Cincis Summer Fest 2019
Cincis Summer Fest 2019 is taking place between 9th and 11th of August near the lake Cincis, in Hunedoara county.
It is for the seventh consecutive year when you can enjoy yourselves on the shore of Lake Cinciş with new musical productions of bass music ranging from reggae and dub to dubstep, grime and drum and bass.
Over time, dozens of artists have delighted the audience here. For the seventh edition, the festival aims to impress with the sound quality music selection. Cincis Summer Fest is also a good landmark for young beginners in underground music, the festival has constantly promoted artists at the beginning of their journey. More than anything, Cincis Summer Fest is an event that unites free spirits and brings a simple message of communion and love in the middle of nature.
This year the festival is hosting artist such as Ishan Sound, VonD, High Kulture, VRU DUBZ, Sagaman, SE, ZONA VERDE, Alienmade, Digital Selekta & Balinteu, Motanu', Pietonu, ZO ( Subfeleac ), Sundaze, XHALE, Dubik, ✪ Pseuᵈᵘᵇ.
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