A mini street music festival is organized this week in Újkert, Debrecen.
Government Spokeswoman Alexandra Szentkirályi told a press briefing that the government has decided to provide 2.12 billion forints (EUR 6.1m) of funding to support music festival and concert organisers whose business has been hard hit by the coronavirus crisis.
The government will provide over 5 billion forints (EUR 14.5m) to help the organisation of some 150 small-scale concerts by pop musicians who have been heavily impacted by the coronavirus epidemic, a government spokesperson said on Facebook.
Members of the Hungarian Festival Association (MFSZ) believe a reduction in the VAT rate on event ticket prices from 27% to 5% is necessary to help the industry get through the coronavirus crisis, the association’s chairman said in Monday’s edition of business daily Világgazdaság.
The Paloznak Jazz Picnic festival to be held near Lake Balaton on Aug 20-22 will feature international stars such as Germany’s De Phazz and the Netherlands’ Candy Dulfer along with over 40 Hungarian performers, the festival’s director said.
The fifth yoUDay, the unique and exclusive commencement and opening ceremony of the academic year of the University of Debrecen, is to be organized on 16 September 2020.
Budapest’s Sziget Festival, the Volt Festival and Balaton Sound are being cancelled in view of the novel coronavirus epidemic.
This year, Debrecen joins this huge international event, too.
Do you like board games or playing cards?🃏 Have you ever tried Jenga while being blindfolded? 👀❌ We hope you are free on 19th of March, because we’re organizing an epic Game Night & Uno Championship.🏆 If you want to participate in the championship please fill this form: https://debrecen.esn.hu/game_night_plus_uno 📍Location: Sheldon’s Bar 📅Date: 19th of […]
‼️ The following event is NOT exclusively for Erasmus Students. All students are more than welcome ‼️