Hungary's Sziget which takes place on an island in the Danube, Budapest, Hungary from Wednesday 10th to Wednesday 17th August, has announced the addition of The Chemical Brothers (live), Tinie Tempah, Editors, Boy, Borns, Wiwek, Snails, Maduk (ft. MC Mota), Noisia, and Kasra to it's line-up.
Also added to the bill are Jay Hardway, Volt&State, Fedde Le Grand, D-Wayne, Tujamo, Laidback Luke, Apster, StadiumX, Breathe Caroline, Nick Talos, The Blinders, 2empress, Ravitez, Las Salinas, and Yves V.
They join Muse, Rihanna, Sia, Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds, Jake Bugg, Molotov, Travi$ Scott, Crystal Castles, Excision, UNKLE, Jain, Wilkinson, Aurora, Dyro, Oscar & The Wolf, Tourist, Bullet For My Valentine, Roisin Murphy, David Guetta, Jess Glynne, The Last Shadow Puppets, The Lumineers, The Neighbourhood, Years And Years, Parkway Drive, Datsik, Tale Of Us, The Martinez Brothers, Mind Against, Sasha, Sharam, Sam Paganini, Butch, John Digweed, Max Cooper, Woo York, Pulsinger&Irl, Kevin Luke, &Me, Boddika, Behrouz, Mendo, Johannes Heil, Dorisburg, Nastia, Demi, K.I.Z., Kovacs, Rico & Sticks, Bastille, Bloc Party, Chvrches, Sum 41, Nicky Romero, Bring Me The Horizon, John Newman, Kodaline, M83, MØ, Naughty Boy, Parov Stelar, Sigur Ros, Buika, Leningrad, Hackney Colliery Band, Goran Bregovic Wedding And Funeral Band, Rachid Taha, Pannonia All-Stars Ska Orchestra, Baro Drom Orkestar, Django Lassi, Dzambo Agusevi Orkestar, Enzo Avitabile & Bottari, Fanfare Ciocarlia, Aziza Brahim, Cimbaliband, Django Lassi, Dudu Tassa & The Kuwaitis, Fanfare Ciocarlia, Ilaria Graziano, Francesco Forni, Kultur Shock, La Dame Blanche, LA-33, Lajko Felix, Les Hurlements d Leo, Malasaners, Mau Mau, Psycho Mutants, Rupa & The April Fishes, Soviet Suprem, Systema Solar, Varttina, and The Yiddish Twist Orchestra.
For the line-up details as available please click here.
Sziget Festival, (pronounced see'-get) takes place on Óbudai-sziget ("Old-Buda Island"), an island in the Danube, Budapest, Hungary. Taking place in August, the festival started as a local event in 1993 playing host to various Hungarian artists and has grown into a large European festival, showcasing over a thousand international artists, as well as the music, there is; theatre, dance, classical music, cabaret, performances, films, fine art, crafts, literary presentations, programmes for kids, sports and other free time activities.
Sziget hosts hundreds of acts and programs across more than 50 venues that will be announced in the forthcoming months.
A 7 day pass is priced at 249 euros, and a 5 day pass is 199 euros. Tickets are close to selling out.
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