The VéNégy Festival featuring performers from the Visegrad Group is scheduled to be held between June 24 and 27 in Nagymaros, northern Hungary.
Budapest’s Sziget Festival, a week of music, culture and other events held on an island in the Danube, is being postponed until 2022 due to the coronavirus pandemic, organisers said on Thursday.
Hungary’s Balaton Sound and Telekom VOLT music festivals are being postponed until 2022 due to the coronavirus pandemic, organisers said.
The Paloznak Jazz Picnic near Lake Balaton is set to be held between July 29 and 31 and feature saxophonist Candy Dulfer, singer Mario Biondi and groups MF Robots and De Phazz, organisers said.
Online concerts are held at five venues in Budapest and one in Felvidék on Jazznap.hu from December 3rd to 5th.
This year’s MTV European Music Awards ceremony will be held in Budapest on November 8, offering television viewers a virtual show broadcast from Budapest and London, the Hungarian Tourism Agency said in a statement. Government spokesperson Alexandra Szentkirályi said in the statement that “one of the largest and most followed awards ceremonies of pop music” […]
True to its tradition, the School of Rock started the 2020/2021 school year with street music. The event got even more colourful due to the announcement that István Puskás, Vice Mayor responsible for cultural affairs made. Last year, the General Assembly of the city adopted a concept created in the spirit of developing unprompted musical […]
Government Spokeswoman Alexandra Szentkirályi told a press briefing that the government has decided to provide 2.12 billion forints (EUR 6.1m) of funding to support music festival and concert organisers whose business has been hard hit by the coronavirus crisis.
The government will provide over 5 billion forints (EUR 14.5m) to help the organisation of some 150 small-scale concerts by pop musicians who have been heavily impacted by the coronavirus epidemic, a government spokesperson said on Facebook.
Members of the Hungarian Festival Association (MFSZ) believe a reduction in the VAT rate on event ticket prices from 27% to 5% is necessary to help the industry get through the coronavirus crisis, the association’s chairman said in Monday’s edition of business daily Világgazdaság.