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New Sziget 2014 ffficial announcement: Madness, Triggerfinger, The Bloody Beetroots & more

The official announcement has been made and the list starts with Madness (a well-known name to Sziget fans and always a fun show) and The Bloody Beetroots.

Triggerfinger are also very familiar faces, and the announcement also contains Leningrad and Black Sun Empire, which you knew about a bit earlier.

The full list of this new official announcement is as follows:

  • Madness
  • The Bloody Beetroots
  • Kelis
  • Leningrad
  • Band of Skulls
  • Triggerfinger
  • Deniz Koyu
  • Thomas Gold
  • Quentin Mosimann
  • Black Sun Empire

Extensive comments about it have already been made, but if you haven’t already, tell everybody what you think below!

35 thoughts on “New Sziget 2014 ffficial announcement: Madness, Triggerfinger, The Bloody Beetroots & more

  1. As I asked before:

    Deadmau5 and BB won’t clash will they? I guess BB will play around midnight?

  2. @Jonh doe will be announced more act for -1 day?! [No headliners…only more artists :(]

  3. @SzigetNews where did you take the pic of this news we can see in the main page? 🙂

  4. Lovin’ the line-up so far, but Kelis in the A38-tent, that still leaves a spot for a headliner on the 15th?

  5. I reckon Manic Street Preachers will be the Friday headliners, big 90s britpop bands have headlined the past couple of years

  6. Manics have always played the spot before the headliner. I really don’t think they’ll headline.

  7. @SzigetNews yes, I know, I was there. I was asking for the link of the pic but I found it. It’s the Tankcsapda concert @ Sziget 2012 before Korn 🙂

  8. Hi,

    Great site this, thanks for keeping us up to date with the news.

    I was just wondering as this will be my first trip to both Sziget and Budapest, how much spending money should I budget for?

    I’ve read that Budapest is inexpensive, but my experience of festivals is that the prices of food and drinks inside is often double or treble what you’d pay in town.

    Any estimates at all?



  9. @ilbert

    Is it better to take Euros than Forints? I’m travelling from the UK and will be staying on afterwards for a few days to explore the city.

  10. @SteveQ A slice of pizza is 2€. A pint is 2,10€. Cheapest beer of the european festivals. I heard at Reading you play 5£ for a beer… It depends, how much alcohol you want to drink? 20/25€ a day is enough for me!

  11. @Marcu

    Those look good prices to me! Yes, last time I was at a festival it was £5 for a beer or cider. Other things like wine or spirits even more.

    I don’t drink a lot, just some. At an event like this maybe 5/6 beers per day at most.

    Is it best to pay in Euros or Forints?

  12. @ilbert

    Thanks mate, that’s great. Used a similar system before. Superb! Thanks!

  13. The cash doesn’t even have to be forints, you can put cash euros on it aswell, but best to just use a credit or debit card for it.

  14. Does anyone know if there’s any chance for Gary Clark Jr. to come this year? Can you guys tell me which artists have the most chances to come?

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