The OZORA Festival is considered the best trance festival in Europe. Discover this unique event in Hungary!

The first Ozora festival took place in 2004 and quickly became the reference for lovers of trance and psychedelic music in Europe.
Located 130 km from the Hungarian capital Budapest, this event attracts more than 30,000 people each year.

More than a musical festival, every year Ozora hosts a unique musical program on 6 stages and organizes many activities and cultural workshops in the great natural environment. The festival has earned its stripes as the biggest tribal festival in Hungary, a true European paradise dedicated to psychedelia and trance!

Discover the Ozora Festival with this video:

The next OZORA festival will take place
from 26 July to 6 August 2024!

The Ozora Festival line-up is also available on this Festival link.

Discover now this video of the 2023 OZORA FESTIVAL:

All festival videos are available on the YouTube channel on this link.


Autumn ticket sale: 190 EUR
Winter ticket sale: 230 EUR
Spring ticket sale: 250 EUR
Summer ticket sale: 270 EUR
At the gate: 290 EUR

There are no daily or weekends tickets. Complementary info on this official link.

Free camping, car parking, use of all facilities, and participation in all the programs of the festival.

Tickets for the festival can be purchased on many websites:
Hadra Tickets, Access All Areas, Festicket, and on the official festival site on this link.

Admission is free for children under 14 years. Under 18, they must be accompanied by an adult holding a festival ticket.


The festival takes place near the municipality of Dádpuszta in Hungary located about 130 km from Budapest.

Bus from Budapest Airport:

During the festival period, the organizers will ensure regular transfer from the Budapest Airport to Ozora by bus and return. This bus, the ‘Ozora Shuttle’, cost 30 euros in 2019. Information and booking of this shuttle are on this official link.

By train from Budapest:

You can ago to the festival by train (less than 2 hours) from the Hungarian capital. You take the train from the Budapest-Déli ‘Délipályaudvar train’ station (map) or the Keleti (in Pest – map -) and Kelenföldi (plan) stations in the southwest of Budapest. Your destination is  Simontornya where a festival bus will transport you to the festival.

You can check timetables and departure stations for your train on this link: Hungarian rail transport (in English). Check the duration of the chosen trip (it can vary between 1h40 and 7hours!).


Further information is on the official website of the O.Z.O.R.A festival on this link.

Going to Budapest? Do not hesitate to consult the calendar of events in Budapest (festivals, exhibitions, concerts, etc.) on this link and our recommended itineraries in Budapest for 2 days, 3 days and 4 days!