Free City Centre Cultural Festival For All The Family
Come and experience the magic of Transylvania, discover the cultural treasures of the Carparthian Basin, Central & Eastern Europe
The UK’s only Transylvanian festival of Arts and Culture, Góbéfest returns to Albert Square, Manchester City Centre between 22nd – 24th of June 2018, bringing even more cultural offerings from around the Carpathian Basin, Eastern and Central Europe.
You have heard all the mysterious myths and legends, now come and experience the magic of Transylvania, right in the centre of Manchester. Góbéfest promises to be a unique celebration, offering a dazzling extravaganza of music, dance, cuisine and cultural activities , captivating the whole family with the authentic & diverse sounds, tastes and flavours of Transylvania and beyond.
Expect to hear an energising blend of European sounds from Authentic Székely Folk Music and Hungarian Operetta to Carpathian Celtic Punk Rock, Funky Euro Pop Rock, Sublime Classical Folk Rock and Balkano Gypsy Jazz
HIGHLIGHTS FROM 2017
What’s On – Highlights from the Line -Up
The Harghita National Szekler Folk Ensemble was born in the most Eastern region of Transylvania, in Miercurea Ciuc. Our company, the Harghita Ensemble has been functioning as a professional institution since 1990 continuing the work of the amateur ensemble founded in...read more
Ever since her childhood Music has played a significant part in Annamari’s life. As a young girl she toured the caption Basin as the soloist of the Szekler Mikó College Band In 1996 she had her pop music debut as a Transylvanian Hungarian Artist. She wrote 137 songs,...read more
Tamás Szarka is a Virtuoso Hungarian violinist, singer, composer. The most prominent representative of today´s Hungarian musical life. During his 35 year-long career he gave more that 4000 concerts in 25 cities over the world from Canada through Europe to Japan. In...read more
PRS for Music licences the use of copyright music across the UK, giving businesses and organisations the legal permission they need to play the music they want. These licences ensure that music publishers, songwriters and composers are fairly rewarded with royalties so they can keep making music – and mean that we’re able to support music at events like this. For more information about PRS for Music or music licensing, visit www.prsformusic.com or call 0800 068 4828
22 -24 June 2018 Albert Square, Manchester