Judafest Street Festival – Budapest – 2015.


 Hungary’s biggest social event at the historic Jewish Quarter in Budapest – 2015.

Sunday, June, 7.

10 a.m. – 8 p.m.

District, VII., Kazinczy Street

 Free admission

Here we go again … the culinary and cultural life will vibrant downtown. Hungary’s almost all Jewish organizations will be present.

Well, seems like only in one wink the year has passed since the 2014 year’s awesome:


Some folks may not be happy for getting one year older, but anyway who have been awaiting for the date to come by will surely be there to get loose, to get into entertaining themselves in the Kazinczy Street and celebrate the diversity of Jewish culture together once again! There will be three stages, performing more than 30 artists with ongoing concerts and 50 alsort of programs.  No need to worry about food nor drinks … 40 stalls  will  be on the whole lane, drinks to plenty of  food will initiate by the scented delicacies for those passing by.

For being interested in the multitude of Jewish culture at the street festival mark the day which is less than a week ahead and  spend a full-day filled with programs will each will find themselves the one of interest. Courts for all age children will be almost on every corner.

This year’s festival guest of honor will be Poland.

During the day … The Rzeszow Klezmer Band (PL)

Only on Sunday, June, 7., in front of the Kazinczy Street Synagogue an exhibition can be seen of famous  Polish Jews.

The visitors to the Judafest also will get the opportunity to explore, taste the flavorful authentic Jewish and Polish dishes. On the spot there will be a huge collection of craft art items to see or simply falling in love and to purchase.

Just a sample from the programs … Guided walks in the hidden corners of the old Jewish quarter – Mazsike, Instant courses: Polish, Hungarian, Yiddish, Hebrew, Fair and Market, pancake counter, Chill-out Zone, Cinema Tent, Polish village, Civil kibitzer Street, People of Miracles adventure game for kids, Hebrew calligraphy, Jewish restaurants and cakes and cookies from the district’s confectionery.

 Update by Aggie Reiter

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