Thirty new names have been announced!
Sziget Festival is the biggest music festival in the region, and as the spring is coming, newer and newer star artists are announced. We already knew that Ed Sheeran, Foo Fighters, Florence + The Machine, and Twenty One Pilots will be here, and that the headliner list includes Richard Ashcroft, Catfish & The Bottlemen, Chvrches, Jungle, Kodaline, IDLES, Superorganism, Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes, Pale Waves, Maribou State, Frank Turner & The Sleeping Souls, Of Mice & Men, Boy Pablo, Parcels, Yungblud, Alma, Tamino, Gang Of Youths and The Blaze.
But the new list will blow your mind, as thirty new names enrich the varied list of performers of this year's Sziget: America's favorite rapper, Post Malone who collaborated with the Red Hot Chili Peppers at this year’s Grammy arrives to Hungary for the first time. The Scottish rock band Franz Ferdinand also comes on stage and James Blake brings his newly released album as well.
The most recent list includes Tove Lo; the R'n'B, house, electropop band Years & Years, the French singer-songwriter, Jain; the Australian singer-author multi-instrumentalist Xavier Rudd; the English indie rock formation Razorlight and Son Lux, a band formed by Ryan Lott "composer genius" and his companions.
Richie Hawtin arrives with his live show CLOSE, and the newly announced names include the American psychedelic / experimental band, Yeasayer; the Austrian Wanda musical society, the Yellow Days, who are replacing last year's concert; the Swedish singer-songwriter, Tove Styrke; the talented performer and author, Masego, and IAMDDB from Manchester who are combining trap music with soul.
One of today's biggest Jamaican star Protoje & The Indiggnation will be also here, just as Welshly Arms, a blues rock band from Cleveland, the British musician / songwriter / producer Elderbrook; the synpop / indie rock performer Roosevelt; Dutch DJ, W&W; the Israeli psytrance dj-duo, Vini Vici; Diamanté Anthony Blackmon a.k.a DJ Carnage; the English dj, Sigala, the trap phenomenon Hucci; Norwegian singer Anna of The North, the French musician songwriter, Fakear and the rock formation Valeras.
What else could we wish for?