Sziget made a huge announcement. The names of three dozen 2023 performers have been thrown into the public consciousness as a teaser, but already at the beginning of the list there is a big name: one of the biggest stars of our time, Billie Eilish, winner of the Oscar, Golden Globe and multiple Grammys, will […]
Deep Purple will give a concert on July 16th, 2023 at the Papp László Budapest Sportarena, the organizer Live Nation told MTI on Wednesday. The records of the band, which has been active for more than half a century and has produced twenty-two studio albums, have sold more than 100 million copies worldwide. Their song […]
This year, the festival could only be organized with significant cost reductions.
The rapper visited Budapest back in 2006 as part of his European tour, and although he has since shot a film in Hungary, he will return to the country for a concert after 16 years on October 25th this year, the Recorder reports.
The SZIGET Festival is over, unfortunately, but this year we found the happiest location to be on. If you are planning to attend the SZIGET next year, don’t miss visiting the Festival Comedy Stage – you won’t be disappointed if you want to meet with super funny, international star comedians.
Budapest’s Sziget Festival opened with a full house of 95,000 visitors on its first day on Wednesday, featuring a concert by Dua Lipa on the event’s main stage. Organisers said in a statement that ticket sales suggested similarly large audiences for concerts on Friday and Saturday, too.
The organisers of this year’s Sziget are spending about as much on headliners as in 2019, the last time Hungary’s biggest music festival took place, chief organiser Tamás Kádár told MTI on Tuesday.
Emeli Sande, Lisa Stansfield, Stereo MC’s and Richard Bona will be among international stars to perform at the Paloznak Jazz Picnic celebrating its 10th anniversary this year, the organisers said on Tuesday.
Tankcsapda, the most popular rock band in Hungary, will start touring with this motto: “Le az utcára, ki a térre!”
John Legend’s summer concert in Budapest is canceled. The June 30 performance of the multiple Grammy-winning soul R&B performer, which would have been in the Sports Arena, is delayed due to the Ukrainian-Russian war.