It takes place on 29th June, 2012 on the Open Air Stage (9 Jozsef Attila Street, Hajduszoboszlo)
The aim of this day is to remember the ancestors of the residents of the area: the Hajdus.
Originally they were people who looked after animals but they were also good with weapons so they played a great part in protecting their lands and people.
During the days of the Meeting historical Hajdu traditions are remembered, kept alive and shown with the help of music.
The event begins on the Main Street of Hajduszoboszlo with a horse parade, then it is followed by the performances of majorette groups, choirs, brass bands, modern and folk dance groups and theater groups.
On the two-day long event apart from Hajduszoboszlo, the town of Hajdunanas and Hajduboszormeny will be represented too.
The programmes start at 7 pm 29th June. The admission is free.