Kolorádó, Hungary’s boutique arts and music festival, is returning to the woods on the outskirts of Budapest this summer.
The festival, a low-key getaway often compared with Sziget — Hungary’s (and Europe’s) biggest — bills itself as a weekend for music lovers who also want to commune with nature. For its fourth edition, it will present an experimental line-up that runs the gamut from shoegaze and folk to techno and electronica in the forest near the Buda hills.
The eclectic line-up includes international acts like Kurt Vile & The Violators, Femi Kuti & The Positive Force, and Ben UFO, alongside a selection of local Hungarian talent including indie band The Moog.
Aside from the music, attendees can also enjoy a programme of talks, workshops, and installations organised in collaboration with Budapest’s Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design.