Bryan Ferry and band played two nights at the brand new concert hall Harpa Reykjavík in Iceland in late May.

From Icelandic TV Interview:

“I can see it’s very beautiful. It’s great when the sun comes out … like anywhere. And it looks lovely and fresh, you know. Quite different from London.”

The Bryan Ferry concert in Reykjavik marked the start of the international Nelson Mandela days in Iceland. The Bryan Ferry concert was held in cooperation with The Reykjavík Arts Festival as part of the festival’s programme.

Packed HouseBryan Ferry played to a full house (which included the president of Iceland and his wife along with several of the main politicians of the country).

Whale watching off the coast of Iceland.

Setlist revisions before the second gig on Monday night.

Geothermal Pool time

The setlist:

I Put A Spell On You – Slave To Love – Don’t Stop The Dance – Just Like Tom Thumbs Blues – Make You Feel My Love – Don’t Think Twice It’s All Right – If There Is Something – Casanova – Alphaville – Reason Or Rhyme – Like A Hurricane – Tara – Carrickfergus – Chance Meeting – Bitter Sweet – More Than This – Avalon – My Only Love – All Along The Watchtower – Love Is The Drug – Editions Of You – Let’s Stick Together -Jealous Guy – Hold On I’m Coming