Next stop, Budapest!
Just like last year, the Hungarian Madonna fans have chosen a creative and entertaining way to wish happy birthday to their idol, by making a special video for her.
“We’ve worked on this very hard, and we all hope you’ll enjoy it!” – says M-Tribe Community member and contributor hr.
Our friend also made a little but very useful guide for those cominge to the Budapest show from abroad:
• The Location:
“Kincsem Park” is a racecourse, which has a long history, as horse racing has been always a very popular sport in Hungary. It was totally renovated in the last few years. This 84-hectare park isnt far at all from the heart of the city, and this is the first time when it will be used as a music-event venue.
There will be three standing section, bronze, silver and golden, and a seated area which will be arranged into three categories, including VIP.
There will be two entries to the show, A1 and A2, everyone will be let in at those gates, and the different categories will be selected only after that. Each category will have their own seperated way to their section, so it will be quiet easy to get in.
• How to get there:
Budapests public transport pretty good, but its a bit messy this summer, as their are constructions going on all around the city. We have many buses, trolley-buses, trams, but we have only 3 metro lines (4 is being built right now).
There are several ways to get to Kincsem Park, but the easiest is going by Metro 2 (the red line), into the direction of Örs Vezér Tere and get off at Pillangó utca. The Park is only a 10 minutes walk from there. Of course on the day of the show, signs will help in directing the audience locally.
• After the show:
The show is supposed to end before the night lines begin, the whole Albertirsai road will be closed down from the traffic and the last metro leaves at 23:21. Also there is another way to get to the city center. Very close to the Park there is a train station, where you can get on a train which will take you to the Western Train Station (Nyugati Pályaudvar). From there you can get to anywhere very easily.
There will be two major party after the show. One of them at Candy, which is the closer one, at Roosevelt tér 7-8 (one ticket is about 13 EUR). The other party will be held at Placc, which is pretty far from the concert, at the National Theatre (one ticket is about 4 EUR).
For any further questions visit the topic of the Budapest show on the Madonnatribe Forum.
See you all on August 22nd, and have a great time!
For more information: madonna-music.hu.
Thanks to hr.