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Changes in the line-up for Charles Lloyd's concert for 12 January

We regret to inform you that, due to illness, cimbalist Miklós Lukács  will be unable to participate in the world-famous saxophonist Charles Lloyd's Wild Man Dance concert on 12 January. In addition, Kendrick Scott will be replaced on drums by Greg Hutchinson, one of the outstanding talents of his generation.

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Temporary Closure of the Müpa Budapest Ice Rink

We would like to inform you that the present weather, which has brought higher temperatures than usual, is currently preventing us from admitting visitors to the Müpa Budapest Ice Rink. 

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Wearing of masks in the Müpa Budapest building.

We wish to inform you that, in line with feedback from our audience and with the sense of safety of our visitors, performers and colleagues in mind, it is compulsory to wear a mask covering the nose and mouth in all areas of the Müpa Budapest building.

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Holiday opening hours

We would like to inform our visitors that during the holidays the Müpa Budapest building, the ticket offices and the shops in the building will be expecting visitors with changed opening hours.

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Müpa Budapest's new short Christmas film The Gift has arrived.

This touching story of a cohesive community, a music-loving elderly woman, a mysterious neighbour, and a warm-hearted little girl is about the unforgettable moments they have lived through together and how art can make our lives more beautiful and complete.

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Give the gift of unforgettable memories! More international stars and surprises in Müpa Budapest's offering of programmes for the end of the year and 2022!

During the festive period and in the second half of the 2021/22 season, we are looking forward to welcoming our guests with exceptional performers, the most renowned representatives of both popular and classical genres.

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Winter experiences resume at Müpa Budapest on 30 November!

The festive venues of Müpa Budapest – the Müpa Tent and the Ice Rink – will return with surprises and novelties.

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Tickets are going on sale for Budapest's 2022 programmes!

We are pleased to inform you that we are about to open up ticket sales for Müpa Budapest's 2022 performances and concerts! 

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Rebekka Bakken, Catrin Finch and Seckou Keita, along with the Gurdjieff Ensemble, Gergő Borlai, Stefano Bollani and Mörk – we have some new names coming up at Müpa Budapest in November and December!

Magical Northern European jazz, contemporary circus, an amazing world music duo, a versatile Italian piano virtuoso in the mould of György Cziffra, treats of Armenian folk music and an encounter with Bartók, afrobeat intertwined with traditional Gypsy music, and of course, the traditional anticipation of the miracle of Christmas with music and dance – Müpa Budapest will have plenty of remarkable programmes prepared for the audience in both November and December. 

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Müpa Budapest will be closed on August 20, 23 and 24

We wish to inform our dear guests that the Müpa Budapest building will not be open to visitors on 20 August 2021, or on 23-24 August. During this time, the box offices will also be closed and telephone and online customer services will not be available.

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