This live feed is at the 2011 Sziget festival:
The week-long festival has grown from a relatively low-profile 1993 student event to become one of the definitive European rock festivals by the late 1990s, with about half of all visitors coming from outside Hungary, including the UK and France. It also has a dedicated "party train" service (with resident DJ's) that transports festivalgoers from Western Europe. The second event (1994), labeled Eurowoodstock, was headlined by performers from the original festival 25 years after. In 1997, Sziget attendancy rates surpassed the 250 000 mark, and in 2001, the 350 000 mark. The all-time peak year was 2009 with 390 000 visitors. It is now being increasingly labeled as a European alternative to the Burning Man festival due to its unique features. In 2011, Sziget was ranked one of the 5 best festivals in Europe by The Independent, and one of the 10 best by the European Festival Awards.
In 2002, Sziget branched out to Transylvania when its organizers co-created a new annual festival there titled Félsziget Fesztivál (Romanian: Festivalul Peninsula) that soon became one of the largest of its kind in Romania. In 2007, the organizers created Balaton Sound, an electronic music festival that quickly gained popularity.
Prince, 30 Seconds to Mars, The Prodigy, Kaiser Chiefs, Flogging Molly, Kate Nash, Skunk Anansie, Pulp, Gogol Bordello, La Roux, Dizzee Rascal, Smash Mouth, Rise Against, Interpol, The National, Chemical Brothers, Hadouken! en Good Charlotte.