Sziget Festival is Back: 2022 Dates & First Wave of Tickets

  • 3 Aug 2021 11:38 AM
Sziget Festival is Back: 2022 Dates & First Wave of Tickets
Sziget Festival will happen between 10-15 August in 2022 and during the exclusive 48-hour Sziget Season Sale full festival passes and full festival VIP passes will be available for the best price between 12-14 August 2021. 

Standard tickets will be available later in the year.

The Island of Freedom will have a comeback in 2022 with a massive celebration with the biggest artists and most exciting performers of all time.

Due to the pandemic, Sziget had to miss two seasons but it will return in its full glory in the summer of 2022.

In 2019, Sziget, one of the TOP5 festivals in the world, welcomed over 530,000 people from over 100 different countries to watch more than 1000 artists, performers and activists from Ed Sheeran, Foo Fighters and Post Malone to Dr Jane Goodall and Emtithal Mahmoud.     

The Island of Freedom will await Szitizens from all over the world between 10-15 August 2022 and the first release of tickets will be available on Wednesday 12 August 2021 at Euro 250 / Euro 450 VIP) for 48 hours only for those eager to secure their place at next year's ultimate party and freedom experience.

With information on next year’s lineup still to come, one thing is for sure - no one will want to miss out on this incredible celebration, featuring some of the biggest names in music (and beyond).

After the sale is over, tickets will be available later in the year.

More info is available here:
szigetfestival.com


MTI Photo: Balazs Mohai

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