Video: 'EFOTT' Festival, Lake Velence, 10 – 16 July

  • 15 May 2018 10:17 AM
Video: 'EFOTT' Festival, Lake Velence, 10 – 16 July
EFOTT is not only a mega summer party for students by a lake not too far from Budapest, besides concerts the organizers say they put great emphasis on sporting and cultural activities, and also on gastronomic delights.

With around 100.000 visitors nowadays, EFOTT is one of the largest and most significant annual summer festivals in Hungary.

The range of daytime programmes has grown year by year, not only in number but in quality too: including beach soccer, cinema, international stars, bigname DJs, and more than 100 Hungarian artists. 

One of the main purposes of EFOTT, apart from great entertainment, is to help visitors get to know themselves, and Hungary. That's what the organisers say is the reason why the festival has been gaining international recognition since its beginnings in 1976.

Check out the video below to see what happened last year.

2018 Line-up

Dub FX
Jessie J
John Newman
Volbeat

...and many more Hungarian artists. 

Click here for the detailed schedule

Daily tickets are relatively inexpensive compared to other summer festivals, between HUF 5 to 10,000, more about pricing and accommodation available via this link.

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