The festival called Quarter 6 Quarter 7 Festival has grown to mean celebrating Pesach and Chanukah in Budapest in a Jewish community. The spring and winter events are more and more popular, and their programs are getting richer each year.
Budapest Passover is celebrated by many hundreds or even thousands in Budapest.
There are many concerts, exhibitions, food tastings, children programs. The weather in April in Budapest is usually nice, so let’s hope the outdoor events will be in nice weather this year too.
2013 dates of the festival:
March 25 – April 2, 2013
The focal point of the Passover Festival is in the Jewish Quarter on Klauzal Square (Klauzal Ter), a pleasant walk from the city center of Budapest.
The name of the festival refers to the main location of Jewish Communities, synagogues, bars, shops, etc. in Budapest city, in District VI and VII (i.e. Quarter 6 and 7).
The venues of the twice a year festival are as follows:
- Balint House, Budapest
- Fogashaz, Budapest
- Mika Tivadar Mulato Bar, Budapest
- Israeli Cultural Institute, Budapest
- Massolit Books and Cafe, Budapest
- Mozes House, Budapest
- Sziv 16, Budapest
- Doblo Bar, Budapest