'Rosalia Wine & Champagne Festival', Budapest City Park, 31 May – 2 June

  • 30 Apr 2019 9:02 AM
'Rosalia Wine & Champagne Festival', Budapest City Park, 31 May – 2 June
Rosalia is an annual spring wine fest in Budapest, where thousands meet up for a few glasses of rosé, sparkling wine, and more. To see what happened last year check out the video below

Opening hours:

31 May, 14:00 - 24:00 Friday
1 June, 11:00 - 24:00 Saturday
2 June, 10:00 - 21:00 Sunday

Music Program:

Friday 31 May
16:00 Young Jazz Talents
18:30 Aurevoir
20:30 Mary Popkids
22:00 Dj Juhász Laci

Saturday 1 June
14:00 Young Jazz Talents
16:00 Bágyi Balázs Quartet feat Pocsai Kriszta
18:00 Peet Project
20:30 Animal Canibals
22:00 DJ Juhász Laci

Sunday 2 June
13:00 Folklore show
18:00 Parno Graszt

Entrance fee & wine tasting
Entrance is free, however drink exhibitors will only serve wine in Rosalia tasting glasses. Stölzle crystal tasting glasses - with Rosalia logo - are available for purchase at the festival while stocks last. 

Tasting glass prices
Single HUF 1,600 / Couple HUF 3,100

Rosalia Lounge Area, inc. VinAgora wine tasting:
HUF 6000 - related  detais here

Payment method
At Rosalia Festival you can pay with a Festipay festival card or MasterCard/Maestro PayPass, VISA payWave contactless bank card. 

Rosalia Festival

Photo credit:
Szigetváry Zsolt

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