Harpa Reykjavik Concert Hall and Conference Centre is a first class conference centre that has received numerous awards and prizes for outstanding facilities. Harpa was chosen the best performance venue in 2011 by Travel & Leisure magazine and in summer 2016 Harpa received the prestigious award as the Best MICE Centre in Europe by Business Destination magazine.
Harpa has 6600 m² of conference space and the largest hall is ready to host 1800 people with a second conference hall that hosts up to 840 people. Various halls can be split or combined in countless ways to accommodate up to 3500 participants. All halls are multifunctional and equipped with the highest acoustic standards and technology with soundproof interpreter rooms. Meeting and function rooms are equipped with business centres and fitted with the latest technology, suitable for all styles of presentations.
A spacious and multifunctional foyer facing both Reykjavik centre and the harbour is designed with the capacity to host exhibitions. Harpa offers outstanding facilities for conventions with accompanying trade shows, conferences, meetings, product launches, concerts and other cultural events. Our team is highly experienced that offers personal and world class customer service to guarantee a successful event. Harpa‘s catering service plays an important role in creating a complete experience.
Harpa is highly in demand as a venue for diverse events. Among the major events and exhibitions that have taken place in Harpa are Design March, Reykjavik Fashion Festival, Reykjavík Chess Tournament, Nike Sneakerball, Food and Fun, Búrið Christmas Food Market and vehicle launches. Among the international conferences that have been held at Harpa from the opening are Eve Online Fanfest, Arctic Circle, Spirit of Humanity Forum, ConneXion 2014, Language Resources and Evaluation Conference –LREC, 33 Congress of the Scandinavian Society of Anaesthesiology and Intensive Care Medicine –SSAI and 67th Nordic Council Meeting 2015.
Harpa is one of Reykjavik‘s greatest landmarks, located by the picturesque Reykjavík harbour in the city centre and features stunning views of the surrounding mountains and the North Atlantic Ocean. Everything you need is within reach like hotels, restaurants, museums, art galleries and shopping as well as various activities and sightseeing in Iceland‘s exotic nature.Harpa is close to public transport and offers a two-level underground parking lot for 550 vehicles.