Duna-Part Festival, Ráckeve , 6 - 8 July

  • 19 Jun 2023 7:37 AM
Duna-Part Festival, Ráckeve , 6 - 8 July
Now in its second year, this ‘festival for everyone’ offers three days of concerts on four stages on the banks of the Ráckeve branch of the Danube.

Performers include Bëlga, Elefánt, Tankcsapda, ByeAlex and Slepp, Beton.Hofi, Carson Coma, Manuel, Aurevoir, Bagossy Brothers Company and many more.

Go green partying:

This festival, held in the natural environment by the Danube, stands out among Hungarian festivals by not only emphasizing sustainability in words but also in actions.

For every 100 daily tickets sold, the organizers plant a tree sapling, also they plan to increase their use of renewable energy and reward those who arrive at the event by public transportation with a benefit coupon.

Additionally, the festival is completely plastic-free, and waste is collected selectively.

Getting there:

The easiest way to reach it is by taking the H6 suburban railway (HÉV) from Soroksár, since its stop is only 300 meters away from the venue.

To ensure everyone can comfortably return home afterwards, an additional night-time HÉV service is provided during the festival, starting at 1:35 am and operating all the way to the final stop at Vágóhíd.

Location: Kossuth Lajos utca 84, 2300 Ráckeve.
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