We could also meet a number of performers on the Campus on Friday, the day was started by two Debrecen-related bands, the four-member Árnyéknyúl and Dánielfy Gergő és az Utazók.
According to Dávid Marsalkó, Debrecen is the loudest city. Is he right? We think on Thursday we proved that we can be very loud at concerts.
We can watch the flower cars in 2021, listen to jazz music while drinking delicious wine around the Frog Pond (Békás-tó), and a new programme series will also await visitors in Debrecen.
There were a lot of difficulties entering the first day of this year’s Campus, and those who managed to get in on time were able to party a lot at the concerts.
The outrage over Campus admission problems was huge. The first post-epidemic Festival in Debrecen did not start smoothly. To our knowledge, plenty of festival-goers who already had tickets were forced to wait 2-3 hours to get to Campus.
Campus Festival will be held in Nagyerdő again, after two years Debrecen will be the first major light music festival in the country – the organizers announced at a press conference on Thursday at the Water Tower Gallery.
The Paloznak Jazz Picnic festival to be held near Lake Balaton on July 29-31 will feature international stars such as Italian singer Mario Biondi, German downtempo group De Phazz and Dutch saxophonist Candy Dulfer along with renowned Hungarian performers including Mörk and Manaky trio, the festival’s director said on Wednesday.
The top representatives of Hungarian pop music are going to be present at this summer’s Campus Fesztivál, which is going to be resurrected between July 21 and 25 after a short break last year due to the pandemic. One of the highlights of the series of events, is going to be Egyetem tér.
This year, the Campus Festival will be held in the Big Forest, Debrecen, the director of the event announced the news in a statement on Saturday.
The VéNégy Festival featuring performers from the Visegrad Group is scheduled to be held between June 24 and 27 in Nagymaros, northern Hungary.