Lake Balaton's newest addition
Dropping back onto Lake Balaton by Zamárdi for another three days of Hungary's newest, award-winning electronic festival, B.my.Lake rolls out well over 150 DJs of the finest techno, EDM and house and sets them against a blistering backdrop.
Winning 2013's Best New European Festival award proved to be the perfect springboard for B.my.Lake, as it went on to be even bigger in 2014, curating an international lineup across 6 stages and making the most of the shores on their doorstep.
From the creative minds behind Balaton Sound, the festival will transform the popular resort town into a mecca of good vibes and equally delicious sounds.
Lake Balaton is the largest lake in central Europe. Its near-50 miles of freshwater is perfect for swimming, aided even further by local temperatures of around 30º C in August.
Lake Balaton, Zamardi, Hungary
BY PLANE: The nearest international airport to Zamárdi is Budapest. You can easily get to Zamárdi from Budapest via either from the Southern Railway Station (Déli Pu.) on the Buda side or from the Eastern Railway Station (Keleti Pu.) from the Pest side.
BY TRAIN: You can reach Zamardi by train but many services will run via Budapest.
Parking is free and secured in the official parking areas.
Unfortunately, there are no ATMs on site.
Since cash won’t be accepted at any pub, restaurant or merchant you will be able to buy all products offered inside the B.my.Lake festival area with your Festivalcard. You can receive your card when entering the festival for a deposit of 500 Ft (1,6 €). If you return your card undamaged you will get your deposit back. The minimum balance of a new card is 1000 Ft (3,5€).
Gates open at 12.00 on 19th August. Camping facilities are available from the same time. The festival ends on the morning of 23st August. The site should be vacated by 2pm.
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