POST MALONE, FRANZ FERDINAND, JAMES BLAKE , WANDA, ROOSEVELT & 23 WEITERE ACTS FÜRS SZIGET 2019 BESTÄTIGT

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POST MALONE, FRANZ FERDINAND, JAMES BLAKE , WANDA, ROOSEVELT & 23 WEITERE ACTS FÜRS SZIGET 2019 BESTÄTIGT


Ebenfalls dabei: Razorlight, Vini Vici, Years & Years, W&W, Xavier Rudd uvm. Außerdem gibt es ab sofort die begehrten Citypässe zu kaufen, mit dem man den öffentlichen Nahverkehr nutzen kann und von diversen Vergünstigungen bei Aktivitäten in Budapest (Spa, Museum etc.) bekommt.

Nachdem bereits Ed Sheeran, Foo Fighters, Florence + The Machine, The 1975, Twenty One Pilots, Martin Garrix und viele weitere Acts angekündigt worden, folgt heute die nächste Bandwelle. Insgesamt 28 neue Acts wurden heute für das Sziget Festival im Herzen Budapests bekannt gegeben. Mit dabei ist mit Post Malone nicht nur ein weiterer Headliner, sondern auch die Austro-Popper Wanda, die für ihre ekstatischen Live-Shows bekannt sind und der Kölner Roosevelt, der mit seinem tanzbaren Elektro-Pop weiß wie Sommer, Tanz und Pop funktionieren.

Ebenfalls dürfen sich die Sziget-Fans über den Vorverkaufsstart für den beliebten Citypass freuen. Ein Zusatz-Ticket mit dem man Budapest rund um das Festival noch mehr genießen kann. Mehr Infos zum Citypass gibt es auf der Sziget – Homepage.

Alle neu bestätigten Acts:
POST MALONE | FRANZ FERDINAND | JAMES BALKE | WANDA | ROOSEVELT | RAZORLIGHT | VINI VICI | YEARS & YEARS | W&W | SIGALA | TOVE LO | XAVIER RUDD | WELSHLY ARMS | ELDERBROOK | CARNAGE | MASEGO | JAIN | YEASAYER | SON LUX  | YELLOW DAYS | TOVE STYRKE | IAMDDB | PROTOJE & THE INDIGGNATION | ANNA OF THE NORTH | HUCCI | RICHIE HAWTIN | FAKEAR | VALERAS

Post Malone joins previously announced Ed Sheeran, Florence + The Machine, Foo Fighters, Twenty One Pilots, The 1975 and Martin Garrix as part of the huge line-up of global names on the headline bill. New additions announced today include some of the most exciting established and up-and-coming artists in the world, including the likes of genre-bending Jazz fusionist Masego, teenage indie-soul breakthrough Yellow Days, Arabic and African-influenced French popstar Jain, singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Xavier Rudd and political reggae revivalists Protoje & The Indiggnation.

One, three, five and seven-day tickets and accommodation options for Sziget 2019 are now on sale. For more information, head to szigetfestival.com

23-year old Post Malone is one of the most recognisable and successful artists in rap history. His 2016 album Stoney broke Michael Jackson’s 34-year-old record for most weeks on Billboard’s Top R&B and Hip-Hop Albums with Thriller, and his unique musical style that blends country, grunge, hip-hop and R&B earned him four Grammy nominations in 2019.

Hot off the back of his latest hit album, Grammy-nominated singer, multi-instrumentalist and producer extraordinaire James Blake also joins the lineup. With two albums planned for this year, early-noughties post-punk figureheads Franz Ferdinand are set to grace the Hungarian stage for the first time since 2013, while evocative British synth-pop powerhouse Years & Years promise to get the whole crowd dancing.

Grammy-nominated multi-platinum recording Swedish superstar Tove Lo’s grunge-tinged pop hits are set to be a festival highlight. New additions to Sziget for 2019 include Detroit techno legend Richie Hawtin, indie-rock comeback heroes Razorlight, international dance vocalist Elderbrook, experimental rockers Yeasayer and Son Lux, breakthrough Mancunian rapper-singer IAMDDB, German synth-pop wizard Roosevelt and more.

Over the years Sziget has played host to some of the most prestigious names in music, including the likes of David Bowie, Oasis, The Stone Roses, Iggy Pop, Radiohead, Arctic Monkeys, Sex Pistols, Dua Lipa and Kendrick Lamar.

More than just its headliners, 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’. Attended by Szitizens from over 100 countries each year, the festival 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. 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 € 199, with a ticket price increase set for 7 March.

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