Lőrinc Mészáros, the richest man in Hungary, made headlines when he got married. Now, he has another chance to see his name in the newspapers.
In September, Mészáros got married to Andrea Várkonyi, a TV show host and reporter. The couple chose the Alcsút Arboretum as their wedding venue. The place was cordoned off, and security guards made sure that the event was as private as possible. To read details about the wedding, click HERE.
Magyar Hang reported that the businessman’s company would organise a Christmas party. The aim was to organise the Christmas Gala Event of Mészáros Group to celebrate successes together. The event took place on December 20 starting at 15:00.
The event was at Puskás Academy Sports and Conference Centre, or Pancho Arena, as many people call the place. The participants had to register. There were two entrances and a separate VIP entrance.
According to Magyar Hang, at the event, Lőrinc Mészáros delivered a speech, followed by giving awards. Then, dinner was served, and two Hungarian artists, Majka & Curtis, performed for the guests.
The highlight of the event was the raffle where someone could win a Suzuki SX4 S-cross. After the raffle, the world-famous singer, Enrique Iglesias, entertained the guests.
444.hu wrote that “the information in the papers has since been confirmed: during the day, we also found a private Facebook post made in Felcsút yesterday, showing the owner of the profile with the world-famous Spanish singer in the background.”
24.hu wrote that a reader drew their attention to an Instagram post. GiImar Gomes, the drummer of Enrique Iglesias, posted a video from Budapest, further confirming the possibility that the world-famous singer performed at Mészáros Group‘s event.
Nagy Feró és a Beatrice also performed. The hosts of the event were Vivien Mádai and László Istenes. The organisers of the event allegedly made sure that guests arrived at the Christmas Gala and also got home safely.
Hourly buses transported people from several places, including Alcsútdoboz, Bicske, Herceghalom, and Móricz Zsigmond körtér as part of the travel itinerary.
Source: DNH, 444.hu, 24.hu