RETURN OF THE RENOWNED SLOVAKIAN FESTIVAL
Pohoda on the Ground was a series of one-day festivals that took place at the airport in Trenčín. The festivals took place between 7 – 11 July. During the five days, Pohoda on the Ground brought dozens of bands and artists to the Trenčín Airport. One of the leitmotifs of the festival was the support of the Slovak club scene. It consisted of people from ten clubs across Slovakia to prepare the majority of the programme.
“When preparing Pohoda, we try to use the same approach as when you invite someone to your home for a visit. You want them to feel good in your place, you want them to have a good programme and place to sit and sleep. You prepare good food and drinks and do everything possible to make them feel good even in the bathroom or the toilet. Then you can listen to good music, dance, watch movies, talk about the joys and challenges of the universe, discuss art — everybody what they want and how they want. We believe that our visitors can feel this approach. We, on the other hand, can certainly say that they are great guests. They create the best atmosphere we’ve experienced at festivals,” concluded Michal Kaščák.
THE MOST VISITED MULTICULTURAL OPEN-AIR EVENT IN SLOVAKIA
Since 2004, Pohoda has been taking place at Trenčín’s airport. Visitors can enjoy the programme on two open-air stages, one open-air arena and multiple tents or arenas.
Having hosted a renowned festival such as the Pohoda on the Ground, Bratislava and Slovakia have cemented their position as a new hub for festivals and concerts. Furthermore, the COVID-free environment proved that events can now take place safely in large numbers. Bratislava’s future of events, conferences and meetings is thus looking brighter than ever.