One of the themes of the 2017 Budapest Spring Festival is the Austro–Hungarian Compromise, which was made 150 years ago, as well as the period that followed, that of the dual monarchy. The Budapest Spring Festival and its professional collaborator, Sonia Produkciós Kft., announce a related fashion competition, whose terms can be accessed by clicking on this link.
4900 Ft (in advance until 31 March or while stocks last)
5900 Ft (in advance until 4 April 12 am or while stocks last)
6900 Ft (on the day of the concert at the venue)
VIP tickets: 8000 Ft (in advance until 4 April 12 am or while stocks last) / 9000 Ft (on the day of the concert at the venue)
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As part of the Budapest Spring Festival, one of the most loveable singer-songwriters of the current day and age, José González, will be presenting his latest album at the Akvárium. The Argentinean-Swedish González received acclaim and recognition the world over with the song entitled Heartbeat and has since been considered one of the most talented artists of the 21st century who only needs an acoustic guitar and his etheric voice to beguile crowds in the blink of the eye.
The new material entitled Vestiges & Claws comes after a seven-year hiatus and is distinguished in the way it marks a departure from his previous minimalist style and ventures into a more eccentric form of folk-rock. He'll be showcasing the new songs along with his greatest hits on 4 April in the Main HALL.