Water Tower Garden Summer End to Autumn Close.
August 30, 2019 @ 8:00 am – September 28, 2019 @ 5:00 pm
In Debrecen, the end of the Summer is marked by the end of Summer Parties at the Water Tower on both the 30th and 31st of August, summer giving way to Autumn bringing a more eclectic mix of events in September, with one exception, a night of heavy alternative rock on the 13th September with VHK, Ørdøg, Trillion, and Ghost Toast.
The award-winning artist András Lovasi is back with Fireworks at Noon / Concert in Debrecen on September 6th with new solo material Back in 2010, he received the Kossuth Prize, which is often referred to as the most prestigious cultural award in Hungary. He is well known for Kiscsillag’s Néniket a bácsiknak back in 2012 when the group was recognised by the Hungarian Music Awards, which was when András was the lead singer.
He has been writing ever since his first solo album 18 years ago (Bandi on the Mountain 2001) and is now pursuing a solo career once again 2019 with the release of his new album.
What remains are the highly personal songs, written and arranged chronologically from and about the past from his youth to the current time. The songs are simple with minimal music while being accompanied by piano or acoustic guitar.
On the 21st September, a truly international experience comes to town with the arrival of the Indie Rock band “Carnival Youth” from Latvia. This Latvian band’s music has an impressive range, some songs sounding somewhat like the Beatles, they are singing in the English language. Check out their website for a taste of their music. With an entrance fee of only 1500 HUF this event is a bargain.
The 27th September brings a Charity Beatles tribute concert with the Beatles-est – an event celebrating the anniversary of the “Abbey Road 50” album which was released on 27th Sept 1969.
In what is the last music event to be held in the Water Tower garden in 2019, Vad Fruttik takes to the stage on the 28th September. Vad Fruttik is a Hungarian alternative rock band is famous locally, with three great albums under their belts, their music might well appeal to you. Music transcends language after all.
The event was published in collaboration with Visit Debrecen.