VOLT Festival, Sopron, 26 – 29 June

  • 12 Mar 2019 9:46 AM
VOLT Festival, Sopron, 26 – 29 June
Sopron’s spectacular annual festival is now on for the 27th time in 2019, this year featuring Parov Stelar, Papa Roach, Robin Schulz, Lost Frequences and many more.

The first VOLT festival was launched with five bands and an audience of 800, but it has since grown into an event series welcoming thousands of performers and was named the best festival in Europe in 2016, a press statement says.

Black Eyed Peas
Parov Stelar
Papa Roach
Cypress Hill
Robin Schulz
Martin Solveig
Lost Frequencies
Jan Blomqvist
Kruder & Dorfmeister
Kollektiv Turmstrasse
Nouvelle Vague
Ugly Kid Joe
Next Level pres: Habstrakt
Bladerunnaz 20: Friction + The Protpesoty

The Telekom VOLT Festival mobile app helps you discover the festival. It helps you start familiarizing yourself with the program, listen into the performers whom you don't know yet, and mark the ones you don't want to miss on site.

You will have a schedule with you all the time, and you can get to see what is happeing any given moment. There is a festival map and you can even follow your Festipay balance. 

Detailed schedule

Daily: HUF 15,990 
4-day: HUF 41,990
3-day: HUF 37,990

9400 Sopron

VOLT Festival

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