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Photo Essay: a look back at Budapest’s 25th Sziget Festival

Photo : Norbert Hartyányi / We Love Budapest

Crazy costumes, glamorous glitter, guys in neon tutus, a laid-back life-loving crowd, and jaw-dropping performances characterized this year’s Sziget Festival. This special jubilee celebration hosted more than 450,000 people from more than 100 countries, and Sziget’s eight-millionth visitor was given a “forever pass” from the festival’s founding honcho, Károly Gerendai. During these splendid seven days, revelers found many fun ways to make the most out of this week-long electronica extravaganza. Let’s take a look back at how Budapest’s biggest party went down in 2017.

Photo: Norbert Hartyányi / We Love Budapest
Photo: Norbert Hartyányi / We Love Budapest
Photo: Norbert Hartyányi / We Love Budapest
Photo: Norbert Hartyányi / We Love Budapest
Photo: Norbert Hartyányi / We Love Budapest
Photo: Norbert Hartyányi / We Love Budapest
Photo: Norbert Hartyányi / We Love Budapest
Photo: Norbert Hartyányi / We Love Budapest
Photo: Norbert Hartyányi / We Love Budapest
Photo: Norbert Hartyányi / We Love Budapest
Photo: Norbert Hartyányi / We Love Budapest
Photo: Norbert Hartyányi / We Love Budapest
Photo: Norbert Hartyányi / We Love Budapest
Photo: Norbert Hartyányi / We Love Budapest
Photo: Norbert Hartyányi / We Love Budapest
Photo: Norbert Hartyányi / We Love Budapest
Photo: Norbert Hartyányi / We Love Budapest
Photo: Norbert Hartyányi / We Love Budapest
Photo: Norbert Hartyányi / We Love Budapest
Photo: Norbert Hartyányi / We Love Budapest
Photo: Norbert Hartyányi / We Love Budapest
Photo: Norbert Hartyányi / We Love Budapest
Photo: Norbert Hartyányi / We Love Budapest
Photo: Norbert Hartyányi / We Love Budapest
Photo: Norbert Hartyányi / We Love Budapest
Photo: Norbert Hartyányi / We Love Budapest
Photo: Norbert Hartyányi / We Love Budapest
Photo: Norbert Hartyányi / We Love Budapest