While we were in Europe this year for some weddings, we decided to spend a few days in Budapest, a place I had not been back to for nearly 20 years. Being half Hungarian it was very important for me to go back, and to show it to Andy. While planning our little trip, I stumbled onto the 7 day Sziget Festival – a music and art festival with an insane lineup of bands. So the day after we landed in Hungary, we took our day passes to experience one of Europe’s biggest and most impressive festivals. It was just a short train ride out of Budapest to the Sziget island that hosts the festival. We went primarily to watch Sum 41, Bloc Party, and an epic Dutch hardcore band called John Coffey we had recently discovered. With over half a million people attending this festival we knew it was going to be a pretty intense experience. We have been to quite a few music festivals in our time, but Sziget was hands down the most well organised and awe-inspiring one we have ever experienced. With our full day there, we didn’t even manage to cover 2/3rds of the festival ground. These pictures don’t even do it a fraction of the justice it deserves, but suffice to say, we are already trying to figure out how to go to it again, and this time brave camping with half a million other people!