2017. júliusában ünnepelünk: a Campus Fesztivál betölti 10. életévét, melynek apropóján egy különleges, jubileumi rendezvénnyel várunk Titeket a debreceni Nagyerdőn.
A jegyértékesítés már elkezdődött!
EARLY BIRD bérletek december 31-ig:
:: 4 napos bérlet: 11.990 Ft
:: DE hallgatói/dolgozói bérlet: 8.450 Ft
:: Online: http://campus.jegy.hu/program/campus-fesztival-2017-berlet-73984/354092
:: Lovarda | Debrecen, Kassai út 26.
:: Tourinform | Debrecen, Piac u. 20.
:: IBUSZ | Debrecen, Révész tér 2.
:: Campus Pont Jegyiroda | Debrecen, DE Főépület
:: Nagyerdei Víztorony | Debrecen, Pallagi út 7.
:: Wama Tours Utazási Iroda | Debrecen, Blaháné u. 2.
:: Kölcsey Központ | Debrecen, Hunyadi u. 1-3
:: Libri könyvesbolt | Debrecen, Csapó u. 30.
:: Líra Könyváruház | Debrecen, Piac utca 57.
:: OTP Travel Silver | Debrecen, Csapó utca 40.
:: Sport Hotel | Debrecen, Oláh Gábor u. 5.
DE hallgatói/dolgozói bérlet (személyesen, diákbérlet felmutatásával):
:: Lovarda | Debrecen, Kassai út 26.
:: Campus Pont Jegyiroda | Debrecen, DE Főépület
:: Nagyerdei Víztorony | Debrecen, Pallagi út 7.
In the small hours of Sunday, Campus Festival came to its end after hosting altogether 98 thousand party-seekers during four days, a record attendance for the event in Debrecen. In the area around Great Forest Stadium, over more than twenty hectares seven foreign star acts were accompanies by 200 domestic performers to entertain the audience, in addition to a similar number of non-musical programs. Beside the most popular Hungarian favourites, the Grammy Award winner Clean Bandit, the British singer, Jess Glynne, Therapy? from Northern Ireland and Kensington from the Netherlands paid a visit to this year's Campus Festival. Similarly to the previous years, the concert attracting the largest audience was given by Tankcsapda, while performances by Halott Pénz, Brains, Quimby, Majka és Curtis, Wellhello and the Belgian Netsky also proved to be huge successes. This year was the first time when two main stages were erected at the Festival. In addition to the musical programs, the “University Square” was a point of heightened interest where over more than a thousand square meters the University of Debrecen demonstrated its multicoloured faces. There were literary and theatrical programs, fan meetings, interactive lectures, literary reading events, motion pictures and the now unmissable standup comedians from Dumaszínház. This year's Campus featured a number of improvements, too. The organizers doubled the number of bicycle storage facilities and portable toilets, introduced a cash-free payment system, and could add to the visitor areas of the major program locations. In and around Great Forest Stadium, Campus Festival set up unique infrastructure for the comfort of visitors.
Péter Miklósvölgyi, director of Campus Festival confirmed that after last year the programs attracted considerably larger interest again. In the light of the preliminary statistics, the ratio of guests coming from beyond the immediate region of the Festival exceeded 50%, making it clear that Campus grew into a large, nationwide event. The arrangement with the two main stages worked well, similar to most of the developments. He specifically pointed out that during the Festival all went right, and in line with the expectations last year's peak attendance was surpassed with 98 thousand people partying in Debrecen. While still working on the restoration of the area, they are looking ahead to next year's event, and starting to prepare for the 10th anniversary and jubilee edition of Campus Festival.
Dismounting and clean-up works were commenced on Sunday in the morning to re-establish original conditions in the environment of Great Forest Stadium soon.
Yesterday witnessed the official opening of Campus Festival, the performers took the stages in continuous turns at the musical program locations, including acts, such as Kensington from the Netherlands, Ocho Macho, Kowalsky meg a Vega, Animal Cannibals and Paddy, and the Rats. Dr. Imre Csernus opened the University Square created by the University of Debrecen, the world-famous Tomorrowland Festival's resident DJ, the Belgian Yves V attracted full house, similarly to the comedians of András Péter Kovács and Ádám Kiss from Dumaszínház, while heightened interest accompanied the appearance of Budapest Bár at the Power Plant Light-Tower Podium. However, yesterday night was not just about partying and entertainment at Campus. On the Main Stage, the organizers and Quimby remembered Tamás Somló. He was in the focus at Wednesday night in Debrecen.
Today's program at the ninth Campus Festival features – among others – Apey and The Pea, Alvin és a Mókusok,PASO, Halott Pénz, Majka és Curtis, as well as two big guns from Britain: Jess Glynne and Clean Bandit.
Even Day Zero has brought about strong program offering and an unexpectedly large audience for a start at Campus Festival in Debrecen. Yesterday's kick-off featured Péterfy Bori, Ganxsta Zolee, Sub Bass Monster, Belga and Wellhello. In spite of its being the day before the official opening, Wednesday staged concerts at four locations, while today will see life and partying roar all across the festival area. Visitors have seemed to be pleased with this year's novelties, such as the cash-free payment system, the extended bicycle storage facility for a thousand bikes and the program selection for the second main stage. Today, other new elements will follow with the debut of the stage of the University of Debrecen at the University Square, while one can choose from the programs of altogether 25 different sites. For the ninth time this festival in the Great Forest has been organized, this evening's program features – among others – Kowalsky meg a Vega, Quimby, Ocho Macho, Hősök, András Péter Kovács, Ádám Kiss, as well as the Dutch indie-rock act, Kensington and the Belgian DJ producer, Netsky.
Still, this day has sad topicality. On Pepsi Main Stage, the organizers of Campus Festival will commemorate and bid a farewell to Tamás Somló, the reputed musician, who died on Tuesday.
At Saturday night from 6:30 p.m. Muay Thai Debrecen Cup.
The best hungarian fighters in 72 kg, and more prestige matches in other weights also.
Find us next to the Víztorony.
Clean Bandit has returned with a frantic song and clip: "Tears" is the breakup ballad of the future, to which the band has produced their own, brilliant video clip. Moreover, the Hungarian audience can enjoy the foursome's live act, as on 22 July their performance will be staged at Campus Festival in Debrecen. Having received several Grammy Awards for their hit single "Rather Be", the British electropop formation unveiled their video piece made for their most recent song, "Tears" still before their concert in Debrecen. The clip was directed by the band's saxophonist and lyric writer, Jack Petterson to recall primeval elements in the video scenes: fire and water whirl around the playing band members to represent the deepest feelings in the short film. The band has all reasons to be proud of the clip: "We always make our own clips, and so far this has been one of our most extraordinary works. We did not rely on special effects at all, but every movement was directed live in front of the cameras. We used plenty of water and fire in the clip, and even Hedwig, the owl known from the Harry Potter movies was there to help us!” – said Jack.
Clean Bandit released "Tears", their returning song last month, and it has swept all over the world like a hurricane in the past few weeks. The song, which also features Louisa Johnson, 2015 winner of the British X Factor, can boast of more than 20 million streams in just a few weeks, and the press labels it as the breakup song of the future. Clean Bandit's overwhelming live act will be staged at Campus Festival on 22 July.
Following last year's services, DKV will organize night routes for the visitors of Campus Festival in the small hours. This year, festival-goers from the Józsa part of the city can ride home by bus. The users of these buses and trams are expected to be in possession of valid tickets or monthly tickets. Please have a look at the detailed timetable and ticket purchasing options at the site: http://www.dkv.hu/dkv_hirek/57
All commercial units in the area of Campus Festival will operate with cashless forms of payment.
It means that you can use your PayPass bankcard or a "HelloPay" festival card.
At the ticket booths, prepaid "HelloPay" cards will be available for HUF 5000, 10,000 or 20,000, of which HUF 500 is blocked as card deposit. This latter amount of money will be repaid if you return your card at any of the charging points installed at the entrance gates; similarly, you can claim all amounts remaining unspent on your card. On the festival map, you can easily identify the charging points, where you can credit any amount of your choice to your card.
We do our best to see you served in the greatest possible manner! By using the "tip pointer", you can evaluate the work of the service personnel.
In default, the tip pointer is set to 10% service charge (tip), but it is up to your esteem or wallet to neglect this option. If you are very satisfied, you can set the tip level up to 20% on the touchscreen at hand.
Available setting options: 0%, 5%, 10%, 15%, 20%. The given tip will be paid in 100% to our colleague who has served you!
We truly trust that as a result you will experience even better, faster and more attentive services!
The University of Debrecen is the only institution of higher education in Hungary that has an active part at a large domestic music festival. Their participation at the event is aligned with the objectives of the institution.
This year, for the first time the University of Debrecen awaits guests at Campus Festival with its own stage, altogether fifteen stands to demonstrate some entertaining aspects of science, as well as a jumping castle built to imitate the shape of the University's Main Building. The program location called University Square occupies an area growing from year to year: the facilities over nearly 1000 square meters will be set up at the main entrance of the Festival. The organizers want to present various fields of science by spectacular means to enhance visitor experience. This year will see stunning physics experiments again alongside 3D portrait photography, microscopic and ultrasonic festival selfies, and moreover linguists will be busy to collect instances of festival slang expressions onsite.
It is the University Square where the celebrated comedians of Dumaszínház – Péter Janklovics, Ádám Kiss, Péter Aranyosi, Dániel Mogács and András Péter Kovács – will perform, podium talks will be hosted by Dr. Imre Csernus and Tvrtko Vujity, while the live music selection ranges from Pély Barna & B The First and Garami Funky Staff + Heincz Gábor Biga through Váczi Eszter & Quartet and Debreceni Dixieland Jazz Band to Acoustic Gallery.
A specialty offered by the program location will be the tailor-built five-meter-high University jumping castle, a scale model of the Main Building where even adults will be encouraged to burn their remaining energies. Some 200 university colleagues and students have been involved in organizing the University's program location and the professional events.
Az elmúlt évek egyik legmeghatározóbb slágere volt a ’Rather Be’. A single 3x-os platinaminősítést ért el, és a banda a Grammy jelölést díjra váltotta a ’Legjobb Dance Felvétel’ kategóriában. Ezt követte többek között a Real Love és a Stronger, bizonyítva, hogy nem csak egy one-hit-wonderrel állunk szemben. A brit elektro-pop formáció most egy fergeteges dallal tért vissza, amelyben a 2015-ös brit X-faktor nyertese, a csodálatos Louisa Johnson működik közre. A csapat néhány napja mutatta be ’Tears’ című számát a Britain’s Got Talent műsorban. A tagok szerint a felvétel jövő szakítós balladája, némi 90-es évekbeli köntösbe bújtatva. Nekünk nagyon tetszik a retro és az ultramodern ötvözete, Louisa hangjában pedig az éteri erő és mérhetetlen gyengédség egyaránt felállítja a szőrt a hátunkon. Ráadásul a Clean Bandit ezúttal is hű maradt a – már védjegyének számító – klasszikus és modern zenei hangzás fúziójához.
Aki kíváncsi a zenekarra élőben is, július 22-én a debreceni Campus Fesztiválon találkozhat vele.
A dalba itt tudtok belehallgatni: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fm19iLdhoEE
Clean Bandit, Jess Glynne and Kensington – they are all acts that will be surely staged at Campus Festival 2016. The largest summer festival of Eastern Hungary promises to be exciting again, the organizers are aspiring to set up a massive program for this year, the headliners are now being revealed.
It has become certain that the chart-topping Clean Bandit, making their sky-rocketing debut some two years ago, will pay a visit to the Great Forest of Debrecen. This unusual foursome combination is one of the most popular young formations in the United Kingdom, their unique and unmistakable sound reaching out to various genres blends classic tunes with electronics. They have already performed at the largest British festivals, toured in Europe and the USA, and won a Grammy Award for the best dance recording in 2015.
The 26-year-old Jess Glynne’s name may as well be known for Clean Bandit, but she can boast of a number of individual hits, and now she is an obvious reinforcement in the roster of the acts coming to Campus Festival in July. The young British lady has risen to success owing to her amazingly unexampled voice known worldwide for Clean Bandit’s incredible hits: ’Rather Be’ and ’Route 94 My Love’. Her style owes certain traits to Eminem, Etta James and Lauryn Hill, while she has created an unmatched signature sound of hip-hop, soul and pop elements. 2016 will certainly be her year, which she has in fact opened with three nominations at the prestigious Brit Awards.
A most promising new generation band from the Netherlands is Kensington. Campus Festival has always been in the forefront of presenting novelties, and therefore it has been beyond doubt that this formation boasting of sold-out club tours and a number of successful European festival appearances has been a must to bring to Debrecen.
Last year, Campus Festival attracted some 84 thousand visitors to party. The event taking place over more than 20 hectares in the surroundings of the Great Forest Stadium was deservedly called "one of the most comfortable festivals of the country" by the visitors and organizers alike. There are altogether 25 program sites, including forest walking paths, an air-conditioned party arena of a thousand square meters, the 102-year-old Water Tower and sheltered program locations over more than 6000 square meters awaiting party fans.
This year, on 20–24 July, Campus Festival will again be staged with exciting current acts and an abundance of programs.
Online tickets: http://lovarda.jegy.hu/