Shows to see in 2017
March 12 - November 25
The biggest shows in 2017
Do you love music? Oh, we do too! If you love any of these, just visit Budapest, book a room at us, and go, enjoy the concert!
Celebrating their 35th anniversary this year, this American heavy-metal band embarks on a world tour to promote their latest record, “For All Kings”, and perform all of the tracks from “Among The Living”, the band’s third album, released in 1987. Anthrax takes the stage in Budapest’s Barba Negra Music Club on March 12th.
Releasing sentimental songs like “Mama Said” and “7 Years”, this Danish pop and soul formation has been gaining widespread success around the world in recent years, and in 2017 the band kicks off a grand tour in Europe to throw live springtime performances across the continent. Lukas Graham performs at the Papp László Budapest Sportaréna on March 19th.
The Dire Straits Experience
Enjoying a massive worldwide following since the band’s formation in 1977, the current lineup of this British rock ensemble – a successful cooperation of Chris White, member of the original Dire Straits band, and lead vocalist and guitar player Terence Reis – visits the Hungarian capital on March 29th to prove that the sultans still swing at the Papp László Budapest Sportaréna.
Decades after launching his successful career with his former band Smokie, the English soft-rock singer performs his greatest hits in Budapest on April 22nd in Budapest’s Tüskecsarnok, taking the audience on a time-transcending journey with evergreen classics like “Stumblin’ In” or “Midnight Lady”. The Magyar symphonic ensemble Danubia Orchestra Óbuda accompanies the singer during his concert in Hungary’s capital.
Kicking off their “Global Spirit Tour” in Stockholm in May, the upcoming concerts of Depeche Mode support the band’s forthcoming studio album “Spirit”, set to be released in spring of 2017, while the tour aims to raise funds and awareness for providing safe drinking water to everyone in the world. In Hungary, the band takes the stage at Budapest’s Groupama Arena on May 22nd.
After launching the European leg of his “24K Magic World Tour” in Belgium during March, Grammy Award-winner and multi-platinum superstar Bruno Marsspreads good vibes in Hungary’s capital on May 30th, performing at the Papp László Budapest Sportaréna. During the show, fans can hear songs from the singer’s latest album “24K Magic”, played alongside some of the greatest hits from the artist’s career.
As part of their “Wild and Wicked Tour”, one of history’s most successful techno groups brings pulsating tunes to Hungary’s capital on May 27th, inviting revelers to a rowdy extravaganza at Budapest Park – the city’s sprawling open-air concert venue – where fans can bounce up and down to all-time favorite songs, including “How Much Is the Fish”.
Multiple Grammy Award-winning German composer and record producer Hans Zimmer created music for over 150 films during his career, and his works are known for integrating electronic music sounds with traditional orchestral arrangements. During his tour, Zimmer will be joined onstage by his 15-piece studio band, an orchestra, and a choir to create a stunning visual and sound extravaganza, performing music from The Lion King, Gladiator, Pirates of the Caribbean, and tunes from many other movies – film fanatics in the Hungarian capital can enjoy the show at the Papp László Budapest Sportaréna on June 1st.
The American punk-rock band tours the world with their latest album “Revolution Radio”, and after hitting the stage across multiple continents, Billie Joe Armstrong, Mike Dirnt, and Tré Cool head to the Magyar metropolis to deliver an extensive extravaganza at the Papp László Budapest Sportaréna on June 18th. What’s more, Californian punk-rock band Rancid warms up the scene before the show.
One of the world’s most controversial stage performers, Marilyn Manson, has already visited Budapest in 2005. Now, the self-proclaimed Antichrist returns to the Hungarian capital to shake the city with songs performed from his upcoming album “SAY10”, set to be released on Valentine’s Day. Manson appears onstage at Budapest Park on July 20th.
After throwing multiple concert shows in Budapest during his career, it seems like that this British singer can’t get enough of Hungary’s capital. Traveling around Europe with “The Heavy Entertainment Show Tour”, Robbie Williams promotes his eleventh studio album. The tour will kick off in the UK in June, and ends in Russia in September, with the Budapest show scheduled on August 23rd at the Groupama Arena, when the British synthpop duo Erasure is the opening act.
With a signature voice ranging from Belcanto to Verismo, classical crossover tenor Andrea Bocelli enchants the audience with soaring opera pieces and catchy pop tunes on November 25th at the Papp László Budapest Sportaréna. The Italian maestro will be accompanied by the Hungarian Symphonic Orchestra and a choir during his performance.
We do hope you found your favorite band in this list, and will see you in this season!