Balaton Sound Completes Lineup

Photo (c) Emil Chalhoub

Hungarian festival Heineken Balaton Sound has today announced a third and final wave of names, including Laidback Luke, Malugi, HoneyLuv, and Mau P, joining the previously announced lineup featuring artists such as Marshmello, Paul Kalkbrenner, James Hype, Reinier Zonneveld (live), and Stephan Bodzin (live).

With these additions, the lineup for Heineken Balaton Sound becomes even more diverse and exciting. Alongside Dutch house icon Laidback Luke, techno DJ Sama Abdulhadi will also be performing at Lake Balaton. The Hungarian festival is renowned for its eclectic lineup, featuring headliners such as Maceo Plex, Paul Kalkbrenner, and James Hype on the main stage, while the B-stage will host performances by Reinier Zonneveld, Amelie Lens, Kölsch, and Adam Beyer.

Heineken Balaton Sound is one of Europe’s largest electronic music festivals, known for its sunny location on Lake Balaton. The festival offers the perfect blend of vacation and festival, with plenty of daytime activities in the natural surroundings. The famous Boat Parties are a highlight, where attendees can party with top DJs and enjoy panoramic views of the lake during the day.

Balaton Sound has a rich history dating back to the early 21st century. The festival first took place in 2007, establishing itself as one of Hungary’s most exciting summer festivals. Located on the shores of the beautiful Lake Balaton, the festival quickly attracted thousands of partygoers from around the world.

Over the years, Balaton Sound has steadily grown in size and reputation, featuring an increasingly impressive lineup of international and local artists. The festival is known for its diverse musical offerings, ranging from house and techno to EDM and more experimental electronic genres. Additionally, the event is renowned for its vibrant atmosphere and stunning location, making it a must-attend experience for electronic music lovers.

Heineken Balaton Sound will take place from July 3rd to 6th, 2024, at Lake Balaton in Zamárdi. The festival site is just 20 minutes from the larger city of Siófok and an hour and a half from the Hungarian capital, Budapest.

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