Feel the rhythm of the Hungarian capital city – for example by joining some really good concerts. Let me give you some tips where to rock or just enjoy the harmony this fall.
1, Bryan Adams
Summer of 69, (Everything I Do) I Do It For You, Here I Am, Heaven… I am sure that you already know: the Canadian superstar Bryan Adams will come to Budapest this fall. He brings his hit songs and new favorites from his latest album ‘Get Up!’ to Papp László Budapest Sportarena on 9 October.
Tickets and more info: http://www.livenation.hu/show/824946/bryan-adams/Budapest/2016-10-09/en
2, Thomas Anders
If you were a teenager or a child in the eighties, you must remember Modern Talking. Well, the hitmaker duo of Dieter Bohlen and Thomas Anders is not together anymore but the latter comes to Budapest with his ‘Modern Talking with Thomas Anders’ show. The ‘gentleman of Music’ will get on stage with retro hit songs like ‘You’re My Heart You’re My Soul’ and his own music on 17 September in Budapest Park.
3, Jean-Michel Jarre
After six years, the father of electronic music is back with a spectacular show. The ‘Electronica’ world tour will see Jean-Michel Jarre take both of his ‘Electronica’ albums on tour – you can see and hear his show in Papp László Budapest Sportarena on 10 November.
Tickets and more info (in Hungarian): https://www.ticketportal.hu/event.aspx?id=47800
The iconic Hungarian band celebrates its 25th birthday this year and for this occasion, they turn Papp László Budapest Sportarena into a big theatre with music, dance, light painting, photo- and film installations. They would like to take every guest to a fantastic journey and for a ride on a rollercoaster of emotions. You still have time to buy your tickets for the concert show called ‘Micsodaország’ (What a country) because it will be held only on 26 November.
The legendary, original British Cats musical is coming to Hungary as part of their world tour. It is a real classic but it has also some surprises for the audience – for example because composer Andrew Lloyd Webber wrote two new songs for it. Interested in it? Then get your tickets in time for The London Cats show: you can experience the famous musical on 17, 18, 19 November in Syma Hall.