Sziget and Balaton's multi-genre sister
VOLT Festival is the sister event to Hungary's Sziget and Balaton Sound festivals, and has become one of the most popular and diverse festivals in Europe.
In 2015, over 100,000 festival-goers descended on VOLT's lush green fields and wide open spaces, partying for four days and nights to the likes of David Guetta, Fatboy Slim, Motörhead and Bastille.
With over two decades of experience, VOLT has become a haven for those looking to discover new music alongside our favourite artists, while the festival is also a chance to enjoy a range of locally produced cuisine and soak up the equally stunning location.
Sopron is a small town in North-Western Hungary with a population of around 62,000, and was once a province of the Roman Empire
Kőszegi út 35, Sopron, 9400, Hungary
Liszt Ferenc Airport is the major hub in Hungary, but even Vienna airport is close to the town of Sopron.
From Liszt Ferenc, the best option is a 200E bus into the centre of Budapest, then a train from Budapest-Kelenföld station direct to Sopron. Trains depart every three hours and have a journey time of just over 2 hours. The whole trip will cost a little less than €20.
Children are welcome at VOLT, with those aged 11 or under entering for free. Children aged 14 and under must be accompanied by an adult at all times.
Yes, there will be ATMs on the festival site, as well as in the town of Sopron.
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