Zamat Gastro Festival 2019

The Zamat Festival, is the gastronomic must-attend event of Debrecen, to be held during September this year. The festival features great food offers from Debrecen’s best-known restaurants, street food delicacies, and pálinka from the country’s finest suppliers.

Following last year’s success, the team competition entitled “VÁGOD?” will also be organized again. The aim of the competition is to celebrate the famous Debrecen double sausage and will be prepared in many different ways. Each participating team should prepare their own version of the sausage. There is on important criteria: teams cannot use mince, only cut the meat is allowed. Extra ingredients are allowed to be used but the original recipe of Debrecen double sausage should be kept.

In addition to the gastronomic delights, there will be numerous programs and concerts as well.

The Zamat Festival will take place at the Great Forest between 20 September 2019 and 22 September 2019.

Nagyerdei Stadium – North Event Venue – HALL

September 20: Hooligans @HALL

Sept 21: Hobo and Bill @HALL TICKETS ARE AVAILABLE NOW!

**IMPORTANT! To enter the Zamat Festival, a change of festival ticket is required (after 5pm) and a separate ticket is required for concerts in the Hall!

** Only combined tickets can be purchased in advance and online:.:

Festival and Concert Tickets (Day 1): 3000 Ft

Festival & Concert Ticket (Day 2): 4,000 Ft

In Person tickets can be purchased at the following locations in the city.

Lovarda – Debrecen, Kassai út 26. (Opening Hours 08.00-18.00)

Nagyerdei Water Tower – Debrecen, Pallagi út 7. (Opening Hours: 10.00-18.00 )

Kölcsey Center – Debrecen, Hunyadi u. 1-3

Tickets on site: only for the festival on Fridays and Saturdays:

Festival and concert tickets (Friday): 1000 HUF

Festival and concert tickets (Saturday): 3500 HUF

The event is Friday and Saturday until 5 pm: 4500 HUF

Sunday is FREE all day!

Admission for children up to 10 years old is free, when accompanied by an adult throughout the event!

Photo credit: Zamat Festival Facebook page