Ólafur Arnalds played at Cedar Cultural Center in Minneapolis, United States on 17th Jul 2013, and you can let us know what you thought of the event if you attended, or share some photos with us and other fans.
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So great. Olafur came to Minneapolis a year or two ago after releasing "...and they have escaped" and it was a phenomenal performance. This one was just as great. Thanks Olafur!
My daughter and I drove 6 hours from Canada to see Olafur in concert. She has been listening to his music for a few years and introduced me to it. I knew that after listening to what she has been composing as a result of the inspiration that we had to see him in concert. We were ecstatic to find his concert in Minneapolis and bought tickets the day they went on sale. We were the first in line as there was no way we were driving that far and not going to be in the front row. I can honestly say it is the best concert I have been to in my life! Olafur is the most genuine, down to earth musician and performer I have ever met. Talking to him after the concert was well worth the drive and the wait and we would do it again in a heart beat! Thank you so much for the wonderful evening, hope to see you soon.
I've been listening for years now and to see him live was a dream since I heard the first song! (The first I heard was 3055). I'm so happy I got the chance to talk to him after the show and I really can't express how great it was to meet him.
*the crowd was really receptive
What a fantastic performance. I've been a fan for several years now, but this was my first time seeing live; absolutely worth it. All three musicians on stage put all their effort into the music and really seemed to be enjoying themselves, and the crows was really receptive to all of it. Got to briefly speak with Ólafur after the show and get more info on future performances, along with info on label mates A Winged Victory for the Sullen. All in all a really great night.
First time seeing Olafur Arnalds play after listening to him for 3+ years. It was such an incredible experience. There's nothing better than finding out the most beautiful song ever written is about bath tubs. He signed my cd afterwards and I gave him a handshake and told him thanks. He responded with one of the most genuine "no, thank you"s I have ever heard.
Can't wait for him to come back. Thank you so much.
Such a great performance. Thank you! We look forward to your next visit to MN!