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This Seven Day Music Festival in Budapest Is All Any Euro-Festy Hopper Talks About


| July 16, 2017

Sziget Music Festival is celebrating its 25th year this August. The festival is home to over 1,000 acts, and nearly 500,000 people from over 120 countries around the globe. That's a lot of people, and with the seven internationally known headliners at the top of a very long docket, we understand why.

However, Sziget is more than just live music. Of course, GO EXPLORE NEW MUSIC, go catch some of your favorites, and dance the night away under the stars on the Danube River with new friends. But also go see some of the live performance acts like the fire dancing Firebirds, Machine de Cirque, or comedian Dickie Richards. The options are endless. 

But wait, there's more! Festival attendees are welcome to join the yoga and belly dance workshops, fire dance and juggling workshops, educated 'talks' with artists and people of interest, boat tours of the city and castles of Budapest on the Danube River, and much more!

And if that's not enough, you should probably sit down and watch this 2016 after movie.



Yes, 2017 tickets are still available. Whether you go this year (August 9 - 16), or 5 years from now, Sziget invites everyone to the party. For the full music and performance schedule, tickets, and other info click HERE

I am grateful to have the opportunity to attend Sziget Festival this year. Stay tuned on Sziget Festival updates as well as a ton of other music festivals HERE on iEDM. As you prepare your outfits, check out the Festival Collection HERE for inspiration! 


about the writer

Zach Landis

Zach Landis

Read More...Zach has been active in the concert and nightlife community for over 12 years. With a background in hip hop, and an evolved love for future bass music and EDM festivals, he has insight on just about every genre on the spectrum.

Zach enjoy's spinning poi and going to live music shows for fun. In the summer of 2017, Zach will be backpacking across Europe to dig into the music scene across the pond.

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