Hungary’s Sziget Festival To Sell Records Signed By 2019’s Headliners For Youth Charity

  • 19 Dec 2019 9:54 AM
Hungary’s Sziget Festival To Sell Records Signed By 2019’s Headliners For Youth Charity
Fresh from winning ‘Best overseas festival’ at the UK Festival Awards last week, Sziget festival announce plans to raise money for youth charity Superar, selling exclusive signed vinyl albums, setlists and instax photos from Sziget’s 2019’s headline acts including Ed Sheeran, Florence & The Machine, Foo Fighters, Post Malone, The National and Twenty One Pilots says a recent press release.

Superar is an initiative, empowering children and young people from underprivileged conditions, through active music-making to overcome their socio-economic boundaries.

Superar sees daily artistic promotion as a promising way of reaching people of every social, ethnic, religious, political and educational background, educating them to be self-sufficient and responsible European citizens.

Superar uses music education as a tool for dialogue between different groups of our society, advocating the importance of equal opportunities for all children.

The following signed items will be available via the festival’s webstore from 11am (cet), December 20th:

Ed Sheeran – X – setlist and instax photo (350 eur)
Florence and The Machine – “High as Hope” – setlist and instax photo (350 Euros)
Foo Fighters – “Foo Fighters” – setlist (300 Euros)
Post Malone – “Beerbongs & Bentleys” – setlist and instax photo (350 Euros)
The National – “Sleep Well Beast” – setlist and instax photo (350 eur)
Twenty One Pilots - “Blurryface” (300 eur)


Photo courtesy of Sziget Festival

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