A party to the sound of music to celebrate 120 years of Harley Davidson. The appointment is the one scheduled in Budapest, from 22 to 25 June, with the European Harley-Davidson 120th Anniversary Festival, a real festival that will bring together motorcycling enthusiasts and enthusiasts of the American brand to celebrate its history and motorcycles made in the last 120 years.
The festival, which will take place in the Puskás Aréna Park in the city centre, features four days of international music, with 50 bands performing live on five stages. Numerous internationally acclaimed artists will perform on the main stage of the event, including the popular Australian rock group Wolfmother on Saturday 24 June and, on Sunday 25 June, Deep Purple legend Glenn Hughes, who will play the group’s best-loved hits. The second day of the festival, Friday, June 23, will celebrate female vocalists and will be led by the Larkin Poe, with Nashville-based leaders Rebecca and Megan Lovell. During the event, many Hungarian artists will also perform.
Alongside these musical performances will be a wide range of other entertainment and activities, including a wide range of riding experiences, motorcycle displays and both indoor and outdoor exhibits featuring HD motorcycles from the past, present and future. There will also be areas dedicated to entertainment with the Adrenaline and Family Parks areas, as well as numerous activities within the museum’s campus park; More than 200 exhibitors will also be present, including official Harley Davidson dealers, as well as food & beverage stands that will offer a vast choice of international flavours. One of the highlights of the festival will be the Harley Davidson Parade, which will see thousands of motorcycles ride through the heart of the city past historic monuments.
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