MCC played a major role in ensuring quality performances and discussions at the Tabakó Festival in Sepsiszentgyörgy/Sfântu Gheorghe from 1-3 September 2022. The former tobacco factory, an iconic monument of the city, which has been disused since 2010, was brought back to life at the event.
The event was divided into three levels, three shifts reminiscent of factory work. The day shift was organized by the MCC and featured professional presentations, athletes, digital innovations and renowned international and Hungarian speakers. The various programs were held in three languages: foreign speakers could be followed in English, while local speakers in Hungarian or Romanian, with the help of simultaneous interpreters available on request during the talks. The second shift was dedicated to concerts: in the afternoon and evening, the tobacco factory was the venue for Hungarian and Transylvanian bands, while the third shift was dedicated to DJs and various music. In addition, there were fairs, art workshops and children's activities.
In addition, there were fairs, art workshops and children's activities. The three-day event featured three music venues, two performance spaces, more than 30 professional performances, 24 concerts, 25 DJs and a host of free activities.
The festival was organized by the MCC, the Municipality of Sepsiszentgyörgy, the Kovászna County Council, the Kónya Ádám House of Culture and VIBE Festival.