After two years of bad luck, Mád's nocturnal festival, Good Night Mád, at last, saw the kind of weather that it had originally been designed for: a warm, dry summer night that kept a good turnout of festival-goers staying up until the last concert started at 1 am on Sunday. Just like last year, the organiser of the event was local winemakers' association Mádi Kör [Circle of Mád in EN], eight members of which provided the main venues for the event.

Debuted in 2014, Good Night Mád (Jó éjszakát, Mád! in HU) is a night-time wine and music festival that involves the courtyards and buildings of several wineries as well as public places being turned into concert venues for a June Saturday night. A series of choral, classical, jazz and world music concerts start early evening and last into the early hours of Sunday while a dozen cellars and eateries stay open late to offer wine and food to night-time concertgoers.


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