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wherever possible to check if events are going ahead. Given the possible
uncertainty of pandemic restrictions in October or November, always verify
before you head out.
This September, Humen Magazine is
organising its now-traditional autumn cultural LGBTQ festival for the sixth time. A film week and an exhibition dedicated to the history of
LGBTQ in Hungary and Central Europe are scheduled until 24 September, and the
programme also includes contemporary dance and gastronomic events.
Between 15 and 19 September, key
alfresco music venue Budapest Park is celebrating its tenth anniversary with a
mini-festival. Xtra Feszt features
concerts by Tiknekedkányány and Carson Coma, Jamie Winchester, Follow The Flow,
Vad Fruttik and Supernem, culminating in a show by Pöttömkert.
In the grand surroundings of the Corinthia Hotel
Budapest, Winelovers 100 showcases the 100 best wines of last year. On 18
September, more than 100 exhibitors, pop-up performers and exclusive tastings
await wine lovers. The renowned Vylyan, Hilltop and Pannonhalmi labels will all
The annual World
Press Photo is
one of the most prestigious events
of its kind. Thousands enter the competition, then hundreds of thousands
view the travelling exhibition.
In 2021, 4,315 photographers from 130 countries submitted 74,470 photos. In all, 151 images in this exhibition
were selected by an international
jury of 17 reporters and editors in a total of eight categories, including environment,
nature and sport, and bestowed prizes on 45 photojournalists from 28 countries. This year in Budapest, the
World Press Photo runs from 24 September until 31 October, and is accompanied
by the jubilee exhibition of the Sibiu
Workshop, where you can find the works of 15 Hungarian photographers.
On Open Brewery Day, the date moved to 2 October, Hungarian small-batch
producers open their doors to showcase their beers and their activities to the
general public. All kinds of activities, tours, snacks, samplings and shopping offers
await, as well as the chance to see how these brews are made. Visits are free.