Budapest Friday Guide 20th of May
10am - 11pm: International Beer Festival at Millenáris Park
Hungary’s biggest and most prestigious beer festival will be organized in Budapest this weekend, presenting local craft beers, as well as the products of international small-scale breweries. More than 300 types of beer, street food, and an international beer competition make this festival a true funstival.
8pm - 10.30pm: Alexander Hacke & Danielle de Picciotto – “Perserverentia” album-release gig at A38
The bass guitarist and music director of the Einstürzende Neubauten, Alexander Hacke has been performing lately with his wife, the Berlin-based visual and film artist and designer Danielle de Picciotto. Their latest album, titled “Perseverantia”, is being released this month, which they will present on their new tour that brings them back to the A38 Ship. One of the greatest masters of contemporary music in Budapest!
8pm - : Nausae, Pepi Rössler, Piss Crystals, Seeking A Fox at Zeg Zug
Close to the French screamo/emotive hardcore of Amanda Woodward lies Germany’s Nausae, but with a special touch of unbiased spirit. Each scream is genuine from the heart, every chord is stirring, and each written line fits utterly perfectly. Before them, Hungarian post-punk/emocore bands will make you sadder and sadder.
11pm - 5am: Black Trap #5 Presents Apashe at Gödör Klub
Apashe is a music producer originally from Brussels who moved to Montreal to study electroa-coustics at Concordia University. After two years of studies, he was hired by Sonart to work as a full-time sound designer. Apashe has been making music since 2005. He is exploring all kinds of sounds influenced by hip-hop, neurofunk, andelectro.
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