Budapest Spring Festival — #thisismyplace
Akvárium Spring Terrace 
Photographer: Andrea Felvégi / BTF
Akvárium Spring Terrace
Akvárium Klub — Terasz
3rd April, 2020 7.00 pm

#cancelled

Free programme
3 April | 6 pm
Meteo Electric Circuit Jazz Duo

4 April | 4.30 pm
Soma Nóvé (Middlemist Red)

4 April 4 | 6 pm
Tess Parks

5 April | 11 am
Kaláka

5 April | 6 pm
Lőrinc Barabás Live Act

7 April | 6 pm
Tamás Molnár

8 April | 5.30 pm
Ohnody

8 April | 7 pm
Kama (Mary PopKids)

9 April | 5.30 pm
Platon Karataev Duo

9 April | 7 pm
Willie J Healey

14 April | 5.30 pm
The O'Sullivan Three

14 April | 7 pm
Lázár Tesók (Esti Kornél)

15 April | 5.30 pm
Benedek Szabó

15 April | 7 pm
Jaye Bartell

16 April | 5.30 pm
Mayberian OldShool

16 April | 7 pm
Alasdair MacLean (The Clientele)

17 April | 5.30 pm
Henri Gonzo (Fran Palermo)

17 April | 7 pm
Zabumba

18 April | 5.30 pm
Mark & Jason (MŌRK)

18 April | 7 pm
Járai Márk

19 April | 3 pm
Barkóczi Noémi

19 April | 4.30 pm
Picastro

19 April | 6 pm
Great Lake Swimmers

The Akvárium Klub is an event venue in the centre of Budapest, with a programme whose diversity is second to none. Its terrace has become a meeting point where old favourites are as likely to be seen as astonishingly exciting new discoveries. During the Budapest Spring Festival, a stylistically wide range of Hungarian bands and performers will give free acoustic concerts on the Terrace, which will also host among others Canadian singer-songwriter Tess Parks, Willie J Healey with scratchy garage rock sounds, Jaye Bartell performing his melancholic songs with a single guitar, and Alasdair MacLean, singer of The Clientele.

These concerts of the Budapest Spring Festival is presented by Müpa Budapest as a joint program with Akvárium Klub.

Akvárium Klub
1051 Budapest, Erzsébet tér 12.

Akvárium Spring Terrace

Akvárium Spring Terrace 
Photographer: Andrea Felvégi / BTF
3 April | 6 pm
Meteo Electric Circuit Jazz Duo

4 April | 4.30 pm
Soma Nóvé (Middlemist Red)

4 April 4 | 6 pm
Tess Parks

5 April | 11 am
Kaláka

5 April | 6 pm
Lőrinc Barabás Live Act

7 April | 6 pm
Tamás Molnár

8 April | 5.30 pm
Ohnody

8 April | 7 pm
Kama (Mary PopKids)

9 April | 5.30 pm
Platon Karataev Duo

9 April | 7 pm
Willie J Healey

14 April | 5.30 pm
The O'Sullivan Three

14 April | 7 pm
Lázár Tesók (Esti Kornél)

15 April | 5.30 pm
Benedek Szabó

15 April | 7 pm
Jaye Bartell

16 April | 5.30 pm
Mayberian OldShool

16 April | 7 pm
Alasdair MacLean (The Clientele)

17 April | 5.30 pm
Henri Gonzo (Fran Palermo)

17 April | 7 pm
Zabumba

18 April | 5.30 pm
Mark & Jason (MŌRK)

18 April | 7 pm
Járai Márk

19 April | 3 pm
Barkóczi Noémi

19 April | 4.30 pm
Picastro

19 April | 6 pm
Great Lake Swimmers

The Akvárium Klub is an event venue in the centre of Budapest, with a programme whose diversity is second to none. Its terrace has become a meeting point where old favourites are as likely to be seen as astonishingly exciting new discoveries. During the Budapest Spring Festival, a stylistically wide range of Hungarian bands and performers will give free acoustic concerts on the Terrace, which will also host among others Canadian singer-songwriter Tess Parks, Willie J Healey with scratchy garage rock sounds, Jaye Bartell performing his melancholic songs with a single guitar, and Alasdair MacLean, singer of The Clientele.

These concerts of the Budapest Spring Festival is presented by Müpa Budapest as a joint program with Akvárium Klub.

Akvárium Klub — Terasz
3rd April, 2020 7.00 pm

#cancelled

Free programme
Akvárium Klub
1051 Budapest, Erzsébet tér 12.

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