Telekom Volt Fest announces full international lineup

Music

Organizers of the Telekom Volt Festival, running between June 26-29, announced that its international lineup of performers is now complete, with the likes of Black Eyed Peas and Papa Roach set to perform in Sopron this year, according to a press release sent to the Budapest Business Journal.

An aerial shot of the festival.

Legendary mainstream hip-hop band the Black Eyed Peas will take over the festivalʼs stage to promote their new album along with performing their most well-known hits.

Volt’s opening day will be a real rock fest with acts from bands such as Cypress Hill, Papa Roach, and Amaranthe along with the already announced Slipknot.

On Thursday, Ugly Kid Joe will take the stage for the first time, playing a combination of hard rock, funk, rap and thrash music. 

A day later, electro-pop favorite Jan Blomqvist, will be appear with his band. Further international performers include Kruder & Dorfmeister, Kollektiv Turmstrass, Bladerunnaz, DJ Friction, The Prototypes, Habstrakt, Next Level, Nouvelle Vague and DelaDap.

More information is available on volt.hu/en, the official Volt Festival website.

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