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Welcome & thanks for enjoying a moment with us here to see what's 'Buzzing in Budapest'
- you're in good company together with over 30,000 fellow Xpats in the Loop.

1.  First up, here's is a quick look at a great variety of happenings here next month:
* International Film Festival in Hungary, 1 - 9  Sept,
* Generali Night Run in Budapest, 2 Sept,
* Free Concert by Festival Orchestra, Budapest Heroes’ Square, 2 Sept,
* Budapest Wine Festival, Castle District, 7 - 10 Sept,
* Korean Cultural Festival: Film, Music and Cuisine, 8 Sept,
* Rum Show, Millenáris Park Budapest, 9 Sept,
* Jewish Cultural Festival in Budapest, 3 - 12 Sept,
* Louis Tomlinson Concert, Budapest Aréna, 15 Sept,
* Taste The Best 100 Hungarian Wines at Corinthia Budapest, 16 Sept,
* Free Chain Bridge Festival: Reopening Celebration, 16 Sept,
* Pink Running Event: Race for the Cure in Csopak, 17 Sept,
* Brain Bar Festival, House of Music Budapest, 21 - 22 Sept,
* Independent Records Fair, House of Music Budapest, 23 Sept,
* She Wants Revenge Gig - Lady Gaga's Favourites at Dürer Kert, 24 Sept,
* Costello & Nieve in Concert, Palace of Arts Budapest, 30 Sept,
* Budapest International Book Festival, 28 Sept - 1 Oct.

2. Next, you can see a wide selection of events happening these days below and in Xpat Calendar:
E.g. Downtown Beer Fest, Techno Yoga, Japanese Drummers, Modern Jazz, Unplugged Local Rock.

3. Also for your interest there are new Movies and Specials, plus News, Information & Inspiration:
E.g. Hottest Ever Dawn, Szentendre Getaway Guide, Tranzit Festival Roundup, First Dinosaur Park.

We hope you like what's in it for you.
Best wishes from Team XpatLoop

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Calendar highlights

Modern Jazz Concert: Gereben Quintet

Zita Gereben’s velvety voice and personal onstage presence ensure an unforgettable evening. She has recently released her new album, which is a tasteful combination of electronic dance, jazz, R’n’B and funk.

31 August - Budapest Jazz Club

Taiko Japanese Drummers in Budapest

The drummers of Taiko Hungary transport the audience to the ancient world of Japan. Their sound symbolises life and strength, a celebration and shared experience that bring people together - in this case at Pozsonyi Picnik.

2 September - Jászai Mari Tér Budapest

Jewish Festival Concert: Budapest Klezmer Band

According to Ferenc ‘Fegya’ Jávori, founder of the equally legendary Budapest Klezmer Band, ‘klezmer is a mirror of the relationship between peoples’. These include Eastern Europeans and Yiddish-speaking Jews.

3 September - Dohány Street Synagogue Budapest,

Healthy High: Techno Yoga

The first techno yoga of the autumn season is taken by instructor Kinga Tauber, and features neon body painting, UV lights and DJ Sabira. Deep, rhythmic techno induces body energy and mind relaxation. Bring a warm top for after.

4 September - Akvárium Klub Budapest

Jewish Jazz: Omri Mor Trio

The musical roots of this virtuoso Israeli pianist and composer go back to the Arab-Andalusian world, from European classics to jazz. Omri Mor is also part of the orchestra of famed double bassist Avishai Cohen.

5 September - Rumbach Street Synagogue

Locals Rock: Triász Band

Three old muckers in de rigueur black got together a decade ago to revive a bunch of lost songs from rock’s rich tapestry in unplugged format. Band members include Béla Jankai of 1980s’ stalwarts Prognózis.

6 September - Sirona Ship Budapest


Sunday Brunch is Back @ Matild Café in Budapest

Embark on a culinary journey curated by Wolfgang Puck and his expert team, as they unveil an enchanting new chapter of Sunday Brunches at Matild Café.

Rum Show: Take a Tasting Journey, Millenáris Park, 9 September

After the successful first such show in 2022, you are invited to the Rum Show Budapest thsi year. Please note, this time the event will take place in D building of Millenáris called Üvegcsarnok or Glass Hall.

Enter the Modular Wardrobe Concept by Milan Kelecsenyi

After more than 10 years spent working as a personal stylist and tailoring specialist for men, Milan developed a concept which he says is easily adaptable to men’s wardrobe building.

New movies in Budapest