Ever since the very first event back in 2007, the Campus Festival has gone from strength to strength, now internationally recognized as one of the best festivals in Europe, highlighted by the EFFE Europe of Festivals, Festivals for Europe (EFFE) Award in 2017. Subsequently, in 2018, the event attracted more than 100,000 visitors.
With the backdrop of the DVSC Great Forest Stadium and the infrastructure it supplies including a tramline leading directly to the venue from the city center, the city can easily accommodate many more visitors.
With an International Airport within 20 minutes drive with direct flights to London and Dresden, and many other destinations and adding more routes each year, the Campus Festival gets bigger and better every year, attracting ever more high profile acts and consequently a larger audience.
From the English Language world, this year Alan Walker (Friday 18th ), Limp Bizkit (Saturday 19th), have taken the top spots on the biggest, - National Instruments Stage. However, with 10 stages to fill over 4 days, just these two headlining acts do not do the event justice.
The event has a broad range of music genre, an eclectic, diverse East meets West mix of music, representing the interests of 30,000 students from the University of Debrecen, located in the heart of Central Europe, with around 4000 international students from all over the world.
In the Pepsi Music Hall, Deep house will send chills down your spine, artists like Nora En Pure and others from this genre of music transverse and transcend all languages. After all, music is a universal language. Whatever your particular preference of music, the Campus Festival has it all, a stage to meet every preference and with the event taking place over a huge area, surrounding the stadium, there is plenty of places to chill and get away from it all.
Follow this link for the Campus Festival 2019 progra: https://issuu.com/campusfesztival/docs/campus_festival_2019___beta_program?e=37999290/69745926