The SAGA festival kicks off on Friday in a grand concept, with thousands of square meters of LEDs, lights and special effects


Friday, June 3, the second edition of SAGA starts! The Festival brings an electrifying concept based on imagination, transformation and energy to the National Arena and its surrounding park. On June 3, 4 and 5, festival-goers will be transported to a world of creativity and innovation. Source, the main stage, is a real spectacle, 40 meters high and 150 meters wide. For the first time in Romania, Source will offer 1500 square meters of LEDs with 4.8mm pixel pitch and 4k resolution, static and smart lights. The central element of the stage will be the icosahedron, symbol of SAGA, which will be loaded with special effects, lights, lasers and fireworks.

SAGA is about freedom, it’s the place where people get energized, live their dreams with friends and create a special connection with their favorite artists. This year the whole concept is taken to a new level, there will be more stages, bigger stages, more activation spaces and facilities for festival goers to enjoy over the 3 days.

A taste of what the festival will be like this year, here.

More than 90 trucks of material arrived 2 weeks ago from the Netherlands, Germany, Belgium, Poland and Hungary, and every day nearly 5,000 people work to organize a unique event in Romania that festival-goers from 85 countries are eagerly waiting. More than 1000 tons of scaffolding and grids, 200 km of cables and more than 800 loudspeakers are just some of the elements that make up the second edition of SAGA.

Source, Heat, Spark, Switch, Drift, Bumper Cars and all other special and secret stages are waiting to be released with festival goers shortly.

The last tickets for the first festival of the summer, SAGA, are still available here.

Afrojack, Black Coffee, Deadmau5, DJ Snake, Elderbrook, Fedde Le Grand, Fisher, Marshmello, Meduza, Ofenbach, Purple Disco Machine, R3HAB, Salvatore Ganacci, Sickickick, Tiesto, Timmy Trumet and many other international and local artists will come to Bucharest the first weekend of June.


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