Sziget Festival returning in 2022
“We’re already involved in talks with performers and chances are good that some big stars will make the festival’s long-awaited return even more memorable,” the event’s chief organiser, Tamas Kadar, said on Tuesday.
After the cancellation of the 2020 Sziget Festival, the organisers decided this May to cancel the 2021 event too because of the uncertainties linked to star performers’ travel, accommodation and catering services and immunity certificates. They said the cancellation allowed them to focus better on preparing next year’s event.
Kadar said at the time that the two cancelled festivals made the lives of the organisers, the companies and workers linked to the events, as well as many in the industry, including musicians, catering services and technical support, very difficult.
This year’s two other large annual music festivals, Telekom VOLT in Sopron and Balaton Sound in Zamardi, were cancelled in March.