KORN concert in Budapest

KORN has changed the music world with the release of their debut album. The album brought a new genre to life, and the band’s enduring success confirmed this moment in cultural history.

Since its formation, KORN has sold 40 million albums worldwide, collected two Grammy awards, toured dozens of times around the world, and set numerous records during their career that they will probably never surpass.

Singer Jonathan Davis, guitarists James “Munky” Shaffer and Brian “Head” Welch, bassist Reginald “Fieldy” Arvizu and drummer Ray Luzier continue to push the boundaries of alternative rock and metal while still influencing their fans and generations of artists worldwide.

The pioneers of nu metal are set to hit Europe in the summer of 2020 with their brand new arena show. Their warm-up band will be one of the most popular new bands in Europe in recent years, Gojira.

KORN will give a concert on June 9, 2020 at the Sport Arena in Budapest.

Pearl Jam concert in Budapest

Pearl Jam will start a thirteen-stop European tour in June 2020. The band’s summer tour begins on June 23 in Frankfurt and ends on July 22 in Amsterdam.

Pearl Jam’s European tour of 2020 will include cities where they haven’t played for many years, such as Budapest, where their last concert was held in 1996.

The band has been a huge success for fans and critics alike. In 2017, they were also inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

Budapest will finally be part of this European tour, with Pearl Jam performing at the Budapest Arena on July 15, 2020. Their warm-up band will be the White Reaper.

Tickets are already on sale.

KISS concert in Budapest


Explosions, riffs and flying superheroes: KISS announced in 2019 all the stops of their last tour, END OF THE ROAD, which will be celebrated with special visual effects, huge production and legendary songs. They will arrive in Budapest on July 16, 2020. After four and a half decades of career, the iconic band is saying goodbye to their audience.

The rock’n’roll monsters offer nothing less than a giant rock show with pyrotechnics, lasers, huge stage and tons of lights. Paul Stanley, Gene Simmons, Eric Singer and Tommy Thayer do their very best for a fantastic and unforgettable atmosphere. They’ll play for more than two hours, among others their most iconic songs like I Was Made For Lovin ‘You, Love Gun, Deuce or Rock And Roll All Nite and dozens of other hits.

KISS promises, “This will be the last feast for those who have already seen us, and the last opportunity for those who have not.”

Tickets are already on sale.

Simply Red Concert in Budapest

Simply Red announced their autumn European tour, along with the release of their new album, the Blue Eyed Soul.

Following the release of their new studio album Blue Eyed Soul on November 8, Simply Red announced their much awaited 33-stop European tour. Worthily to their reputation, the one of the most successful English concert bands will make a gigantic show that includes not only new tracks but also all the big hits of their brilliant career; including Stars, Holding Back The Years, Fairground, and Money’s Too Tight To Mention.

After many years, this brand new tour will finally be on show in Budapest, and on November 23, 2020, Simply Red will be giving a concert in the Budapest Arena!

Tickets will be on sale from September 20, 2020.

James Blunt concert in Budapest


After a long skip, the British singer-songwriter’s latest album was released on October 25, 2019. Following the electronic soundtrack of James Blunt’s previous album, The Afterlove, he returned to the roots and recorded classic pop songs.

With his new album Once Upon A Mind, he returns to the real self: we’ll hear classic James Blunt songs that affect both our emotions and our minds. The whole album is imbued with a sense of warmth and the true personality of the musician.

James Blunt’s first album, Back To Bedlam, was released in the autumn of 2004, following the success of You’re Beautiful. He has sold more than 23 million albums so far and his magic is known not only through his songs and concerts, but also through his twitter account.

During his spring tour, he will also visit Budapest, where he will be seen on stage on April 1, 2020 at the Budapest Sport Arena.

Tickets are already available for the concert.