Advent Feast at St. Stephen Bazilika – Budapest – 2015

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District, V., Szent István Square – Budapest

November, 29. 2015. – January, 2. 2016.

The Advent candle lighting at the St. Stephen Basilica took place at 3.30 p.m. The square holds floodlight, gorgeous lighting to bring the real spirit of Xmas.

Every half-an-hour will resound the Nutcracker fairy tale music with stunning pictures on the monumental facade of the St. Stephan Basilica. This animation is filled with exciting light bulbs brought by the Hungarian visual creative group, the Kiégő every day.
During the Advent Festival a series of Xmas-themed music will be broadcasted.

As a gift to Hungary a production by ExperiDance showed the world premiere productions of Angels Choir.

The event’s supporting partners beside others was the representative of Toyota Central Europe and József Kocsis – Xerox Hungary greeted the huge number of audience on this wetty and chilly evening.

György Snell –  bishop of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Esztergom-Budapest, opened the Advent period and lit the first candle of the Advent wreath.

Locals, tourist who visit the venue along with family, friends will certainly enjoy the atmosphere and enjoy its fascinating activities, booth sales of the season each-and-every-evening.  In the middle of the square for the children is set a free ice rink with a huge Xmas tree in the middle. The organisers thought of the little ones as well and provided a free child care and play area.

The organizers also prepared to bring to the venue a series of cultural spectacular programs for the time being until  January, 2. 2016.

Insight into the stunner light show:



Update, snaps, video by Aggie Reiter

One response to this post.

  1. Posted by Chris on 30/11/2015 at 02:35

    What a magnificent display for the festive season for all to enjoy in peace and harmony, Thanks for the opportunity to see such beauty the like of which I have never witnessed first hand.

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