INOTA – a new audiovisual festival

VEB2023 implementation Inota Power Plant
VEB2023 implementation Inota Power Plant

On the last weekend of summer, the first INOTA Festival will bring together the Hungarian underground music and visual scene - concerts, light installations, mapping and other contemporary visual artworks over four days.

Dreamedup in a spectacularvenue, thefestival is a jointinitiative of the Veszprém-Balaton 2023 European Capital of Cultureprogramme, 18-year-old NVC event-organisingcollective and Centrum Production.

Between 31st August and 3rd September, INOTA Festivalwillfilltheturbine hall of theformerthermalpowerplant, thehugeboilerroom and theimpressivecultural centre withtheworks and performances of artists and performerswhorevolutionisegenres, pushboundaries, inspirethought and plantnewideas in theparticipantswith a variety of impulses.


Caterina Barbieri, Daniel Avery, Extrawelt, fuse* (installation), Gábor Lázár, iamyank, KMRU, Konstantin Sibold, Lebanon Hanover, Lewis Fautzi, Lucrecia Dalt, Maotik (AV), Max Cooper, Oscar Mulero, Palms Trax, Paramida, Platon Karataev, Rival Consoles, Robert Henke, Space Afrika, Balázs Zságer & Kati Katona 

ABADIR, Adis Is OK, Aurin + CT Kidobó, Márk Bartha + Makró VJ, Blackhaine, DVX NVX, Emcsi + ZSÜJA, Fausto Mercier, Forest Swords, FOR. x Nimova Projeckt, Imre Kiss x Boris Vitázek, Klayman & Jaffa Surfa, Krudy Cocktail Club, LavaLava: Tolo + Falcao, LAU, Luvtoshima, MAI'WA, Mári Mákó, Maron, Maruwa, Mesterházy, Műhely, Nene H b2b Akua, ONAKOM, Prell, Route 8, Slikback x Weirdcore: Void, Subotage, Switch Nollie, Technokunst: Dork + Isu, Vatsanah 

Installations: Ari Dykier, Monochrome Clack, Circus Lumineszenz, Totem of Reflections 


music Dance multi-disciplinary art DIGITAL ART Out of the Ordinary


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