- 20 Jun 2022 9:49 AM
- We Love Budapest
It’s very much a tight-knit community, the founders naming their event after the nursery school they attended way back when, and projecting the same sense of friendship since the first Waldorfeszt in 2010.
In addition to music, theatre, fine arts and film, handicrafts are part of the schedule. Performers are Hungarians – award-winning singer Дeva, acclaimed alt-rockers Csaknekedkislány and the Kollár-Klemencz Chamber Orchestra of underground allure.
Day tickets are 7,500-10,500 in advance, 23,900 for the four days, increasing by 3,000-4,000 forints on-site.
The nearest train station is Zebegény, with an hourly service from Budapest Nyugati (50mins). From there, it's about 2km up Márianosztrai út alongside Medresz stream.
Address: 2627 Zebegény, Márianosztrai út