More acts named for VOLT 2017

Music

Ellie Goulding, Imagine Dragons, Martin Garrxix, Jess Glynne, Lost Frequencies, Fritz Kalkbrenner and Sigala have been announced as the latest stars to join headline act Linkin Park at the Telekom VOLT Festival 2017.

“We are incredibly excited to welcome them all at our amazing festival that opens its gates in just a bit more than six months,” the organizers said in a statement sent to the Budapest Business Journal. “More names are to be expected in the coming month. We hope to meet you all there, so we can celebrate the 25th Telekom VOLT Festival together.” 

Discount tickets for the event in the city of Sopron (close to Hungary’s western border with Austria) are available from the festival website until April 9, 2017. As in 2016, festivalgoers will be able to choose from a range of tickets. The five-day pass gives the full festival experience, including the Linkin Park concert. Four-day passes and day tickets are also available. If you are looking for some extra comforts, VIP passes and day tickets are available with a separate VIP entrance and access to the VIP area with a grandstand facing the main stage. 

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