Spirit of Burgas

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SPIRIT of Burgas
15th – 17th August 2008
BUrgas, Bulgaria
www.spiritofburgas.com

Sun, sea, sand and great music – SPIRIT of Burgas has it all!

Taking place on the citys central beach, Spirit of Burgas is a unique 3 day festival offering the chance to see 150 artists accross 6 stages.  The festival will run from 18:00 to 06:00 each day and will be 3 day extravaganza not to be missed.

Kicking of the festival on Friday will be The Sisters of Mercy, Pendulum DJ Set & MC Jakes Baron & UK Apache, Hot Club De Paris and many, many more.There are only 2 days left to buy presale tickets – Don’t miss out! Come and enjoy the newest exciting beach festival of the summer!

Come and party Bulgarian style and experience the SPIRIT of Burgas!

Tickets:

Presales:
Promotional 1000 tickets at 88 BGN
3 day festival ticket at 99 BGN
1 day ticket at 39 BGN

Sales at the door:
3 day festival passes 129 BGN
1 day pass – 45 BGN
Late passes – 25 BGN – selling’s starts at 1AM

1 BGN (leva bulgareasca = 1,8 ron = 0,5 euro)

Tickets are available from Ticketstream and Eventim nationally, and direct from the SPIRIT of Burgas website via eTickets.to internationally.


How to get there:

By Plane – The city of Burgas is 15 mins by car from Burgas airport. Wizz Air flies direct from London Luton and Monarch Airlines fly direct from Manchester. There are also many charter flights during the summer season. Airlines include British Airways, Austrian Airways, Malev, Bulgarian Air, XL Airways, First Choice, Thomas Cook, Burgas Airport also operates regular flights to Sofia every day, with up to 7 flights daily in both directions during the summer season

By Train – The railway station of Burgas has connections to all parts of the country and the express train to Sofia takes less than 6 1/2 hours. There are also trains from Prague, Bratislava, and Bucharest.


By Bus –
The city’s central bus station is located next to the railway station and buses to the country’s largest cities, including Sofia start from there. There are also bus services from from Greece, Italy, Germany and France and a lot of private carriers that offer transport to towns and resorts to the north and south of Burgas along the coast. There are also regular city transport – buses, trolley-buses and route taxis.

By Car – It is also easy to drive from close neighbouring countries;
Bucharest-Burgas 4,00h
Istanbul-Burgas 4,00h
Skopjie-Burgas 7,30h
Belgrade-Burgas 9,00h
Athens-Burgas 12,00h

Where to stay:
The city has many hotels and private lodgings, and as well as two big camping sites in its vicinity. While some hotels offer top-quality service at high prices, cheaper accommodation can be found in small private hotels in the suburbs. One can also use the services of real estate agencies and rent a flat or room in the city at moderate prices.

Useful Links:
www.spiritofburgas.com – Official web site of the festival
www.burgas.bg – Official web site of the city of Burgas
www.mtv.com – Official web site of MTV
www.pharoahe-monch.com – Official web site of Phaqraohe Monch
www.the-sisters-of-mercy.com – Official web site of The Sisters of Mercy
www.pendulum.com – Official web site of Pendulum
www.asiandubfoundation.com – Official web site of Asian Dub Foundation
www.bonobomusic.com – Official web site of Bonobo
www.groovearmada.com – Official web site of Groove Armada
www.hmsu.org – Official web site of H.M.S.U.
www.metropolis-bg.com – Official web site of Metropolis

3 thoughts on “Spirit of Burgas”

  1. De ce ti-ar pune o bratara la mana ca dupa aceea sa-ti spuna ca nu ai voie sa iesi afara si sa te intorci? De ce sa-ti mai puna bratara atunci?

    Nu am observat obiceiul bulgaresc de a da din cap “invers” decat face restul lumii pentru Da si Nu, dar asta ^^^ e mult mai interesant!

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