Sziget Festival is an international week long music and art festival that takes place in Budapest, Hungary. The festival attracted in 2015 a record number of 440,000 visitors and has been lately called the East European Glastonbury. It takes place on an island in the middle of the Danube river and attracts among the locals also many foreigners namely from France, the Netherlands, Italy or Belgium.
The whole Sziget experience is not about cheap alcohol or hot weather, but mainly about music, art and theatre performances. It is a full cultural experience that you can hardly find anywhere else.
In 2015, I invited #Alpaca to come and enjoy the festival with me. Daily we were posting pictures on both Instagram and on Facebook. But majority of the content was being published on this blog. Interested in seeing how we saw Sziget festival 2015?
#Sziget2015 as Alpaca saw it:
To read the diary entries, click on the picture to get redirected to the particular day summary.
Further reading about Sziget festival
Related articles about Sziget festival on my blog. How is a festival for 440,000 people being built? How does the Hajogyari Obudai island look like without the festival? Check out these blog entries on how the festival grows as mushrooms after rain.
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