With no firework restrictions, the people of Iceland make their own fireworks display and share it online!

Iceland’s unique fireworks display, made by the people, for the people, will be shared with the world on New Year’s Eve and into the New Year live online at www.icelandnaturally.com, in cooperation with leading telecommunications provider, Mila.
New Year's Eve in Iceland is a spectacular celebration. Festivities traditionally start with a family dinner, followed by bonfires (brenna), where family, friends and neighbors gather to enjoy the warm fire and celebrate with music. According to Icelandic folklore, there are several magical traditions that happen on New Year's Eve: cows talk, seals take on human form, the dead rise from their graves and elves move houses.
At midnight Icelandic time, a brilliant display of fireworks will be unleashed. With no restrictions on fireworks, the entire population of Reykjavik, approximately 200,000 people, creates its own fireworks show. Fireworks are mainly sold by the Icelandic Association for Search and Rescue (ICE-SAR), to raise funds for the courageous volunteer association. After midnight, the nightclubs and pubs are open for business, with dancing and celebrating lasting well into the morning.
Do not miss the massive fireworks display broadcasted live online here at 7:00 p.m. Eastern Standard Time / 4:00 p.m. Pacific Time. Click here to join the event on Facebook and be sure to tweet @IcelandNatural using the hashtag #ReykjavikNYE!
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We look forward to celebrating with you!