SZIN will include big names this year

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The first star names of the 2024 summer closing festival have been announced. The  Szegedi Ifjúsági Napok, i.e. Coca-Cola SZIN, will be held on August 28-31 next year. The festival is organized in the area of the Szeged Beach Bath, on the banks of the Tisza. Armin van Buuren and Kamrad will certainly be there.

For years, the fact that the SZIN closed the festival season has been a sure point in the domestic festival calendar, with increasing interest every year. “Last year, all the tickets were sold out before the start of the festival, and we had to increase the guest space to accommodate comfortably”

– Erika Kolonics, the main organizer of the festival, talked about last year’s SZIN and added that world stars are also happy to come to the Coca-Cola SZIN, and it is a great “gathering place” for the top of the Hungarian pop-rock-rap, where they say goodbye to the party season.

Two of the international stars have already become public.

One is Armin van Buuren, who is driven by an unbridled and relentless passion for music. “It’s not just a love for music, it’s my passion. It goes beyond likes and beyond hobbies. It’s about a lifestyle. Music is essential in my life”

– says the “flag bearer” of the trance movement. Indeed, the artist considered one of the most influential figures in EDM is constantly on the move, whether he’s making music in his studio or on the road between the world’s biggest clubs and festivals. The Dutch world star will come to Coca-Cola SZIN next year.

With huge success, Tim Kamrad catapulted to the top of the charts with his song “I Believe”, and the German performer of Polish origin did not stop until he became world famous. Kamrad’s musical style is somewhere between pop, RnB and sometimes rock. The young musician-composer-singer committed himself to music at an early age and previously said:

“Other people my age would buy a car. Me? I produced and released my record.”


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