In case you didn't know, there is an Icelandic Museum of Punk. And in case you were unaware, Iceland Airwaves 2016 kicked off on Wednesday night with legendary punk icon John Lydon acting as host during the opening ceremony at the brand new punk museum.

The former Sex Pistols frontman had never been to the country of Iceland before and he used to opportunity to talk to the crowd about the imporantance of punk rock and toilets. "I can't say I've looked at the museum... But I saw a toilet down there and left my mark on it," he joked, considering the Icelandic punk museum is located in what used to be a public bathroom for women in Reykjavík.

Iceland Airwaves festival continues until November 6 with a line-up that includes Björk, PJ Harvey, Dizzee Rascal, Of Monsters and Men, Warpaint and many others.