The Harvard Krokodiloes visited us again as a part of their world tour ’22 (30-31. 07. 22.)August 12. 2022 (Friday) 14:50

In May 2022, Harvard University's famous acapella choir The Harvard Krokodiloes got into a long and extremely exciting world tour. The Kroks, as they are nicknamed, perform concerts in 24 cities worldwide and what's even more amazing is that their world tour is almost 120 days long. 

The Kroks tour in Hungary was extremely exciting in this year, thanks for the special concert venues in the most beautiful spots of Budapest. The first venue of the concert tour was the main staircase of the St. Stephen's Basilica. Thereafter the choir went step by step along the route of Budapest's main spectacles. They visited the Heroes Square, then they performed an Open-Air concert on the outdoor stage of the newly built House of Music concert hall in the City Grove. Perhaps the most exciting concert was on top of the Museum of Ethnopraphy which is a world-class architectural masterpiece designed by the Hungarian Napur Architect company. They also visited the Parliament, after which there was a splendid closing ceremony on the panoramic terrace of the recently opened Aranybástya restaurant in Buda Castle, which was attended by many ambassadors and diplomatic representatives.


14:00 Pop up Concert in front of the Parliament

17:00 Pop up Concert – National Opera House

19:00 Harvard Krokodiloes and Aleksander Simic concert in Aranybástya restaurant


12:00: Concert on the steps – St. Stephen’s Basilica

13:00 Pop up Concert – Heroes Square

16:00 Open Air Concert – House of Music

17:30 Rooftop Concert Recording – Museum of Ethography

The concert held on Kossuth Square was also posted on the Parliament's official website:

Hungary's most read online news portal also reported on the program series, who also interviewed the members of the choir:

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