The Coronavirus pandemic is now responsible for the cancellation of Sziget, among a lot of other major festivals. Artists will be some of the most affected people in this situation. However, here are a few suggestions if you want to help them. Artists' main revenue source in 2020 is touring. Therefore, with the pandemic in full swing and tours and festivals cancelled, that revenue takes a major hit and some of them will seriously struggle to make ends meet for the foreseeable future. Provided you have some income you can spare, there are ways you can help them. Here are
Sziget 2020 is officially cancelled, due to the ban on events in Hungary being extended due to the Coronavirus pandemic, the organisers have announced. What we were discussing yesterday has, unfortunately, happened. The Sziget organizers have announced, via a Facebook post (see image below), that unfortunately, this year's festival will not be going ahead. The Hungarian government has had to impose a ban on all large-scale events due to the Coronavirus pandemic. This ban has been extended until the 15th of August, 2020. The Sziget organizers have asked for everyone's patience while ticketing details are being worked out and details are to be
The Coronavirus pandemic is in full swing at the moment all over the world. It's keeping people in their homes, making life more difficult for everyone. So far, there is no news of this affecting Sziget Festival. The only related information from the organisers has come a month and a half ago, saying that everything is on, for the time being. There has been no update regarding this since and, presumably, they are waiting to see how things pan out, just like the rest of the world does. Hopefully, things go in the right direction and, despite this "little" Coronavirus issue
Sziget Festival has received appreciation for its environmental efforts at Greener Festival Awards. The ceremony taking place in Groningen, the Netherlands, has appreciated the green activities that Sziget organizers have undertaken.Among these, according to Budapest Business Journal, quoting a press release from the Sziget organizers, were "efficient water use, low carbon emissions, waste reduction, energy efficiency, and serving the needs of performers in a more sustainable way". It's good to see that, apart from offering great fun for those attending, Sziget puts an emphasis on something as essential as protecting the planet.