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Tiszavirág Festival14-18 June, 2022

Tiszavirág FestivalSzolnok

 

 

Dear Visitors,

 

Please be advised that the events and programmes announced on the website will be held depending on the severity of the prevailing pandemic situation. As such, the information in the article serves information purposes only. The organisers reserve the right to cancel or postpone such events and programmes. Make sure to visit the events’ official website for the latest news.

Tiszavirág Festival

Cult, community-driven, international events and activities await visitors of all ages at the Tiszavirág Festival, the largest free cultural festival in central Hungary.

Tiszavirág Festival is one of the friendliest festivals around with something on offer for everyone. Here you can enjoy performances while sat comfortably on the grass with a spritzer in hand, or, if the mood takes you, jump up and dance the night away to heart-warming rhythms.

 

2022 will be the fifteenth year that Szolnok and the bank of the Tisza River hosts audiences, offering magnificent nightly entertainment between the 14th and the 18th of June to coincide with the wonderful mayfly spectacle, fondly known as the „blooming of the Tisza”.

 

This festival blends the unique with a wonderfully relaxing atmosphere, as the parks and ancient chestnut trees of the city center become a temporary home for thousands of visitors. With its high-quality music, wide range of gastronomy, artisanal products, and boat trips on the River Tisza, the festival offers plenty to entertain and relax, including a Craft Fair showcasing street and puppet theater, as well as wonderful beer, wine, and palinka for refreshment.

 

The Park Cinema will screen light-hearted films for all, with the museum courtyard being used as a summer theatre, and the evenings will see wonderful light projections to inspire and delight, as well as exciting and eclectic performers taking to the stage.

 

Come and join the party!

 

 

More information: https://www.tiszaviragfesztival.hu/

 

Photos: Tiszavirág Festival/Mihály Kozma