Tankcsapda, the most popular rock band in Hungary, will start touring with this motto: “Le az utcára, ki a térre!”
John Legend’s summer concert in Budapest is canceled. The June 30 performance of the multiple Grammy-winning soul R&B performer, which would have been in the Sports Arena, is delayed due to the Ukrainian-Russian war.
After three years, Tom Odell will give a concert in Budapest again. Ivor Novello Award-winning British songwriter and singer will perform at Barba Negra on September 28th.
John Legend will travel to the Hungarian capital on his European tour next year. The multiple Grammy-winning American soul R&B performer will perform at the László Papp Budapest Sports Arena on June 30th, 2022.
Muse, Killers, Sum41, Bring Me the Horizon and Yungblud will also perform at next year’s Telekom VOLT Festival, which will be held from 21st to 25th June 2022 in Sopron.
The Canadian singer-world star will give a concert on March 11th, 2023 at the László Papp Budapest Sports Arena.
Sting will come to Hungary again next spring. As part of the British star’s worldwide tour My Songs, on March 16th, 2022 he will give a concert at Papp László Budapest Sports Arena, and on the 17th at the Főnix Arena in Debrecen.
Ed Sheeran, Imagine Dragons, Yungblud, Griff and Girl in Red will also perform at this year’s MTV EMA Gala, which will be held on November 14th at the Budapest Sports Arena.
OneRepublic will give a concert in Heroes’ Square on November 13th in connection with the MTV Europe Music Awards (MTV EMA), which will be held the next evening at the Papp László Budapest Sports Arena.
Superstars will also perform, but the organizers have not announced their names yet.