The Music Festival of Your Life!

Sziget festival is one of the most iconic things of the Hungarian summer. The seven day party extravaganza features many international performers, creating the usual grand festival experience that all visitors of Sziget learned to love and adore!

The 23rd annual Sziget festival takes place between August 10 and 17 and will feature the likes of Robbie Williams, Kings of Leon, Avicii, Florence & The Machine, Kasabian, Limp Bizkit and many more! With several venue, inlcuding the Main Stage, A38 Stage, Telekom Arena… ok, we will not list them all, there are a total of nineteen stages. Indeed, everyone can find their kind of music at Sziget!

Tickets start at EUR 219, which includes a five-day pass to the music festival, camping, amenities like shower and such. There are several options to get better accommodations, including better camping places, tents, houses and even spots for caravan homes. The city pass option will get you free public transportation, discounts on Budapest’s spas, and free shuttle service to the festival!

Here’s what people say about Sziget:

If you’re searching for an adventure with the best music you can imagine, you’re looking for Sziget Festival. Just enjoy the perfect line-up with several kinds of delicious food, szitizens of different nations with a pint of beer in your hand. Free your mind and soul.

- SzitizenErased

One of the biggest festivals in europe, in a magical city. It is so much fun with lots of friends. You can meet plenty of people all around the world, drink as much as you want and have fun with some quality music.

- Funda Y

If you don’t know where to go this summer.. and you want a summer of fun, freedom, happines, great wheater (most times), incredible performers and more.. You must go to Sziget!

- Amy B

The week of Sziget is usually quite insane. During the days of the festival the whole city of Budapest turns into a crazy party, meaning that fun can indeed be had in and outside of the festival. What better way is there to explore the best ruin pubs and party places of Budapest, than going on an awesome pub crawl?