Ozora Festival 2010.
|Genre||Electronic music, psychedelic trance|
History and growth
The festival has been held on an estate in Ozora near the small village of Dádpuszta every year since 2004. The first modern music festival held in Ozora was called Solipse and took place during the Solar eclipse of August 11, 1999. Solipse did not get a sequel until the first Ozora Festival was held in 2004.
The Ozora Festival is one of the two sizeable psytrance festivals in Hungary (the other being Solar United Natives festival), and is one of the largest psychedelic trance festivals in the world. As of 2016, it annually attracts close to 60,000 people, similar to Boom Festival in Portugal and Antaris Project in Germany who also reach more than 40,000 visitors every year.
Ozora is considered one of the "leading festivals" around the world, "one of the largest gatherings of trance and psychedelic music in the world", and according to Trax Magazine "the principal hub of psytrance culture in Europe". La Dernière Heure likened Ozora to an "ecological Tomorrowland with the Peace & Love atmosphere of a 21st-century Woodstock".
Carbon Based Lifeforms performing in 2013
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- "O.Z.O.R.A. Festival".
- Jimmy Bricks (6 December 2017). "From bush doof to clowncore: your favourite underground music scenes". The Guardian. Retrieved 24 August 2018.
- Thémis Belkhadra (22 March 2017). "Comment le gigantesque festival psytrance Ozora veut conquérir la France". Trax Magazine (in French). Retrieved 24 August 2018.
- "Ozora também desembarcará no Brasil em 2016". Wonderland in Rave (in Portuguese). 8 December 2015. Retrieved 25 August 2018.
- "Get psychedelic this weekend in Bengaluru". The Times of India. 14 June 2018. Retrieved 25 August 2018.
- Pierre Vangrootloon (13 August 2013). "Ozora, l'autre Tomorrowland". La Libre Belgique (in French). Retrieved 25 August 2018.
- Pierre Vangrootloon (16 August 2013). "Ozora, l'autre Tomorrowland". La Dernière Heure (in French). Retrieved 25 August 2018.
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