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Sziget reveal expansive multi-genre line-up for Europe stage

Sziget reveal expansive multi-genre line-up for Europe stage

30 acts from 20 countries across Europe join the blockbuster bill for the continent’s answer to Glastonbury, with new artists to discover at every turn during Budapest’s week-long culture clash

Date: 7 – 13 August 2019
Venue: Óbudai-sziget, Budapest, Hungary

Championing new music from across the continent, Sziget’s Europe Stage showcases artists about to break in Europe. Highlights this year include underground French hip-hop hero Hippocampe Fou, nine-piece Dutch electronic instrumental collective Jungle By Night, Czech Celtic punk band Pipes and Pints, Belgian rap trio L’ Or du Commun and more. This eclectic line-up sits within a major programme of music, arts, performance and more across 60 stages with over 1000 acts across the week-long bucket list festival. One, three, five and seven-day tickets and accommodation options for Sziget 2019 are now on sale, with ticket prices set to rise on 9 May. For more information, head to szigetfestival.com

A Sziget newcomer, Sophie Hunger is nothing if not versatile. A singer-songwriter, film composer, multi-instrumentalist and bandleader, the Swiss star’s special blend of electro-folk has won her a cult following across Europe. Italian indie-pop-rap-duo Coma Cose unparalleled onstage energy takes influence from techno and drum’n’bass raves and promises to be a stage highlight, while Latvian indie rockers Carnival Youth – one of the most successful new generation bands in Europe – will bring their own energy with unavoidably catchy tunes.

For 2019, the Ibis presents Europe Stage also host Polish rockstars Cheap Tobacco, home grown Hungarian pop heroes Mongooz and the Magnet, serene Netherlands-based singer-songwriter Naaz and more.

Sziget is proud of its international inclusivity and welcomes more than 1,000 artists from over 60 countries.

The festival welcomes 500,000+ Szitizens from over 100 countries each year. Programming is dedicated to embracing diversity as a part of its ‘Love Revolution’, using the power of the community to celebrate and bring love, acceptance, tolerance and freedom to the heart of Budapest and beyond.

Sziget brings together a programme of world music, theatre, cabaret, installations, performances and art. Set in the heart of Budapest on Óbuda Island, Sziget is a community built festival and known as the ‘Island of Freedom’.

Headline acts this year are Ed Sheeran, Florence + The Machine, Foo Fighters, The 1975, Post Malone, Twenty One Pilots, Martin Garrix and The National, and with preparations well underway for next August, year 27 is set to be Sziget’s biggest and best festival to date.

Sziget returns in 2019 between 7 – 13 August. Three-day tickets are now on sale starting at €209, with ticket prices set to increase on 9 May. For more details on Sziget head to szigetfestival.com.

IBIS PRESENTS EUROPE STAGE LINE-UP

Hippocampe Fou
Jungle by Night
Bosse
47Sou
Maruja Limón
Algiers
Sophie Hunger
Lord Esperanza
Coma Cose
L’ Or du Commun
Whispering Sons
Carnival Youth
Naaz
Leoniden
I Hate My Village
Lucille Crew
Idiotape
The Ringo Jets
Ivan Dorn
Pipes & Pints
La Ganga Calé
Rendez-Vous
Celeste Buckingham
Mörk
Esti Kornél
Satellites
Belau
Cheap Tobacco
Hearts Hearts
Mongooz and the Magnet

FULL LINE-UP

Foo Fighters
Ed Sheeran
Florence + The Machine
Post Malone
Twenty One Pilots
The 1975
Martin Garrix
The National
Richard Ashcroft
Franz Ferdinand
James Blake
Years&Years
Tove Lo
Catfish & The Bottlemen
Mura Masa
Kodaline
Chvrches
Johnny Marr
Jungle
Tom Odell
The Blaze
Razorlight
Big Thief
Son Lux
Richie Hatin CLOSER
Honne
Maribou State
David August
Jain
IDLES
Yeasayer
Yellow Days
Broken Social Scene
Parcels
Superorganism
Pale Waves
Tove Styrke
Boy Pablo
Masego
Iamddb
Protoje &The Indiggnation
Xavier Rudd
Coheed and Cambria
Frank Turner & The Sleeping Souls
Alma
Gang Of Youths
Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes
W&W
Vini Vici
Carnage
Jax Jones Live
Sigala
Yungblud
Of Mice & Men
Wanda
Elderbrook
Sonny Fodera
Polo & Pan
Khruangbin
Anna of The North
Roosevelt
Black Mountain
Hucci
Fakear
Grace Carter
Tamino
Valeras
Welshly Arms
Ocean Alley
Burak Yeter

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