Discounted tickets are available now until Sunday, and from next week onwards, the on-site ticket prices will apply.

Last year, 118,000 people partied under the trees of the Nagyerdő over four days, with Robin Schulz, Parov Stelar, Majka and Azahriah among others.

There will be no shortage of audience favourites this year either, with the entire Hungarian pop music scene, including world stars such as Rita Ora and Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike,of which the festival budget could only allow one so far.

“And don’t forget that Martin Solveig will be our guest, also a very famous, popular and renowned DJ and Azahriah will also be performing, but Tankcsapda will play three concerts of three different styles at the festival,” CEO of Campus Nonprofit Public Benefit Ltd. Péter Miklósvölgyi said.

The event will feature 15 stages, hundreds of performers and supporting programmes. As in previous years, the University of Debrecen will be present and a complete so-called job street will be created at the entrance of the festival, where companies operating in the region will be represented.

An important new feature this year is that the entrance cashier’s desk has been moved a little further back from the Pörgettyű statue (Gyroscope statue).

We think we can create a much more structured entrance zone there, and reduce queuing, so this will also be a novelty this year,” Péter Miklósvölgyi added..

So far, ticket sales are on the same pace as last year. And from this week until the 20th of July, festival tickets and passes will also be available at the ticket sales point in the city centre. Eastern Hungary’s biggest popular music event will take place between the 24th and the 28th of July.

For years now, tickets and season tickets for the Campus Festival have been sold on a system where the earlier you buy them, the less you have to pay. There are usually several ticket price rounds, the last one being midnight on the 30th of June. Tickets can be purchased at ticket.campusfestival.com, with on-site prices taking effect from the 1st of July. More information is available on the Campus Festival website.

Source: dehir.hu

Author: Debrecen4U