Sziget announces new names for the 2019 edition. Charlie Winston, De Wolff, Shake Shake Go and more will perform on VOLT Stage in Budapest from 7 to 13 August.

The names for the VOLT Stage are out. This is the first time that non-Hungarian acts will perform there. You can see the full list below:

  • Anima Sound System
  • Blackwave.
  • Bohemian Betyars
  • Charlie Winston
  • Cosha
  • DeWolff
  • Fran Palermo
  • Gili Yalo
  • Gold Star
  • Gunwood
  • Ivan & The Parazol
  • Juniore
  • L’entourloop
  • Müller Péter Sziami Andfriends
  • Phum Viphurit
  • Platon Karataev
  • Psycho Mutants
  • Romano Drom
  • Sena
  • Shake Shake Go
  • Stella Donelly
  • The Angelcy
  • The Inspector Cluzo
  • Uzgin Üver
  • The Sellout
  • Wild Front

You can see the announcement below:

Sziget had already announced a groundbreaking lineup, with the Europa Stage as well as the big guns including Ed Sheeran, Foo FightersFlorence + the MachinePost MaloneThe National and Martin Garrix who will all take the main stage of the festival this summer. The techno stage, aka the Colosseum, has also been announced.

Last year, Sziget broke all its all time attendance record. They sold out many days and the overall number of visitors totalled around 500.000! That only gave optimism to the organisers who, according to Tamás Kádár – CEO, increased the lineup budget to 1.5 million euros. Therefore the Szitizens can once again expect to see world-class musicians with more names following soon.

Charlie Winston

Charlie Winston is a British singer-songwriter. He had his first success in Europe when he released his first single “Like a Hobo” in 2009, getting a high position in the French, Belgian, Austrian and German charts. After four studio albums, Charlie Winston is recognised as a great performer on stage. Listen to him live at Vieilles Charrues 2009 above.

Sziget 2019

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The Sziget Festival is a week-long festival held in August and is one of the largest music and cultural festivals in Europe. Since Sziget actually means island in Hungarian, it is held on an island in the river Danube, in Budapest, Hungary. The first festival was held in 1993 and it was actually just a small student event that got bigger through the years and is now one of the largest, covering all kinds of music from rock, indie, reggae to electronic.

  • Location: Budapest, Hungary.
  • Date: 7-13 August 2019.
  • Tickets: From €259 (5-days pass) and €299 (7-days pass). Purchase by instalments is possible.
  • For more information, visit our festival page or the official website.

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