Debrecen’s Campus Festival 2023, will once again be a festival of musical diversity, with world-class music artists and performers and an exciting programme of events. One of Hungary’s biggest summer cultural events, the event attracted 116,000 visitors over four days in 2022. The Debrecen festival will be 15 years old next year, so the preparations are even bigger and more exciting than usual, and now the first names have been announced.
For the first time, two world stars have been announced for next summer’s Campus: ZAZ and Robin Schulz, and today more than 30 national artists have been announced. András Süli, Festival Programme Director, said. We’re offering a first taste of the national scene now, but we’ll only lift the veil on a lot of bands later. One thing is for sure: Campus 2023 will continue to be the most diverse and adventurous music festival ever, with a dedicated stage for hip-hop and a unique stage for rock and metal, as well as a wide range of musical delights and exciting young talent from all genres.
For those interested in other genres, the fifteenth festival will also feature a few special features that we can’t reveal just yet.” Starting on 19th July 2023, the event will take place over four evenings in the unrivalled setting of the Great Forest, the best-equipped and shadiest festival venue in the country.
Next summer, the Campus’ main stage will host the most talented DJ-producer of his generation, Germany’s Robin Schulz, as well as French diva ZAZ, who mixes chanson, jazz, and soul. Both artists are chart-toppers, and their hits are followed and listened to by millions around the world, Schulz on 20th July and Zaz on 22nd July in Debrecen, the most comfortable summer festival in Hungary.
Early bird tickets for the 2023 Campus Festival will be available until 31st December 2022, and an exclusive Christmas exclusive gift ticket will be available soon.
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