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‘The best show we ever played’ – Sziget stars share the love on Instagram

Here’s a selection of celebrity Instagram postings from Sziget 2019. Roll on 2020!

Ed Sheeran

Everyone’s favourite ginger singer filled Sziget to the brim. At the end of his concert, he donned a Hungarian football shirt to pose for this photo with his fans.

 

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Sziget ! 📸 @zakarywalters #dividetour

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Foo Fighters

What a beautiful night!’ Indeed it was, especially as the rock legends gave an amazing extra long concert that lasted for two and a half hours.

 

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THANK YOU @szigetofficial !! WHAT A BEAUTIFUL NIGHT!!!

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Kodaline

We didn’t cry, you did!

 

 

Martin Garrix

The Dutch DJ called his Sziget gig one of the craziest shows of his life.

 

 

Tom Odell

No, you were amazing!

 

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As always @szigetofficial you were amazing ❤️

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Florence and the Machine

After giving one of the best concerts of the festival, lead singer Florence Welch also took to Instagram to share a photo of her amazing iconic ginger hair.

 

 

The 1975

For the British boys, this was the best show they have ever done.

 

 

Macklemore

Although not in your grandad’s coat this time, Macklemore returned to Sziget – and he never disappoints.

 

 

Tyla Yaweh and Post Malone

Rappers BFFing backstage.

 

 

Matt Berninger

During their concert, The National frontman Matt Berninger tried to climb on everything possible. Here, he’s climbing a tree backstage.

 

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Thanks Budapest! 📸 @ajfaber

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Years & Years

The British synth-pop band had the most amazing time in Hungary.

 

 

Jain

The French singer took the stage before Ed Sheeran.

 

Richard Ashcroft

This was the first Sziget concert for former Verve frontman Richard Ashcroft, who apparently will be back.

 

Parcels

The Aussies promised to bring their ’70s/’80s disco and funk back to Budapest.

 

 

 

Laura Lee

The American soul and gospel singer took the stage in a dress by renowned Hungarian designer Nanushka.

 

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Spotted⁣ 🐆@nanushka ⁣ 📸@robotdouble

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