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A festival that embraces eclecticism
Pohoda Festival is Slovakia's biggest music festival which is currently hosted at Trenčín Airport.
A wide breadth of music genres is embraced, with rock, pop, indie, hip-hop, classical, and jazz artists sprayed out across multiple stages, alongside film screenings, theatre performances, workshops, debates, poetry, and dance competitions to entertain a diverse demographic.
The family-friendly atmosphere is encouraged and there is genuinely something for everyone, so if previous headliners and contemporary icons such as Nick Cave, St. Vincent, PJ Harvey, and Björk aren't for you, then you won't have to dig deep to find an artist that caters to your taste.
No acts have been announced yet, but St.Vincent, alt-J, Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, Solange, Die Antwoord, and Björk have all headlined in previous years.
Trenčín airport is transformed into a huge, open-air festival site, as Pohoda brings an array of stages to its runways and hangars.
Trenčín Airport, Legionárska 160, Trenčín, 911 04, Slovakia
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.
Children up to 12 years of age (and including) have free admission to the festival. At the entrance to the festival grounds, every parent and their children will receive a special wristband.
The whole area of the festival is wheelchair accessible. Separate toilets for the disabled are available at the festival, as well as raised platforms in the main open stages – Urpiner Stage and Orange Stage - which are located under the stages. On other stages, users of wheelchairs are allowed to enter the area between the stage and barriers.