From Monday, August 28, the tickets for the PulzArt Contemporary Arts Festival can be bought at the local Office for Cultural Events of Sfântu Gheorghe. The four-day festival will contain six paid productions, where ticket prices range from 7 to 30 lei this year, student cards and pension coupons being discounted.

For the shadow play entitled Ugly Duckling, the discounted ticket is 7 lei, as the full ticket is 10 lei. For the Polish production of Janek Turkowski’s Margarete, the theatre play “Ernelláék Farkaséknál”, the discounted ticket is 10 lei and the full ticket is 20 lei. The British Mammal Hands, Lulu James and the local Générique, as well as Japan’s Tokyo Sound Land will be available at a discounted price of 12 lei for students and elderly or 25 lei the full price. The dance performance Hakanaï by Adrien M & Claire B: will cost 15 lei with discount and 30 lei at full price.

The full program of the festival is available at

This year, you can also buy tickets online at The local Office for Cultural Events of Sfântu Gheorghe is open Monday to Thursday from 9-16 o’clock and on Friday from 9-13 o’clock, address: 1 Liberty Square, Sfântu Gheorghe (Saint George), telephone: 0267-312104.

The pulzArt Contemporary Art Festival‘s purpose, lauched in 2013, was that, by the outstanding representatives of contemporary art, to present such art forms, aspirations and styles, which represent a new way of thinking. Over the past four years, the program of the festival was organized around a well-defined theme, but this year it focuses on community participation. Instead of a passive, viewer attitude, it emphasizes the importance of active participation and wishes to strengthen the social impact of cultural events. Its aim is that we try to deal better with community problems. Furthermore, the organizers would like that this year’s festival to become a space, a scene of community creation and community experience, a scene in which city’s inhabitants dare to participate, boldly and openly. The pulzArt festival takes place between August 31 and September 3 in Sfântu Gheorghe.

Organizers: ”Kónya Ádám” Cultural Centre, Sfântu Gheorghe Townhall

Co-organizers: ”Bod Péter”County Library, the ‘Magma’ Contemporary Art Exhibition Space , the ‘Tone Troopers’ Audio-visual Association

Parteners: Covasna County Council, The Háromszék (‘Three Chairs’) Dance Ensemble, The ‘Tamási Áron’ Theatre, The ’M Studio’ Movement Theatre, The ’Cimborák’ Puppet Theatre, The ”Andrei Mureșanu” Theatre, The Transilvanian Art Centre, The Arcade House, The ‘MUKK’ Culture and Youth Association, Kónya et Kónya Ponopol, ‘Köntés’ Gallery,‘Tein’ Teahouse

Sponsored by the National Cultural Fund of Hungary (Nemzeti Kulturális Alap – NKA), The Hungarian Society of Writers (Szépírók Társasága).