UNTOLD Festival technologies


Discover festival’s mobile application, areas with Digi’s free internet,and the playlists including millions of songs.

UNTOLD Festival, the most awaited festival of 2015 in Romania, is approaching fastly. Just a week left from the four magical days, 30th of July to 2nd of August, when the most beloved electro-dance -music artists worldwide will share for the first time the same stage: AVICII, Armin van Buuren, David Guetta and DIMITRI VEGAS & LIKE MIKE will provide the public memorable performances. RCS & RDS offers participants during the festival free internet access through Digi – Wifi, and many other surprises offered by Digi Mobil that will make their presence at the festival an unforgettable experience.

The audience is expected to have a busy schedule in the 4 days: an impressive line -up, concerts for the first concert in Romania, lasers and lights shows, many thrilling activities during the day and most importantly, with technology solutions such as RFID system payments, mobile application, mobile recharging points, internet connection for the attendees, million songs playlists and the official festival hastag #untoldfestival. ...
UNTOLD Festival experiences


During 30th of July – 2nd of August, Untold Festival brings to Cluj-Napoca the most beloved artists around the world: AVICII, Armin van Buuren, David Guetta and DIMITRI VEGAS & LIKE MIKE. More than 170 artists will perform in the 4 days of the festival, furthermore concerts will be complemented by impressive lights & laser shows by night and extremely varied activities during the day.
Donate blood and go to UNTOLD Festival

Donate blood and go to UNTOLD Festival

"Pay with blood", between 20th-21st of July blood donors in Cluj-Napoca get festival tickets on the spot

The campaign to encourage blood donation "Pay with blood", held from 14th to 24th of July, organised by UNTOLD Festival in partnership with the National Institute of Blood Transfusion (INTS), managed to pull the alarm regarding Romania’s lack of blood donors. Furthermore the national mobilization of this campaign enjoys numerous international prestigious publications such as The Guardian or BBC News.

The “Pay with Blood” campaign is expected to attract an estimated number of over 500 Romanians who pay their ticket to the festival by donating blood.