m not the only one who feels this way. I saw your May 30 show in Montreal with my sister-in-law. She was not as familiar with your music. At the intermission, she had tears in her eyes. She turned to me and said “All I can think about when I hear them is my children – what will they aspire to?” You three inspire all of us to test the limits of art, sound, and the human experience. Thank you for being such an important beacon for so many of us. I was lucky enough to attend your Harpa shows on December 29 and 30. Please do this again! Takk fyrir.

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