Suggestions for where to go, what to do on Saturday
10am - 6pm: Creative Arts Fair - Applied Arts Spring Fair at Museum of Applied Arts
Local contemporary jewelry designers, ceramists, and industrial designers present their newest collections and fresh ideas on Saturday and Sunday from 10am to 6pm. Fashion and design aficionados, collectors of creative decorations can find fresh favorites at numerous stands of more than 60 exhibitors. Besides shopping, this event is a great opportunity to meet the designers, and learn about the products from a different point of view. Here, everyone will have the chance to challenge their creativity, while the educators of the museum will provide activities for the little ones.
Before the city is draped in feathers again on April 2 during this year's Pillow Fight Day, the event organizers kick off with a jubilee Capture-The-Flag game in Budapest's City Park. Two teams, two colors and one mission: find and acquire the opponent team’s flag and reach the defined border with the ensign in hand. Participants are free to use bicycle, skateboard, scooter, rollerblade or even hitchhike, the only thing that matters is that you enjoy the game and lead your team to victory! Go reds, go yellows!
11pm - 6am: NVC Presents Max Cooper at Akvárium Club
As an uncompromising and individual musician, Max Cooper has carved out his own artistic space between the worlds of emotional dancefloor experimentation,fine-art sound design, and endlessly varied attempts to examine the scientific world through visuals. He has now had more than 12 million streams of his music, and his festival appearances range from experimental sets at MUTEK and sit-down gigs in Paris, to pounding out techno to 10,000 people at Awakenings and Igloofest. This time, he’ll play a “regular” set, but if you are familiar with his performances, you already know that there's always a twist when he is on stage.
11pm - 6am: Corvin Club & Disqrate Present Phil Weeks at Corvin Club
As a follow-up to the phenomenally successful debut night of newcomer party seriesDisqrate, the frenchman Phil Weeks comes to Corvin to play another amazing set. Weeks is the owner of acclaimed label Robsoul Recordings, so it’s no wonder he's at his best on the field of house music – especially when it comes to mixing oldschool Chicago sounds with elements of the new french movement, ranging from the deepest sounds to the hardest tunes of tech-house. With 20 years under his belt, and classics like “Yeah I Like It”, or “It Put Me Well”, it's easy to understand why Weeks stands out as a producer as well.
based on welovebudapest.com