The MODEM Center for Modern and Contemporary Art celebrates its 17th birthday in 2023 with a full-day event on 9 September. The birthday celebration includes guided tours, guest performances, pop-up skate jam, and live dj party.(more…)
August is coming to its end, but summer is far from being over. Luckily the weather is still great, perfect for some more watery adventures. Aquaticum Strand awaits you with night bathing, foam party and Beach Volleyball Championship at the last weekend of August.(more…)
Jewish flavors, prayers, and melodies. Debrecen’s rich Jewish heritage will be in the focus again on the Debrecen Jewish Cultural Days and the 2nd Debrecen Jewish Street Festival.
The last weekend of the summer is worth taking advantage of, as ALL-IN Debrecen will once again focus on the diverse Jewish cultural heritage including Jewish flavors, prayers, and melodies.(more…)
MODEM Centre for Modern and Contemporary Art Center open its new exhibition on August 26, 2023. Marcell Esterházy and his co-creators’ exhibition is entitled Timelines.
MODEM Centre for Modern and Contemporary Art Center opens a new exhibition on August 26, 2023. Marcell Esterházy and his co-creators’ exhibition is entitled Timelines. It reflects on reflects on the intersection of twentieth-century global and Hungarian history, as well as literary history and family histories, presenting the process of personal past processing, highlighting its compassionate attitude.(more…)
Debrecen is the capital of 3×3 in Hungary that gives home again to three international 3×3 events in late August and early September. The venue is the same as before, the city main square with the amazing Reformed Great Church in the background.(more…)
There comes a night every year that puts animals in the spotlight. The 12th annual Night at the Zoo is coming up on August 25 at Zoo Debrecen, this time offering visitors a taste of Asia’s great natural and cultural diversity with a unique blast of summer evening events and activities from 19:00 to 23:00.(more…)
A new exhibition opened in Déri Museum presenting the art of Transylvania between the two world wars.
The priceless exhibition will be on display until January. The artworks on display come from the private collection of a doctor from Oradea and his son.(more…)
One hundred illustrations inspired by the works of Mihály Csokonai Vitéz and Szilárd Borbély – this is what the Budapest Illustration Festival’s exhibition in Debrecen offers.
One hundred illustrations inspired by the works of Mihály Csokonai Vitéz and Szilárd Borbély – this is what the Budapest Illustration Festival’s exhibition in Debrecen offers. The aim of the exhibition is to promote, through illustrations, a better understanding of the writers and poets associated with the city.(more…)
This year’s best press photos selected and awarded by the photojournalist department of the National Association of Hungarian Journalists are exhibited on Csapó Street.
This year, 269 photographers entered the 41st Hungarian Press Photo Contest with 2,443 entries – including 1,881 individual images and 562 series.(more…)
Food lovers can be happy as September awaits them with two great food festivals in Debrecen. First, the hamburger festival Szaft ‘N Burger is held on 2 September 2023 on the shores of Lake Békás, then the gastro festival season continues with the Debreczeni ZAMAT Festival taking place from 15 to 17 September 2023 at the northern gate of Nagyerdei Stadium.(more…)
The Debrecen German Cultural Forum awaits jazz fans with another free concert on 29 August 2023 at the Nagyerdei Water Tower. This time an award-winning German jazz-pop band, Searching for Home will play live.(more…)
Classical music lovers can choose from a variety of concerts on the last days of August in Debrecen. On 26 August 2023 the Symphonic Orchestra of Hungarian Musicians from beyond the Borders will play in the Aula of the University of Debrecen. The Zoltán Kodály International Music Competition on which young conductors compete ends with an award ceremony and gala concert on 28 August featuring the 100-year-old Kodály Philharmonics.(more…)