We’ve found out when and with whom festival-goers can party. International stars will be joined by local acts and emerging talent on the Campus stages.
From 20th to 24th July, Campus Festival will once again be the place to be for all the party lovers. Already in November, it was announced that names such as Tiësto, Norway’s Aurora, the UK’s The Toy Dolls, and Jungle by Night will also be playing at the festival. As recently reported by Dehir, Zara Larsson, something like Sigel, will also be performing.
Dutch star DJ Tiësto is sure to put together one of the most memorable sets in the festival’s history, featuring EDM, progressive house, and trance. We’ve also known since the autumn that the Norwegian singer Aurora, with her unique voice and personality, will be performing in Debrecen, her career having been boosted in recent years by the well-known theme song to Ice Magic and the unexpected TikTok craze. They will be joined by newcomer Zara Larsson from Sweden as the headliner of Friday’s event,” said programme director András Süli.
The festival will again host more than 200 Hungarian performers this year. Campus remains the only major festival that dedicates its own stage to rock music and, in addition to the aforementioned foreign names, offers more than 30 prominent Hungarian rock/punk/metal artists the chance to perform.
The detailed daily programme is published on the festival’s Facebook page.
On Wednesday, the British electronic duo Chase & Status will perform, while Halott Pénz, Rúzsa Magdi, Follow the Flow, Bohemian Betyars, Budapest Bár and Vad Fruttik will take to the stage, as well as a number of other acts.
On Thursday, Tiësto will be performing, as well as Tankcsapda, Wellhello, Australian punk band Deez Nuts, Road, Margaret Island, Pápai Joci, Hiperkarma, and Leander Kills. On Friday, Zara Larsson will be performing, along with Sigala, Kowalsky, and Vega, 30Y, and Tamás Horváth.
On Saturday, Aurora, Majka and Curtis, The Toy Dolls, Azahriah, and the Swedish Goodboys will also be there.
The line-up includes the most popular bands that attract crowds of thousands, as well as emerging talent. In response to the needs of the newest generation, hip hop, rap and trap will have their own stage this year, and a new venue for underground electronic music will be launched in the trees of the Great Forest, in a unique atmosphere, in collaboration with the locally renowned Forest Bump.
Day tickets and season tickets for the festival are available here.