In what is one of Hungary’s biggest summer cultural events, last year attracted 116,000 visitors during its four days program. Over the years, Debrecen’s Campus Festival has fondly become known as the “most comfortable summer festival” in Hungary.
This year, for the first time, two world stars have been announced for next summer’s Campus: ZAZ and Robin Schulz, as well as 30+ national artists have been announced.
András Süli, Festival Programme Director, said that they are offering a first taste of the national scene now, but they will 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.
Starting on 19th July 2023, the event will take place over four evenings in the unrivaled setting of the Great Forest, the best-equipped and shadiest festival venue in the country.
Robin Schulz (20th July)
The DJ and record producer released his first single in 2014; his music is an eclectic mix of house, electro, and pop and is perhaps one of Germany’s biggest musical exports of the last decade. He is most famous for his remix “Waves (feat. Mr. Probz)” and subsequent global uber-hit “Prayer in C (feat. Lilly Wood & The Prick)”. He has since gone on to achieve 250 Gold and Platinum awards, with many reaching the top of the music charts.
ZAZ (22nd July)
The French artist known as ZAZ (Isabelle Geffroy) is best known internationally for her single “Je veux”, from her debut album, released in 2010. She is classically trained in violin, piano, guitar, and choral singing. The artist previously declared that her musical influences include ‘Four Seasons by Vivaldi, and the jazz singer Ella Fitzgerald, among many others.
For more information and to book tickets: www.campusfesztival.hu