From crowd surfing to the surreal, our photos from Iceland's biggest music festival
Since the proliferation of music festivals means you have your pick of locations, choosing wisely can make the difference between a good and an epic time. To make sure the steep ticket prices and airfare is worth it, an appealing setting along with an exceptional line-up and the unparalleled parties that follow pretty much guarantees fun. One that continuously stays a cut above the rest is Airwaves, Iceland's premiere music celebration that we decided to check out again after witnessing the insanity of the four-day event last year.
For 2010's edition, we asked London-based photographer Craig Thomas to capture some of the Reykjavik flavor that makes this festival so remarkable. The upshot takes a look at the local youth culture, the liberally-minded city itself and of course, the music and venues that are the foundation of the whole scene.
Check out more of Thomas' surreal photos and his personal commentary in the gallery below.
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