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General Information

Waha festival is an annual event that takes place on a hill in Micfalău, Covasna, Romania. This year marks the 10th anniversary, inviting attendees to celebrate a decade of memorable moments and experiences. The theme for this edition is FUSION, promising unexpected lineups, stage arrangements, and music styles that break boundaries and expand consciousness. The festival encourages a childlike, curious, and free-spirited approach to enjoying the festivities.

The festival is located in Micfalău, Covasna County, Romania, on a picturesque hill.

Waha festival typically spans a week, offering a continuous flow of music, art, and activities. The gates open on Thursday at 10:00 am, and the festival concludes on Tuesday at 19:00, with all participants required to leave the festival grounds by this time.

Accommodation and Camping

Yes, camping is an integral part of the Waha experience. Festival-goers can camp in the forest, appreciating the opportunity to leave no trace when the festival is over. Appropriate camping equipment is recommended, and camping outside designated areas is forbidden.

Yes, the festival provides shower and toilet facilities to ensure the comfort of attendees.

Absolutely! Feel free to bring your own camping gear, but make sure to adhere to any guidelines provided by the festival for safety and environmental considerations.