Balaton Sound Festival, Zamárdi, 29 June - 2 July

  • 2 Jun 2022 4:22 PM
Balaton Sound Festival, Zamárdi, 29 June  - 2 July
This mainly electronic music festival, held annually by a picturesque part of Lake Balaton, is one of the largest open-air events in Europe.

Sound, as the cool cats call it, features a diverse musical offering set across 9 stages, plus there are 'immersive theatrical performances' and 'carnivals'.

The line-up this year includes international stars such as Paul Kalkbrenner, Martin Garrix, Modestep,  Becky Hill,  Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Alesso Carnage, Paul van Dyk and so many more.

Each year an increasing number of festival-goers take the trip to enjoy daytime gigs by the water, savouring the flavours of summer festival food, refreshing at the many open-air bars, before dancing the night away to pumping beats!

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