Pohoda is Slovakia's biggest music festival. A vast array of arts and performance is matched by a super-eclectic lineup, with rock, pop, folk, metal and electronic music all represented across the festival weekend.
Theatre, film screenings, dance competitions, poetry slams, debates and magic shows – all of this goes hand in hand with Pohoda's incredible music lineup, making for one of the continent's most accomplished all-rounder festivals.
Huge performances from the likes of Björk, Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, Lou Reed and Kraftwerk have lit up Trenčín Airport over the years, confirming that Pohoda's reputation allows it to bring the very biggest stars to a comparatively intimate event.
Trenčín airport transforms into an open-air festival site each year, as Pohoda brings its huge operation to runways, hangers and countless tents and stages.
Trenčín Airport itself is closed for the festival, so the best one to fly into is Bratislava Airport.
The festival runs shuttle buses to and from the 'Železničná stanica' train station. The bus stop is placed near gate B (from the Nozdrkovce side) and operates on the following route: Gate B (Nozdrkovce) – Biskupice – Električná – Hasičská – Železničná stanica and back.
At night, the service will also run through Juh (town district), stopping on Saratovská street.