You can't describe, just feel it Acamps Summer Festival

8-12 August Lake Balaton (Révfülöp) Hungary

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Have you ever thought about spending your summer by the beach? Or maybe with friends at a live concert? Or perhaps camping by the sea under the stars? Or does traveling to another country to meet new people, experience new cultures, and make new friends sound interesting? Well, at Shalom Catholic Community Acamps you don’t have to settle for just one because it’s possible to live all of those amazing experiences at the same time! Come join us!

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It's all about

Camping

The Acamps Summer Festival is a youth festival that will take place in Révfülöp close to Budapest (Hungary) by Lake Balaton, the largest lake in Central Europe.

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What can you expect?

A festival

The festival takes place at Lake Balaton which offers everyone the classic summer camp vibe with such opportunities as: sports, the beach, camping, music, people, culture, parties, awakening and renewing faith and a whole lot more!

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What can you expect?

Music

You will be inspired with live music by bands from all around the world. Insightful preaching from Shalom Community founders Moysés Azevedo and Emmir O. Nogueira will encourage you by their heartfelt personal witness to how God’s love has changed their lives!

What can you expect?

A whole new life

The event is open to all young people, believers and nonbelievers, from 18 to 29 years of age. It is a great opportunity for all the young people who feel a great desire for novelty, something different and want to have an experience that will change their lives.

How to take part

Until June 3rdAfter June 3rd
A18-123 meals per dayYour own tent€ 100€ 120
A28-123 meals per dayHotel€ 130€ 150
B1Weekend3 meals per dayYour own tent€ 70€ 70
B2Weekend3 meals per dayHotel€ 90€ 90

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You can't describe, just feel it.