Telekom’s VOLT Festival is finally returning to the city of Sopron with an excellent lineup including international stars like Sum41, Skillet, Pendulum, The Killers, Muse, and Bring Me The Horizon. The huge music festival which always attracts the best talents from Hungary and abroad was forced to take a two-year hiatus when concerts were canceled worldwide due to the coronavirus pandemic, but now the schedule is back on track.
VOLT has made it through the difficult lockdown and is emerging stronger than ever, once again hosting world famous headliners from a variety of genres. Not only international stars, but many of Hungary’s best will be performing as well, including Bohemian Betyars, Tankcsapda, Bagossy Brothers Company, Halott Pénz, Majka & Curtis, and many others.
Festival season has already started in Europe, with the German Rock am Ring and Rock im Park festivals hosting audiences numbering 100 thousand people, and tickets for the Austrian Nova Rock Festival being sold out roughly within a week. A similar outcome is expected this year at VOLT, which is scheduled to rock from June 21 to June 26. Further details on the lineup can be found on the festival’s website.
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