INOTA Festival Being Held From August 31
The abandoned power plant at Inota.
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INOTA Festival, a highlight event of the Veszprém-Balaton 2023, European Capital of Culture program will be held from August 31st to September 2nd, according to a recent press release.
This interdisciplinary event, will take place in the rugged but breathtaking industrial surroundings of a decommissioned power plant an hour drive away from Budapest, Hungary.
INOTA Festival will feature international and local music acts across a wide variety of genres, projection mapping and light installations by pioneering visual artists from across the globe, theater and dance performance.
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