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Wednesday 10/08/201615h55 Marky Ramone's Blitzkrieg
17h40 Skunk Anansie
18h55 Pinwheel Party
Thursday 11/08/201612:55 Marky Ramone's Blitzkrieg (Rebroadcast)
14:05 Skunk Anansie (Rebroadcast)
15h55 Punnany Massif
17h40 Jake Bugg
18h55 Party with Clapping Sticks
19h25 Parov Stelar
Friday 12/08/201609h55 Rebroadcast Day 2
15h55 Bohemian Betyars
18h55 Flag Party
Saturday 13/08/201613h00 Rebroadcast Day 3
16h40 Norma Jean Martine
18h45 Color Party
Sunday 14/08/201611h55 Rebroadcast Day 4
- 12:00 Bohemian Betyars (Rebroadcast)
- 13:20 Kovacs (Rebroadcast)
- 14:25 Molotov (Rebroadcast)
15:55 Halott Pénz
18h55 Cheer Pom Pom Party
21h25 David Guetta (3 Songs)
23h40 Bloc Party
Monday 15/08/201612h55 Rebroadcast Day 5
- 13:00 Molotov (Rebroadcast)
- 14:20 Boy (Rebroadcast)
17h40 Kaiser Chiefs
18h55 Confetti Party
Tuesday 16/08/201612h55 Rebroadcast Day 6
- 13:00 Boy (Rebroadcast)
- 14:10 Troyboi (Rebroadcast)
15h55 Parkway Drive
20h10 Jess Glynne
21h25 End Show With Hardwell
21h55 Bullet For My Valentine
Sziget Festival 2016 will be held from 10th to 17th of August 2016 in Budapest, Hungary.
The Sziget Festival (Sziget, is Hungarian for "Island") is one of the largest music and cultural festivals in Europe. It is held every August in northern Budapest, Hungary, on Óbudai-sziget ("Old Buda Island"), a leafy 108-hectare (266-acre) island in the Danube. More than 1,000 performances take place each year.
The week-long festival has grown from a relatively low-profile student event in 1993 to become one of the largest European rock festivals, with about half of all visitors coming from outside Hungary, particularly the Netherlands and the UK. It also has a dedicated "party train" service (with resident DJ's) that transports festivalgoers from Western Europe. The second event (1994), labeled Eurowoodstock, was headlined by performers from the original Woodstock festival. By 1997 total attendance surpassed the 250,000 mark, reaching an all-time peak year in 2009 with 390,000 visitors (the full 70,000 capacity being reached on one day).
It is now being increasingly labeled as a European alternative to the Burning Man festival due to its unique features ("an electronically amplified, warped amusement park that has nothing to do with reality").
In 2011, Sziget was ranked one of the 5 best festivals in Europe by The Independent, and one of the 10 best by the European Festival Awards.
The 2011 festival won the European Festivals Award in the category Best Major European Festival in early 2012.