Just one week and everybody gets what they worth: rock legends, parties until dawn, adrenalin-bomb programs, motorbike miracles, Lake Balaton and a lot of new program. Moreover, in this year doesn’t matter what kind of bike do you arrive, you might leave with a brand new Harley!
At the Open Road Fest we maximize the freedom-experience, furthermore you can win a brand new Harley-Davidson Street Rod! If you haven’t downloaded the ’OpenRoadFest’ app yet, do it now: http://win.openroadfest.hu/.
The first day starts with rock and roll, and after hell breaks loose: Ten Years After, Alphaville Road, Ganxsta Zolee és a Kartel, Tankcsapda, Kowalsky meg a Vega, Edda Művek and many others.
The special atmosphere of the festival comes by the pulse of the day and night. Beside the stunt shows and the Harley On Tour in this year a lot of new, exciting programs are here. Morning yoga, afternoon gym, full recharge before the nigh parties? The Everness Dóm is waiting for you.
And we got some wild thing! A four wheeled monster, a Big Foot Monster Truck and the scary Harley-Davidson Stunt Show are waiting for the bravest festival goers. And first time in the Open Road Fest history the circus comes alive by unique, fiery productions. Beside the extra and new programs, the Zoli Veres aerobatic pilot show and Erdős Csabi stunt show won’t be missing from the Open Road Fest.
Everybody welcomes for the Saturday’s big motor biker parade. At the Line Up a thousand of engine will start at the same time and made a beautiful anthem. Before the parade the riding experience maximized by the guided tours. And it will worth to seek the STIHL stand where István Gáborecz, wood sculptor, will make a life-size Fat Boy from wood.
Traditionally, there will be a common ride to the Open Road Fest by the Budapest Chapter, meeting on 7 June at 8:00 on the Harley-Davidson Budapest base.
If you feel the rock music’s vibe in your chest, hear the engines sound, see the happy, smiling faces, you are arriving at the 18. Harley-Davidson Open Road Fest.
7-11 June, Alsóörs, ’Feel the Freedom’!