'Musical Budapest': 500 Free Mini-Concerts

  • 29 May 2018 11:32 AM
'Musical Budapest': 500 Free Mini-Concerts
More than 500 mini-concerts within three months at ten locations, all for free. The Musical Budapest program series is now on at outdoor venues right around Budapest until the middle of August.

This concert series has been a success among Budapest locals, expats and tourists alike since 2015.

Audiences can listen to 15-20 minute live outdoor concerts featuring different types of music to suit their surroundings.

Folk music, classical and jazz will all be represented at the program, each time theer will be two short concerts by different artists, one after the other, at each location.

One example location:

Timing of performances at Fisherman's Bastion:

Every Sunday, Monday, Tuesday at 4 pm & 4.30 pm

Address: 1014 Budapest, Szentháromság tér

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