The “Night of Lights” celebration is a culture and family festival held annually in Reykjanesbær. It dates back to September 2nd 2000 when it constituted a tribute to Reykjavík which held the prestigious title of the European City of Culture in the year 2000. A number of musicians, performers and local artists stage performances and art exhibitions all over town during the three days of the Night of Lights.
Danish Days is a family festival which is held annually in the town of Stykkis- hólmur. Stykkishólmur in the west of Iceland has sometimes been referred to as a Danish town. Danish Days were first celebrated on 21 February 1994 with the involvement of local organizations. On this occasion the town is mostly decorated in the colours of the Danish flag.
Culture Night is the annual event of Reykjavík, the Icelandic capital. It was initiated 1996 and has over time become one of the largest and best-known festivals of the country with rich and diverse cultural events taking place all over the city. Usually over 100,000 visitors will attend the Cultural Night celebrations and its approximately 600 events.