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Festivals in Hungary

Hungary has proven itself as a strong figure in the festival circuit. With an Interrail Pass valid in Hungary, the best way to get to these events is by train. Be sure to check out one of these featured festivals in Hungary!

Balaton Sound

Dates: 8 - 12 July 2020

Location: Zamárdi, Lake Balaton

Headliners: Martin Garrix, Don Diablo, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Steve Aoki, Robin Schulz, DJ Snake


Balaton Sound is an ultimate chill zone by day, and a massive party by night. Located next to the Balaton Lake, it's the best place to go for sunshine, summer drinks and the world's best DJ's.


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Balaton Sound music festival takes place in Zamárdi, a small village on the shores of Lake Balaton. From Budapest-Déli train station there are regular trains to Zamárdi. The journey takes around 1.5 hours.



Dates: 7 - 13 August 2019

Location: Budapest

Headliners: Calvin Harris, Dua Lipa, Kings of Leon, Major Lazer, Khalid, Diplo, Foster the People


Sziget is one of Europe’s biggest and best music festivals. With the world’s most famous musicians across a range of genres, there’s a show for every taste. The festival is set on Óbudai-sziget, an island in the Danube River.


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Óbudai-sziget can be reached by metro from all 3 of Budapest’s main train stations. The metro ride will be between 20-45 minutes, depending on which station you leave from.



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VOLT Festival

Frequency's headline acts cover a range of genres, including dance, rock and indie music. Placebo, Oasis, Radiohead, Alt-J and The Prodigy have all featured in past lineups.


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Dates: 1 - 4 July 2020

Location: Sopron

Headliners: Lenny Kravitz, Marshmello, My Chemical Romance, Bring me the Horizon, Passenger 


What started as a small festival with 800 visitors, turned into a great, eclectic experience with artists and visitors from all over the world. With 15 stages and more than 200 shows, this festival offers something for everyone.

Sopron is easily accessible by train. From Budapest it is approximately 2.5 hours. There is also a shorter connection from Vienna, which takes 1.5 hours.

Explore Hungary with Interrail

Go to one of these festivals in Hungary! If you have an Interrail Hungary Pass, you'll be able to travel by train and discover all the sights, sounds and events the country has to offer.